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Channel Guide MagazineGunners in good shape to challenge Chelsea at home Chelsea currently sit top of the table, with new signing Eden Hazard proving every bit of his 32-million pound value. Arsenal are beginning to regroup after a shaky, goalless start to the season. They...
Austin Berry was featured on a Life cereal box this fall as part of the Fire's campaign for Berry to be named Major League Soccer's rookie of the year. The public-relations push may have helped, but it was on-field performance that sealed the deal for...
Tags: Soccer, Major League Soccer, Logan Pause, Sports, D.C. United
Sixteen years ago, he cruised the streets near John Carroll and what was then Loyola College in a Nissan Sentra, a fresh and eager youth who was ready to play, ready to compete. Back then he was known as "The Hornet," not because of his hulking,...
It was an all too familiar story for the Fire on Wednesday night. They fell behind early against the Houston Dynamo, had to scramble to catch up and couldn't quite get an equalizer on the way to a season-ending 2-1 loss in their MLS Eastern Conference...
The Fire had hoped to avoid exactly this scenario. A 1-1 tie with D.C. United on Saturday in the regular-season finale at Toyota Park sends the Fire into the MLS postseason with a Wednesday play-in game instead of a direct path to the Eastern...
For RedEyeWanna know what it's like to be Derrick Rose right about now? Northwestern running back Mike Trumpy knows better than just about anyone. "Oh man, it sucks," the redshirt junior said, his voice growing weary. Chicago Fire defender Dan Gargan knows too....
The following are odds and ends from the local sports scene. PALADINI, FIRE HEADING FOR PLAYOFFS St. Francis High graduate and former Golden Knights standout Daniel Paladini and his Chicago Fire are headed to the Major League Soccer postseason, but...
Major League Soccer's Eastern Conference playoff field is set, but where the Fire fit remains uncertain. With one regular-season game to play — Saturday against D.C. United at Toyota Park — the Fire could finish anywhere between second and...
You knew it was only a matter of time before there would be cross promotion between the “Chicago Fire” TV show and the Major League Soccer club by the same name. Eamonn Walker -- who plays Battalion Chief Wallace Boden on the upcoming NBC...
KANSAS CITY, Kan. — Sporting Kansas City doused the scorching-hot Fire attack Friday night and prevented coach Frank Klopas' side from vaulting into first place in MLS' Eastern Conference. The Fire, 16-9-5, had scored at least two goals in eight...
Midfielder Marco Pappa is making an accelerated departure for Holland but the Fire say they can make up for his absence better than ever. The team announced Thursday that the 24-year-old midfielder would transfer to SC Heerenveen effective immediately in...
Tags: Soccer, Major League Soccer, Sports, FIFA World Cup
AS Roma seemed to feel right at home in Wrigley Field's friendly confines Sunday. The Italian side piled up four first-half goals and dominated Zaglebie Lubin most of the way in a 4-0 victory that marked the return of soccer to the landmark ballpark...
Tags: Baseball, Soccer, Wrigley Field, Michael Bradley, Sports
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