The San Jose Earthquakes’ Quincy Amarikwa, left, and Portland Timbers midfielder Diego Chara, right, race for the ball during an MLS match Sunday, August 2, 2015, in San Jose. Two seasons ago, both teams sent players to Republic FC. Coach Paul Buckle sees the relationship with the Earthquakes strengthening in 2016.
The San Jose Earthquakes’ Quincy Amarikwa, left, and Portland Timbers midfielder Diego Chara, right, race for the ball during an MLS match Sunday, August 2, 2015, in San Jose. Two seasons ago, both teams sent players to Republic FC. Coach Paul Buckle sees the relationship with the Earthquakes strengthening in 2016. Tony Avelar The Associated Press
The San Jose Earthquakes’ Quincy Amarikwa, left, and Portland Timbers midfielder Diego Chara, right, race for the ball during an MLS match Sunday, August 2, 2015, in San Jose. Two seasons ago, both teams sent players to Republic FC. Coach Paul Buckle sees the relationship with the Earthquakes strengthening in 2016. Tony Avelar The Associated Press

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