And the offseason begins . . .
The Timbers need a win in the last match of the season to avoid relegation . . . okay, not really, but they would certainly like a win tonight to ease the pain of a remarkably bad season, and to end it on a two game winning streak.
A rare bright spot for the Timbers this season has been their play against the Cascadia rivals, Seattle and Vancouver – two wins and one draw. A win today secures the Timbers’ first Cascadia Cup since 2010, and first ever against all three rivals in MLS.
Holy crap what a weekend – the only thing this weekend lacks is fireworks!
The only bright spot for the Timbers this season is that they sit atop the Cascadia Cup standings – tied with Seattle . . . a good result against Vancouver today will put them back in the driver’s seat . . .