With injuries piling up and a crucial stretch of MLS fixtures looming, Chicago Fire head coach Frank Yallop's focus is gradually shifting toward the opening of Wednesday's secondary transfer window.
Comcast SportsNet Chicago will exclusively broadcast an alternative Spanish-language telecast for three upcoming Chicago Fire games in July, the MLS franchise announced Monday.
Despite conceding first, the Chicago Fire clawed their way back in the second half with the help of Patrick Nyarko to earn a point at the Houston Dynamo Friday night.
2wQuincy Amarikwa converted his first goal of the season to fire the Men in Red to a 1-0 victory over Louisville City FC at Toyota Park. The win sends the Fire to the fifth round of the Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup.
3wThe Chicago Fire switch gears from MLS regular season play and look toward a fourth round U.S. Open Cup fixture against USL side Louisville City FC Tuesday night at Toyota Park.
3wDiego Fagundez scored from the top of the penalty area and the New England Revolution got goals two minutes apart to start the second half in beating the Chicago Fire 2-0 Saturday night.
3wThirteen matches through the MLS regular season, Chicago Fire captain Jeff Larentowicz contends it's time for the players to take ownership of their late defensive breakdowns, beginning with Saturday night's match at New England.
3wMike Magee exited Thursday's training session with what was diagnosed as a "slight hamstring tweak" and will not be available against the Revolution. Meanwhile, loanee Patrick Doody was recalled from Saint Louis FC.
3wThe Chicago Fire (4-7-2,14 points) battle second-place New England Revolution (5-4-6, 21 points) in Foxborough on Saturday night. Tune in to CSN for the action at 6:30 p.m.
4wChicago Fire Designated Player Kennedy Igboananike's ninth-minute goal against Orlando City is one of five nominees in the running for the MLS Goal of the Week, the league announced Monday.
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