Chicago Fire head coach and director of soccer Frank Yallop issued a statement on Sunday regarding the New England Revolution's acquisition of Jermaine Jones.
Despite scoring an own goal, the Fire overcame that Saturday to draw with Toronto FC. The Fire got a late goal from Quincy Amarikwa to tie things up, leading to their 14th draw of the year
According to a report from Goal USA, USMNT midfielder Jermaine Jones has a agreed to a contract to join the Fire, but talks have hit a snag because MLS won't guarantee he will be allocated to the Fire.
3yOn a 32 degree afternoon, the Fire were victorious in their home opener against Sporting KC. The Fire were backed by goals from three different players with Marco Pappa notching the game winner at the 59 minute mark.
3yIn a deal announced Wednesday from Chivas USA, the Chicago Fire have acquired Colombian defender Yamith Cuesta in exchange for a 2012 MLS Supplemental Draft selection.
3yAfter failing to reach the postseason last year, Fire head coach Carlos De Los Cobos is hoping to bring the team back to the playoffs this season. In the season opener the Fire battled to a 1-1 draw.
3yAfter missing out on the MLS playoffs in 2010, the the Fire are ready for a far more successfull 2011 season. Logan Pause, Sean Johnson and Jalil Anibaba weigh in.
3yThe Fire will begin their season at Pizza Hut Park on Saturday, March 19 at 7:30 p.m. The Men in Red will host Landon Donovan, David Beckham, Juan Pablo Angel and the LA Galaxy at Toyota Park on Sunday, April 17.
3yThe Fire continued their rebuilding efforts on Thursday, after losing a number of their big name players, by signing Gaston Puerari.
3yThe Philadelphia Union shut out the Fire 1-0 on Saturday. Sebastien Le Toux scored the only goal of the game for the Union at the 36th minute mark. The Fire have now gone 0-3-2 in their past five games.