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Sounders disappointed to hand over the Cup

Post by Don Ruiz / The News Tribune on Oct. 21, 2012 at 10:14 pm with 2 Comments »
October 21, 2012 11:26 pm

Despite happiness over their 3-1 win over Dallas and avoiding any chance of the 4-5 elimination playoff game, the Sounders were disappointed to have turned over this season’s Cascadia Cup to Portland — the only Northwest team that didn’t make the playoffs.

Here’s some of their reaction.

“We like to get trophies. We like to win as much as we can whenever we can.”

Midfielder BRAD EVANS
“Obviously that is important to everybody top to bottom, especially the fans. If we can’t give them that then we need to give them something else.”

“I think we did what we needed to do. We played two games at home, and we won those games, we tied a couple times away, so that’s all.”

“Of course we wanted both: the Cascadia Cup and to avoid the game fourth against fifth. But now the situation is like this. In the end we tried everything to keep the Cascadia Cup here, but the result today in Vancouver wasn’t in our hands. The other result was in our hand.”

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  1. It just stings to know that stench will cover the cup for year.

  2. jimkingjr says:

    So Portland gets the Cascadia Cup, and Seattle and Vancouver get play-off berths. Little noticed, but Portland also leads for the Heritage Cup (the three Cascadia teams plus San Jose). We know where San Jose is in the standings. Says something about the value of these cups.

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