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Episode 121: Not dead yet

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On this week's show we discuss the first-leg loss to Portland, discuss what needs to happen in order for the Sounders to claw their way back, and speak to Michael Orr for a Timbers fan's perspective on Saturday's game and the second leg at Jeld-Wen.

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The Sounders played pretty well against the Portland Timbers, but an inability to finish their chances and a few all too familiar lapses in defense have them facing a 2-1 deficit heading into the second leg on the road. We talk about what happened on Saturday and what needs to happen on Thursday, and we speak to Michael Orr of Soccer Made In Portland for some perspective on things from the other side.

As usual, we also answer your questions and play a fun round of the Golazo Question of the Week.

Just a quick programming note: Zach wasn't able to join us this week, so Aaron stepped in on the editing duties. He'd like to apologize in advance for not have Mr. Woosley's chops in that department.

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This week's music: Perry Como - "Seattle", The King Khan & BBQ Show - "I'll Be Lovin' You", A-Frames - "Surveillance Camera", Woody Guthrie - "Roll on Columbia".

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