For just the fourth time since 1997, the Chicago Fire completed a sequence of four consecutive losses - two at home and two away - in MLS play.
The Chicago Fire's start to the 2015 MLS regular season has been anything but smooth sailing thus far.
In his weekly conference call Monday afternoon, head coach Frank Yallop forewarned his side of D.C.
As the rain pummeled Toyota Park on Saturday night, the Fire produced a laudable home performance in front of a mettlesome crowd of 15,256.
Two months before Major League Soccer's best eleven square off against Barclays Premier League side Tottenham Hotspur FC in the 2015 AT&T MLS All-Star Game, the league announced Wednesday the