It’s possible that the Fire can clinch a playoff berth in Saturday’s last regular season home match against Toronto FC – but don’t count on it.
A peek at the Major League Soccer standings suggests that a match against D.C. United is just what the Fire needs to jump-start its hopes of playing in the postseason.
No question the Columbus Crew needed to win Saturday’s match more than the Fire did — and it certainly showed.
Needless to say, Saturday’s 2-0 road loss to the New England Revolution was a costly one for the Fire.
When international soccer superstar Lionel Messi came to play an exhibition game in Chicago last week, it didn't quite go how many expected.