1. Magee Appreciative of Strength Coach After Open Cup Brace

    Mike Magee rolled back the clock with a vintage performance and a brace to secure the Chicago Fire 's passage through to the last eight of the Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup on Tuesday...

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  2. Fire Move On in US Open Cup After Win over CLT

    The fortunate truth for the Chicago Fire is that, when Adailton got caught upfield and Matt Polster froze, staring at each other (hey I know you!) in the fifth minute, allowing Charlotte's Tomasz Zoharski to stroll in on goal against Sean Johnson ...

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  3. Frank Yallop Talks Amarikwa-for-Harden Exchange

    “We're forever looking.” When asked about potential roster moves, that tends to be the go-to response for Chicago Fire head coach and director of soccer Frank Yallop...

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  4. Yallop: Open Cup a Chance for Fire to Get 'Ship Straightened'

    Leading up to the Chicago Fire 's fourth round Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup match against Louisville City FC on June 16, the challenges of confronting a first-year USL side were perhaps somewhat underestimated...

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  5. Unheralded Rookie Matt Polster Emerging as Crucial Component in Fire Midfield

    Matt Polster has been bracketed with just about every superlative a 22-year-old could ask for in his rookie MLS campaign...

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  6. Fire Trade Quincy Amarikwa to Earthquakes in Exchange for Ty Harden

    Coming off of a career season in 2014, Quincy Amarikwa has seen his playing time with the Chicago Fire dwindle in 2015 due to a surplus of attacking talent, and now he'll get a fresh start...

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  7. Fire Insist It's "Never Too Late" to Reverse Poor Form

    BRIDGEVIEW, Ill. – Thanks to a 73rd-minute wonder strike from D.C. United forward Conor Doyle, the Chicago Fire felt the wrath of a fourth consecutive defeat in MLS play Wednesday night...

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  8. Fire out of Answers After 4th Straight Loss

    The occasional flair and excitement the Fire have provided this season was mostly absent Wednesday night. With David Accam and Shaun Maloney out injured, that wasn't a surprise and ...

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  9. Maloney out vs. D.C.; Jones, Accam Train Separately

    Following the heavy blow sustained in the 3-2 defeat to Orlando City SC under two weeks ago, Joevin Jones (Trinidad and Tobago) and David Accam (Ghana) were called in for international ...

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  10. Rookie Polster Continues to Find Footing in MLS

    One of the first things Matt Polster did when he arrived to school as a Southern Illinois University Edwardsville freshman was visit a plaque that marks the entrance to the Ralph Korte Stadium commemorating the late Jack Blake, an SIUE alum, SIUE and St..

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  11. Fire to Host Independence in U.S. Open Cup Rd of 16

    CHICAGO (June 18, 2015) - The Chicago Fire are set to host USL side Charlotte Independence in the Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup Round of 16 at Toyota Park on Tuesday, June 30 at 7:30 p...

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  12. Fire Top Louisville City 1-0 in US Open Cup Match

    You're in pain. You know something needs to change because you can only go so long with that constant throbbing discomfort in the delicate nerves of your mouth. You know the cure will be painful and the last person you want to see is the dentist...

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  13. Fire Refuse to Blame Int'l Absences in Loss

    Harry Shipp refused to blame the Chicago Fire 's latest defeat on the absence of three key players because of international duty as the Men in Red fell to the New England Revolution Saturday, their third loss in a row...

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  14. Revs Cruise to 2-0 Win over Fire

    FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – The New England Revolution broke a halftime stalemate with two second-half goals in a three-minute span to sink the Chicago Fire 2-0 at Gillette Stadium ...

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  15. Johnson Fighting for No. 1 Jersey After Frustrating Start

    BRIDGEVIEW, Ill. – A determined Sean Johnson is keen to put a “frustrating” start to the season behind him and recapture the No. 1 jersey for the Chicago Fire ...

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  16. Maloney: Fire Move Not a Downward Trend

    SHAUN MALONEY has rapped Mark McGhee and told him a move to the Windy City does not mean his career is on wind down...

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  17. Video: Accam Taps in Mid-Range Shot for 2-1 Lead

    Goal! Chicago Fire 2, Orlando City SC 1. Harry Shipp (Chicago Fire) combines with David Accam (Chicago Fire) who puts Chicago up with a classy finish...

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  18. Shipp Making Most of Upbringing as Fire Academy Kid

    BRIDGEVIEW, Ill. – When you are fortunate enough to receive coaching from the likes of Frank Klopas and Hristo Stoichkov as a 10-year-old, you know you are being given the best possible foundation to build a career in professional soccer...

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  19. Armchair Analyst: Shipp's Cameo as No. 10 for Fire

    The Chicago Fire got thumped in the second half of last night's 3-1 loss to D.C. United, a team that I'd categorize as "resilient" without Fabian Espindola, and "elite" with him...

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  20. Fire Defense Falls Flat in Loss to United

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