1. Harry Shipp Impresses as Fire's Comeback Catalyst in Victory over Revs

    It was a game of two halves for the Chicago Fire 's Harry Shipp, who followed a relatively subdued first half with a second-half goal and assist to propel Brian Bliss' men to a surprise 3-1 victory over the New England Revolution ...

    Alexandra Irving Written by Alexandra Irving about 10 months ago 17 reads 0 comments

  2. Rookie Defender Doody Making Most of Time to Shine

    BRIDGEVIEW, Ill. – Brian Bliss' decision to hand a rare start to rookie left back Patrick Doody in each of his first two games may have surprised some observers, but the Chicago ...

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  3. Former Mexico Manager Miguel Herrera Doesn't Rule out Chicago Fire Job

    He says he hasn't been contacted by the Fire, but former Mexico national team manager Miguel Herrera told a Chicago outlet that he'd be interested in leading the club that recently let go of its head coach...

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  4. Chicago Fire Striker Gilberto Scorches Former Side Toronto FC for Brace

    Gilberto's two-goal haul against former club Toronto FC impressed interim Chicago Fire head coach Brian Bliss, but the coach hopes his mid-season acquisition can maintain that form for every opponent in the league...

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  5. GIovinco Sets a Record & Jozy Bags Winner for Toronto

    With two assists Saturday, Sebastian Giovinco tied and then claimed the MLS single-season record for combined goals plus assists in a 3-2 home victory against the Chicago Fire ...

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  6. Report: Chicago Fire Eyeing Former Mexico Coach Miguel Herrera

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  7. Bliss Unbowed in Montreal Loss: "We've Got to Live with It"

    There was little doubt of the game's turning point or talking point, and veteran goalkeeper Jon Busch didn't hold back when asked his opinion of the opening goal as the Chicago Fire ...

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  8. 'Detail Oriented' GM Nelson Rodriguez a Welcome Addition to Fire

    When the Chicago Fire brought on Peter Wilt as the first general manager to help spearhead the club's launch in 1998, the task of developing a winning culture and marketing an expansion team – on paper – seemed daunting...

    Alexandra Irving Written by Alexandra Irving about 10 months ago 21 reads 0 comments

  9. Chicago Fire Left Soul-Searching After Another Frustrating Loss

    After falling to a league-high 16th defeat of the season on Saturday night Designated Player David Accam admitted the Chicago Fire need “more help” if they are to re-establish themselves as playoff contenders...

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  10. Fire Notebook: Jumper, Injury Update, Magee's 2016 Status, and More

    The Fire have six games remaining this season but the attention over the weekend came from former Fire defender Hunter Jumper's twitter account.....

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  11. Fire Lament "Lack of Discipline" After Conceding Two-Goal Lead in Loss

    Sean Johnson cited the team's “lack of discipline” as the Chicago Fire let their second consecutive 2-0 lead in New York slip, falling to a 3-2 defeat to the New York Red Bulls on Friday...

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  12. New Defender Cyrus Ready to Make His Mark

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  13. Fire Looking for Momentum to Carry Them Through

    BRIDGEVIEW, Ill. – Just when it looked like Frank Yallop had managed to get all the pieces of his Chicago Fire jigsaw aligned into the cohesive, attacking unit he imagined, ...

    Jenn Leser Written by Jenn Leser about 11 months ago 1 reads 0 comments

  14. Stephens Happy to Be Back in Mix with Fire

    BRIDGEVIEW, Ill. – Having reestablished himself in the center of the Chicago Fire midfield in recent weeks, local boy Michael Stephens wants to cement his place in the starting ...

    Jenn Leser Written by Jenn Leser about 11 months ago 5 reads 0 comments

  15. Polster Embracing Chance with US U-23s

    MANCHESTER, England – It's been an impressive rookie campaign for Chicago Fire midfielder/defender Matt Polster, whose fine form has seen him mentioned as a candidate for MLS ...

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  16. After Difficult Start, Johnson Recapturing His Fine Form

    BRIDGEVIEW, Ill. – Sean Johnson may have endured some rough times in 2015, but the Chicago Fire goalkeeper never doubted his “ability or mindset” during some tough spells at the start of his sixth professional season...

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  17. Time for Fire's Young Guns to Prove Their Worth

    In the run-up to last night's game against New York, Frank Yallop dismissed calls to "play the kids" given that the season is all but over...

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  18. Fire Hoping 'Important' Win Can Ignite More

    BRIDGEVIEW, Ill. – The Chicago Fire will embark on the beginning of a three-game road swing this weekend hoping that Wednesday's impressive 3-2 victory over the New York Red ...

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  19. DP Accam Named to Ghana Roster for AFCON Qualifier

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  20. Fire Likely to Turn to Shipp as Maloney Replacement

    BRIDGEVIEW, Ill. – While the Chicago Fire still await confirmation of Shaun Maloney's impending switch to English Championship club Hull City , it appears head coach Frank ...

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  21. Chicago Fire Face Uphill Playoff Battle After Loss to Colorado Rapids

    It didn't take much for the Colorado Rapids to condemn the Chicago Fire to their latest disappointment: One minute. One goal...

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  22. Igboananike Eager to Spur Playoffs Run: 'We Still Have Chances'

    BRIDGEVIEW, Ill. – A resurgent Kennedy Igboananike is hoping his goals can help drive the Chicago Fire to an unlikely spot in the playoffs...

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  23. Chicago Fire Are the Most Disappointing Team in MLS

    The Chicago Fire were once a powerhouse in Major League Soccer. Chicago won the MLS Cup in its first season in 1998 and finished twice as the runner-up in 2000 and 2003. Now, the Fire are languishing at the bottom of the Eastern Conference...

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  24. Yallop All but Confirms Maloney to Hull Is Done

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  25. Fire Laud Sean Johnson's "Outstanding" Performance in Dramatic Draw

    It may not have earned the three points Frank Yallop and the Chicago Fire so badly craved, but there was much to admire in the resilience the team showed in securing a dramatic 3-3 ...

    Alexandra Irving Written by Alexandra Irving about 12 months ago 19 reads 0 comments