Tag Archives: Soccer

Q&A with Timbers Beat Blogger Kip Kesgard

Kip Kesgard has been covering the Portland Timbers since 2009 as a community blogger for OregonLive.com, but has been a supporter since watching his first game in 2001. 1. When did you first discover your love for soccer? Who is … Continue reading

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Football: Why’s this so good? Wright Thompson on Lionel Messi

Michael Jordan’s 50th birthday was right around the corner and like every MJ fan in the world I was feeling nostalgic looking at highlights and reading articles then I stumbled on to Wright Thomson’s “Michael Jordan Has Not Left the … Continue reading

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Introducing Arturo “Tito” Onesto

I am Arturo “Tito” Onesto, I am a student at the University of Oregon majoring in Journalism and minoring in business. My dream is to cover sports around the world, mainly covering soccer and basketball for networks like ESPN, SportsIllustrated, or … Continue reading

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Friendly Area Neighborhood – A Family Place

Washington City Park is swarming with children. Soccer season has begun again, and parents line the field’s perimeter and cheer. On the other side of the field, toddlers play with a plastic truck in a sandbox. The park bustles with … Continue reading

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Waking Up Early, No Sweat When it’s for the World Cup.

With the 2010 FIFA World Cup well underway in Cape Town, South Africa the entire world is rejoicing and grimacing(mostly over the sound of the vuvuzela) together at last, including college students here at the University of Oregon even though it … Continue reading

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