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Tag Archives: chicago fire

Weekend Updates: February 4-6, 2011

Posted on by Robert Hay

It was an admittedly slow week in American soccer as the American sports scene shifted to Dallas and the American football Super Bowl.  Within the soccer world some amazing results and goals from the English Premier League overshadowed almost all … Continue reading

Could Charlie Davies Make DC United an MLS Cup Contender?

Posted on by Robert Hay

The rumor mill was in full tilt Tuesday with the news that national team member Charlie Davies was sent by his French club Sochaux to train with D.C. United in Florida, with a successful training leading to a year-long loan.  … Continue reading

What You Missed in American Soccer Over the Holidays

Posted on by Robert Hay

If you’re like me, the holidays are a time of getting out of your workday routines due to relaxation/travel/stress.  In fact, at times I miss news stories because I tend not to check news sites or Twitter as much as … 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

Nery Castillo Signs With Chicago: Fire Add Firepower

Posted on by Lou Bruno

Saturday July 17, 2010 will not be remembered by Fire fans as the day the Fire lost to the New England Revolution 1-0 at home in a Group B SuperLiga match-up but as the day help arrived to possibly save … Continue reading

Man United Training Session in Chicago: Photos

Posted on by Christopher Harris

Manchester United played a training session Wednesday in Chicago that was open to the public. And we had EPL Talk photographer Christian Doellner on hand to capture some brilliant pictures of what happened on the pitch at Toyota Park. Players … Continue reading

Chicago Fire 2-1 Philadelphia Union: Three Points, Finally

Posted on by Lou Bruno

The Chicago Fire finally found the three points they had been looking for since April 24 with a 2-1 win over the expansion Philadelphia Union at Toyota Park on the first Saturday night in June. Fire great Peter Nowak returned … Continue reading

Chicago Fire 0-1 AC Milan: A Memorial Night

Posted on by Lou Bruno

This year’s Memorial Day weekend would certainly be well remembered by most Chicagoans and especially sports fans. With the Stanley Cup finals starting in Chicago and the MLB St. Louis Cardinals visiting Wrigley Field, and a Presidential visit thrown in, … Continue reading

Chicago Fire 1-1 FC Dallas: A Break For The Action

Posted on by Lou Bruno

“MLS icon,” “EPL veteran,” “USMNT standout,” the “best soccer player from the State of Illinois” are just a few of the ways to describe Chicago area native Brian McBride. With his team needing a spark, the ageless wonder took matters … Continue reading

Chicago Fire 2-2 Kansas City Wizards: Wet ‘N Wild

Posted on by Lou Bruno

For the second week in a row the Chicago Fire played in cold and wet conditions. In what was a good game for the national TV audience on Fox Soccer Channel to watch, the wet conditions lead to some wild … Continue reading

Toronto FC 4-1 Chicago Fire: Wind Driven

Posted on by Lou Bruno

Chicago Fire traveled to Toronto the day before Mother’s Day looking to extend their 3 game unbeaten run to 4 games but it was former Fire player Chad Barrett that ruined the trip north of the border. The Fire may … 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

Chicago Fire 1-1 Chivas USA: Something Missing

Posted on by Lou Bruno

Fire veteran and Chicago area native Brian McBride played his 200th MLS game in Bridgeview, Illinois last night. Another hometown player Baggio Husidic scored in the 52nd minute for the Fire and Maicon Santos answered in the 76th minute to … Continue reading

Chicago Fire 2-0 Houston Dynamo: Change Is Good

Posted on by Lou Bruno

The Chicago Fire returned to Toyota Park on Saturday night for their second home game of the season. Two was the lucky number for the Fire as for the second week in a row they won 2-0, winning their second … Continue reading

Chicago Fire 1-2 San Jose: A Fan’s Perspective

Posted on by Lou Bruno

It was a perfect day in Chicago. Warm temperatures and brilliant sunlight lead most people in my suburban Chicago neighborhood to get out in the garden and start their spring clean-up. When my wife told my neighborhood I had tickets … Continue reading

MLS Playoff Results Going According to Plan

Posted on by Robert Jonas

The second round of the MLS Cup Playoffs has the two higher seeds in each conference hosting their opponents from last week’s match-ups. In the four matches from last week, the home teams either tied or won leaving the seeded … Continue reading

Looking closer at MLS and MLB cities

Posted on by Mitch Howard

This year’s baseball season is shaping up to have more MLS cities in contention than in past years.  The Toronto Blue Jays and Seattle Mariners are off to really good starts, and this is not good news for MLS.  Currently, both teams … Continue reading

Everton Performance Against Chicago Disappoints Diehard EPL Fan

Posted on by Christopher Harris

The following article is written by EPLNFL, a longtime reader of EPL Talk and a resident of Chicago. Every year now about the end of June many EPL fans in the US and Canada get the news they long to … Continue reading