A last minute penalty saved the Union from disappointment as Le Toux's shot stole the Union a point in Toyota Park.
Playing their third game in eight days, the Philadelphia Union played like it Saturday night at Toyota Park. But thanks to a controversial late penalty call, the Union managed a 1-1 draw in a crucial road match that all things considered will have them sleeping well at night.
Recent acquisitionIgnacio Piatti made his debut for the Montreal Impact Saturday, but it was one of the Impact's more familiar faces that truly made the difference in their clash with the Chicago Fire at Stade Saputo.
After departing the league in 2013, former Toronto FC forward Robert Earnshawdecided he wanted to return to MLS midway through this season.
The Chicago Fire announced Monday that the clubhas acquired the former TFC striker on a free transfer, with the Welsh international set to join the team upon receipt of his visa and international transfer certificate.
With the previous matchup between the New York Red Bulls and Chicago Fire resulting in an exciting5-4 Fire victory,Sunday's rematch between the two Eastern Conference playoff contenders had a lot to live up to.
Although Sunday's clash had little in common with its predecessor, the Fire emerged victorious yet again by knockingoff the Red Bulls, 1-0, via a 39th minute Mike Magee penalty kick.
When HarryShipp quietly became the Chicago Fire's first Homegrown Player, few expected him to explode on the scene like this.
The Fire rookie has been the clear leader in the MLS 2014 Rookie class and has been a regular starter for the Fire all season under head coach Frank Yallop, helping keep the Fire in contention for one of the final playoff places in the Eastern Conference.
In the post-apocalyptic wasteland known as The Bridge View, the Chicago Fire is incapable of anything except draws, and OTF's Alex White is losing it...
Like most descents into madness, it all started reasonably enough. After last game's clean sheet, coach Frank Yallop elected to continue sacrificing offensive fire-power (personified by rookie Harrison Shipp) for a defensive set-up that achieved an elusive feat of not-bottling-things.
The Philadelphia Union loans attacking midfielder Corben Bone to the Wilmington Hammerheads of USL PRO.
The Philadelphia Union have announced a loan agreement with USL PRO's Wilmington Hammerheads for the services of attacking midfielder Corben Bone.
Bone was selected by the Union in the 2013 Re-Entry Draft after playing four seasons for the Chicago Fire and seeing a total of 26 minutes in the last two years, John Hackworth was familiar with Bone due to him being in Hackworth's USYNT U-17 camp back in 2005.
T.J. Zaremba breaks down the Fire's train wreck in San Jose...
After much deliberation since the final whistle of the Fire's 5-1 defeat at San Jose on Wednesday night, I concluded that a train wreck was a better description than a dumpster fire (and I used the dumpster fire after the Columbus road fiasco in May).
One Point! Of course we always get one point! (chicago-fire.com)
T.J. Zarembatries to find somethingto take away from another lackluster Chicago Fire draw...
After a gritty win on the road last Saturday in Foxboro, Massachusetts, the Fire returned to their "Kings of the Draw" form on Saturday night with another uninspiring performance against the Philadelphia Union.
The Seattle Sounders are headed to the Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup final for the fifth time in their brief six year history.
An early tap-in from Chad Barrett triggered a cascade of goals that featured braces from Andy Rose and Kenny Cooperand ended witha 6-0 Sounders victory over the Chicago Fire in front of 4,361 at Starfire Stadium in Tukwila, Wash.
God bless the copy and paste buttons (chicago-fire.com)
Censors be damned, OTF opens its vault on a day it anticipated almost one year ago...
As reported by Chicago Sun Times Fire beat writer Brian Sandalow, and commented upon in the Tweet-o-sphere, Chicago Fire Soccer Club, presumably under the direction of new Communications Director Doug Hicks, removed the blog post that shocked the North American soccer world last August from its websitetoday.
The Chicago Fire and Columbus Crew, two of the oldest MLS teams renewed their rivalry in a match requiring the Fire to earn three points to keep their playoff hopes alive. In the end, the points were shared after an open and entertaining match.
Goals from Mike Magee and Federico Higuain left the Eastern Conference rivals tied, and both having missed a chance to bolster their playoff hopes.
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Video Chicago Fire vs Tottenham 2014 Highlights Kane Lennon Goals Friendly Toyota Park is a post from Soccer Blogger. Follow Soccer Blogger on Twitter Chicago Fire vs Tottenham Hotspur 2014 (Fire Spurs VIDEO BELOW) Final score and result:- Fire vs Tottenham Hotspur 0-2 (Kane, Lennon) Toyota Park- 26 July, 2014- Pre-season friendly Goals from Harry [.
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With yet another week of three games in eight days, it is an extra long edition of game changers.