May has been a difficult month for the Fire with only two wins throughout the season. What is to come next for this struggling team?
For the second time this week, the Fire couldn't get their offense going as they were shutout by the Philadelphia Union, 1-0. Chicago's Wells Thompson was ejected for his second yellow card in the 62nd minute.
The Fire have scored just six goals in the first nine games this season, winning only twice. Saturday, it's another match with the Philadelphia Union, who bested them at Toyota Park last weekend.
1yThe Fire prepare to face the Seattle Sounders on Saturday at Toyota Park, a team they have yet to defeat since their addition to the MLS in 2009.
2yRookie defender Jalil Anibaba scored a goal from distance to help lift Chicago over Colorado on Wednesday night. The Fire move on in the historic U.S. Open Cup and will face the winner of the Portland-San Jose match.
2yOn 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.
2yIn 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.
2yAfter 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.
2yAfter 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.
2yThe 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.