Milos Kocic

Portland Timbers #30 - Goalkeeper

  • Born: 06/04/85
  • Age: 29
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  • Weight: 0
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Milos Kocic retires from professional soccer

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At just 28-years-old Milos Kocic has retired from professional soccer. The former Toronto FC goalkeeper is moving into the coaching ranks by launching his own goalkeeping academy in Toronto.

State of the Roster

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The Portland Timbers are close to the start of training camp and their roster looks set.

The Timbers' Lost Boys

As 2013 ends and 2014 begins, the Timbers still have several players unaccounted for.

A heartfelt goodbye to Super Stefan Frei

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Stefan Frei was a fan favourite during his time with Toronto FC so it should come as no surprise that he will be missed by fans now that he is heading to Seattle to join the Sounders.

2013 Player Rankings #29: Jake Gleeson

It was another very quiet season for the Timbers' youngest keeper.

Portland Goes up Two but Settles for the Draw

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After leading by two around the hour mark the Portland Timbers proceed to give up two goals. Instead of celebrating a win on the road they settle for the single point.

Quick Recap: Timbers Harpoon Hammerheads 5-1

Frederic Piquionne scored four goals, the first Timber to do so since McKinley Tennyson in 2002, as the Portland Timbers beat the Wilmington Hammerheads to advance to the next round of the US Open Cup.

Toronto FC Pre-Pre-Season Depth Chart: Goalkeepers

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What have we got, and what still needs addressing as far as TFC's squad is concerned? Starting with the goalies.

WTR's MLS SuperDraft SuperLive SuperThread!

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This is it -- two rounds of pulsating draft action, live from Indianapolis. Join Team WTR as we find out if the 19 MLS teams will get the ones that they want, and if TFC will draw a new Luis Silva, or another Matt Gold, starting at 11:30am ET.

What More Do the Timbers Need in 2013?

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With the transfer season in MLS getting a jump start tomorrow, what else should the Timbers look to add for a successful 2013 season?

WTR Year in Review: Heroes of the Year

One the first day of 2013, Team WTR fetes the people who made the headlines in a good way in 2012. These are the ones who made us (and Canadian soccer) proud, in a year filled with nothing but black clouds.

Joe Bendik Appreciation Thread

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While only with us for a year, the young keeper was called on a few different times to represent the Timbers in the net.

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