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www.chicagonow.com Oct 30, 2018

Fire v DC United match day photo gallery

Great season-closing work from Sean King.
www.chicagonow.com Oct 28, 2018

Fire end season with 0-0 draw

The Fire and DC United played to a 0-0 to draw at a cold and rainy Toyota Park to cap the home team's 2018 season. Chicago had the better chances, particularly in the first half but neither they nor DC, who were still playing for playoff positioning, were able to finish one of the few clear opportunities. Both teams combined for three shots on target. For the Fire, it's the end to another disappointing season. Their 8-18-8 record and 32 points is the third lowest total for one season in club history behind 30 points in 2016 and 31 points in 2016. Another offseason of change surely lies...
www.chicagonow.com Oct 22, 2018

Atlanta United defeats Fire 2-1

Without Miguel Almiron and Tito Villalba, Atlanta United isn't quite the same team that has stormed to the top of the Supporters Shield standing but they still had enough to hand the Fire their 18th loss of the season. Franco Escobar gave Atlanta the lead after being allowed plenty of time and space to shoot on goal from the left side of the Fire's defense in the 9th minute. The Fire equalized in the 24th via good combination play from Bastian Schweinsteiger, Brandt Bronico, and Djordje Mihailovic and a quality finish from Michael de Leeuw. It was his second goal of the season since...
www.chicagonow.com Oct 20, 2018

Fire v Atlanta United match preview

What Are They All About? Atlanta United Winding down. In their most recent league match, the Chicago Fire lost on the road to DC United by a scoreline of 2-1. A brace from Wayne Rooney negated Raheem Edwards’ opener as the visitors notched their seventeenth loss of the season and forty-fifth in three seasons under the stewardship of Veljko Paunovic and Nelson Rodriguez. There were certainly bright spots visible from Chicago, but the lack of any true competitive motivation coupled with DC’s drive towards the postseason put the result in the category of inevitability. With just two matches...