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Fire close regular season with 5-2 win in Orlando

A 5-2 away win over Orlando City SC closes the season for the Fire at 10-12-12 in eighth place in the Eastern Conference. The Fire have missed the playoffs in three of the last four seasons under Nelson Rodriguez and Veljko Paunovic as the club prepares to announce their move to Soldier Field in the coming week. Tesho Akindele scored in the fifth minute for Orlando City and Aleksandar Katai forced an own-goal in the 17th minute to leave the match level at half-time. CJ Sapong scored his 13th of the year in the 61st in finishing off a feed from Fabian Herbers in a chance that was also...
www.chicagonow.com Sep 29, 2019

Dax McCarty post game

Dax McCarty talks about the Fire's season and being eliminated from the playoffs.
www.chicagonow.com Sep 29, 2019

Schweinsteiger talks 2019 and his future

Bastian Schweinsteiger talks about the disappointment of the 2019 season and the timeline for deciding on his future past this season.
www.chicagonow.com Sep 29, 2019

Fire close out Bridgeview with a 2-2 draw

The Fire played what is likely to be their last regular season home game at SeatGeek Stadium in front of 17,748 fans. A 2-2 draw against Toronto FC was entertaining was not enough to keep their postseason hopes alive. The visitors scored first in the 59th minute when Brandt Bronico slipped at midfield creating a chance for Marco Delgado to find Jozy Altidore 1v1 against Francisco Calvo. The big forward fought Calvo off to clear some space and nutmeg Kenneth Kronholm for the lead. The Fire scored the next two goals as substitutes Aleksandar Katai and Fabian Herbers found the back of the net....
www.chicagonow.com Sep 27, 2019

Fire v Toronto FC match preview

What Are They All About? Toronto FC Hanging on by a thread. This past weekend the Chicago Fire Soccer Club drew 0-0 against FC Cincinnati in Ohio. The result could have caused irreversible damage to the Fire’s playoff hopes but with a weekend of shocking results in which the Eastern Conference standings remained largely unchanged and midweek results going their way as well, they are still alive in the post season hunt. They host Toronto FC this Sunday at SeatGeek Stadium (4:00 CT on ESPN+) in what may be the last Fire match to be held in Bridgeview. With a move to Soldier Field on the...

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