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By Andrew P. Napolitano
Topic - Kenny Cooper
Kenny Cooper was there when the Seattle vs. Portland rivalry made its debut at the Major League Soccer level.
"I think there is a lot of pride at stake. I think as players I think we all understand how much the game means to our fans. It's an added motivation for us to go out there and give our best for them," Cooper said. "There's always an amazing energy whether it's here or there and I'm sure we'll be well supported there and hopefully we'll send our fans home happy."
"The result is more important than the individual goals and unfortunately the result didn't go our way," Cooper said. "But as a forward you always want to be part of the goals whether you're scoring them or helping create them."