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Archives: Chicago Fire

Chicago 2-1 Dallas – Fire Bites Back Against Hoops

Posted on by Earl Reed

In a match with just about everything, it was the Chicago Fire that eventually benefited from a beautiful goal and a suspect call to overcome a banged-up F.C. Dallas squad, 2-1 at home. Dallas opened the scoring in the 41st … Continue reading

MLS ’12 Preview – The Chicago Fire

Posted on by Robert Hay

Team: Chicago Fire Coach: Frank Klopas Last Season: 9-9-16, 6th East, 11th Overall Twitter Hashtag: #CF97 In our 2011 preview of the Chicago Fire, I predicted the Fire would either make a surprise long run in the playoffs or miss the … Continue reading

Are the Fire Playoff Bound? Three Questions for Chicago

Posted on by Robert Hay

Chicago ended the year as potentially the best non-playoff team in MLS.  They caught “fire” and had a winning record for the final third of the season, almost stealing the tenth playoff spot from New York.  The same team that … Continue reading

Fire Burn DC With Two Stoppage Time Goals

Posted on by Robert Hay

In the long history between these two teams (winners of the first five MLS Cups), there has never been an ending quite like this.  The Chicago Fired dealt DC United’s playoff chances a major blow while keeping themselves alive for … Continue reading

Seattle Sounders Win 2011 US Open Cup Final

Posted on by Daniel Feuerstein

httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pJaCi4FOOXE On Tuesday night at Century Link Field in front of a record crowd of 35,615, history was made when Seattle Sounders won their third US Open Cup in a row and showed why they have dominated this tournament since their … Continue reading

2011 US Open Cup Featuring Chicago vs Seattle: Promo Video

Posted on by Christopher Harris

The anticipation is building for tonight’s 2011 US Open Cup final between Chicago Fire and Seattle Sounders. Will Seattle be able to win three back-to-back titles, or will Chicago win a record fifth title? Watch the following video to add … Continue reading

Fire Set MLS Record With Another Draw

Posted on by Robert Hay

In the land of draws, the Chicago Fire are kings. Last night, La Maquina Roja looked well on their way to their third win of the season after dominating DC United at home for about 70 minutes. Sebastian Grazzini had … Continue reading

New York Red Bulls 2-2 Chicago Fire: Lindpere Saves Another Draw

Posted on by Daniel Feuerstein

“It is what it is” says Thierry Henry every time I attend New York Red Bulls training at Montclair State University. And it is what it is with this club with another draw after ninety minutes — for the thirteenth … Continue reading

Chicago 4-0 New York: Fire Burn The Red Bulls Badly In The US Open Cup

Posted on by Daniel Feuerstein

When you have a club like the New York Red Bulls who has a full slate of world class players and some talented youth players on their roster from the MLS Super Draft and their Academy, you would think that … Continue reading

Portland 4-2 Chicago: Timbers Find Victory In First MLS Home Game

Posted on by Daniel Feuerstein

It was a magical night in the Pacific Northwest as another member of the triangle finally opened up their home end of their scheduled at the refurbished and the re-named Jeld-Wen Field (formerly PGE Park) as the Portland Timbers finally … Continue reading

MLS ’11 Preview: Can International Signings Spark a Fire Under Chicago?

Posted on by Robert Hay

Team: Chicago Fire Coach: Carlos de la Cobos Last Year’s Finish: 4th Eastern Conference, 10th Overall, 9-9-12 Last year’s Chicago Fire were going through a transition regardless of the tumultuous offseason they’ve had.  With the retirement of U.S. legend Brian … Continue reading

Fire Send Off McBride, Brown in Style

Posted on by Robert Hay

Jaime Moreno was not the only big-name retiree this weekend; the Chicago Fire said goodbye to American soccer legend Brian McBride and longtime defender C.J. Brown.  The club’s overall record was disappointing to fans, but by getting ten points in … Continue reading

Fantastic Keeping By Sean Johnson Keeps Red Bulls Off The Scoreboard

Posted on by Daniel Feuerstein

This match was supposed to be about the four to five Designated Players that was going to perform on the field at Toyota Park on Sunday Night. The big names of world football coming together and strutting their stuff all … Continue reading

US Open Cup Quarterfinals Gets Underway On Tuesday

Posted on by Daniel Feuerstein

After some heart pounding matches in the Third Round of the US Open Cup we have our elite eight getting ready to duke it out in the Quarterfinal Round. Once again we saw a tough favorite from the lower levels … Continue reading

Barrett Batters Chicago With Brilliant Brace

Posted on by Lars Lowther

Chad Barrett unleashed a force which is a sportsblogger’s (writer’s) dream today.  Not only did he produce 2 goals against the Chicago Fire, he produced instant corny material to be used in titles for articles. On a more serious note, … Continue reading

Galaxy Win in a Long, Dark Night in Carson

Posted on by Eric Altshule

The Western Conference Finals was a long, hard slog between the Los Angeles Galaxy and the Houston Dynamo.  With an 8:30 starting time to accommodate ESPN2’s college football schedule, two blackouts that interrupted play in each half, and a half … Continue reading

MLS Table As It Stands Now

Posted on by Eric Altshule

With less than a month left in the season, this is promising to be one of the more exciting run-ups the MLS has ever had.  The new playoff format which allows wild card teams (teams that finish outside of the … Continue reading