Despite the slow start to 2014, the Timbers still have a chance to win all four major competitions they’re a part of this season. With CONCACAF Champions League that fourth competition (apart from MLS Cup, US Open Cup, and the … Continue reading
So where are we at? Five games, 3 draws and 2 losses. I’m not quite ready to toss the towel in yet and repeat 2012. We have definitely had some problems. Our inability to defend set pieces is troubling considering that was a problem last year going into it and nobody bothered to address it this year. Continue reading
Progress isn’t always a pretty process. And Saturday afternoon, the Timbers showed significant signs of progress before crashing to a disappointing 4-4 draw against the Seattle Sounders. Signs of hope weren’t the first thought that crossed the Timbers faithful’s mind. … Continue reading
Saturday is a big day, and, as with any derby match, emotions will be running high. We cannot directly control what happens on the pitch, but we can control what happens in the terraces. One of the biggest areas of … Continue reading
The Timbers make their only 2014 regular-season appearance in Seattle on Sunday, July 13th, the same day as the final match of the World Cup. This should make for an epic event in the annals of Timbers’ away-day lore. Although match tickets … Continue reading
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The Timbers offense is a mess. Sure, there is plenty of on-ball talent in the Timbers attack, but no amount of quality can compensate for an offense’s failure to function off the ball. Until Saturday, the only thing keeping the … Continue reading
This week’s recap follows the Timbers and other moves around the league as well as the world. Your weekly update of readable info with an angle is here. Continue reading
It just seems like yesterday we announced successfully funding the largest project the 107 Independent Supporters Trust and Timbers Army had undertaken to date: Bless Field. It was a remarkable moment in our organization and one that would not have … Continue reading
The last thing the Timbers needed on top of their tepid form was bad luck. While the Timbers were less than overwhelming on Saturday, bad luck is exactly what they got from the linesman’s flag, the referee’s whistle, and even … Continue reading
These are some highlights from MLS for the week. Enjoy. Continue reading
The wait for the Timbers to find their offensive mojo continues for another week. In a game of two distinct halves, the Timbers sleepwalked out of the gates in the first half to fall behind then rediscovered some of their … Continue reading
I’m going to try to do this at least once a week during the season. It’s going to be full of stuff you should probably pay attention to as a fan of the mighty Portland Timbers. Continue reading
Hey Timbers Army supporters! The official soccer library of the TA, Booked!, is collecting footballing books and other media (mags, vids, dvds,…) at the fanladen before the match this Sunday (3/16) and before the 4/3 match vs the fishing village to the north. … Continue reading
Sometimes preseason performance is indicative of early regular season performance. Just as the Timbers dominated the ball, controlled much of the game, and came away disappointed against San Jose and Vancouver, Portland failed to earn a result despite an on-paper … Continue reading
This time of year, the forests of the Pacific Northwest are shrouded in mist, and a dense layer of grey covers the skies of Portland. But here at The Morrison Report, the clouds obscuring our vision into the 2014 Timbers … Continue reading
The 107 Independent Supporters Trust is pleased to announce a donation of $50,000 to Operation Pitch Invasion on behalf of the Timbers Army towards the completion of Bless Field. Bless Field will be a youth-sized all-season soccer pitch for the children who live in Portland’s New Columbia Housing Project. A check presentation from Tyler Segel of Factory North, a Timbers Army member and organizer of Art Takeover, will occur on March 16th before kickoff between the Portland Timbers and Chicago Fire. Continue reading
For the second time in a week, the Portland Timbers first team had control at the Rose City Invitational but failed to come away with the result. After jumping into the lead with an early goal, the Timbers couldn’t make … Continue reading