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Major League Soccer and the MLS Players Union announced on Thursday that they have reached an agreement in principle on the terms of a new collective bargaining agreement.
After nicking a late equalizer against Vancouver on Saturday, the Fire emerged from preseason unbeaten. That and more in the five takeaways from the Men in Red's outing at the Simple Invitational.
The Men in Red concluded an unbeaten preseason with a 1-1 tie against Vancouver Whitecaps FC Saturday afternoon, thanks to a last-gasp equalizer from trialist Shahdon Winchester.

Team talk

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    Houston Dynamo forward Brian Ching got the last of his three goals at the 85th minute mark to put the Fire away for good on Saturday night. Calen Carr scored his third goal in two games for the Fire.
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    In his return from a strained quadriceps injury Wednesday night, Fire forward Calen Carr came off the bench to score the game-winning goal in Chicago's 2-1 victory over the New England Revolution.
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    Fire midfielder Freddie Ljungberg talks about the Fire's big win over the New England Revolution Wednesday night and whether or not the team can make the MLS playoffs on Chicago Tribune Live.
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    Chicago fire forward Calen Carr made his return to the lineup tonight after missing the first 16 games with a quadriceps injury. He triumphed the Fire to a 2-1 win scoring a clutch goal with just over seven minutes left.
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    International stars Freddie Ljungberg and Thierry Henry squared off as the Fire welcomed the New York Red Bulls to Toyota Park on Sunday, but neither team scored in a 0-0 draw.
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    Freddie Ljungberg, the Fire's newest designated player, will make his Toyota Park debut against the New York Red Bulls on Sunday and he and the Fire are ready for the challenge.
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    After taking part in his first practice with the Fire on Wednesday, Freddie Ljungberg's new teammates can't hide their excitement about adding the Swedish midfielder.

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