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SBI MLS Midseason Goal of the Year: Quincy Amarikwa

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It's been quite a year for goals, but one stands above the rest as MLS pushes into the summer months.

The SBI MLS Midseason Goal of the Year came just weeks into the regular season, as Quincy Amarikwa unleashed an incredible long-range effort. After battling several challenges, the San Jose Earthquakes forward lifted a shot up and over a helpless Adam Kwarasey, sealing a highlight-reel finish that is being replayed even today.

MLS Week Two: Amarikwa’s goal, Houston’s win, and Yankee Stadium soccer

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Quincy Amarikwa beats Portland from distance, Houston puts five past FC Dallas, and Yankee Stadium means issues for Toronto. Read More

San Jose Earthquakes

Portland Timbers can't continue road magic in 2 to 1 loss to San Jose

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In their first road appearance of the 2016 MLS regular season, the Portland Timbers couldn't keep the long road winning streak going. The San Jose tallied two goals in the first half, then held on against a furious late rally fueled by Jack McInerney's first goal as a Timber.

San Jose’s Quincy Amarikwa scores an unbelievable long range goal [VIDEO]

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San Jose's Quincy Amarikwa scored an unbelievable long range goal Sunday night in the MLS game against Portland Timbers.

FOX Sports lead commentator John Strong described the goal as follows: "That is absolutely sensational from Quincy Amarikwa. One of the best goals you'll see in MLS this season.

San Jose’s Quincy Amarikwa scores an unbelievable long range goal [VIDEO]

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San Jose's Quincy Amarikwa scored an unbelievable long range goal Sunday night in the MLS game against Portland Timbers.

FOX Sports lead commentator John Strong described the goal as follows: "That is absolutely sensational from Quincy Amarikwa. One of the best goals you'll see in MLS this season.

Quincy Amarikwa | Episode 520

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It is #QuincyTime on PitchPass this week. San Jose Earthquakes' Quincy Amarikwa talks about his preferred position, "man buns", and the upcoming Cali Classico.

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D.C. United 0-2 San Jose Earthquakes: Player Ratings

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It's that thing were we place numbers to names and you can do your own as well.

D.C. United went into Saturday's game with the San Jose Earthquakes having to feel a little good, after having 9 days of rest (more depending on the player) and taking a second choice squad to Panama and winning arguably their toughest CONCACAF Champions League game of their group.

United’s struggles continue as they drop 2-0 decision at home to San Jose

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D.C. United continued their trend of giving up early goals at home and this time there was no miracle comeback to save them in their 2-0 loss tonight to the San Jose Earthquakes before a season-high 20,043 fans at RFK Stadium.

Gerrard Stars On Galaxy Debut

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Steven Gerrard marked his Major League Soccer debut with a goal as he inspired Los Angeles Galaxy to a come-from-behind 5-2 victory over San Jose Earthquakes. Watched by former Galaxy star David Beckham at StubHub Center, the ex-Liverpool and England captain scored one and had a hand in two of Robbie Keane's three goals to help the hosts win the 'California Clasico' and go top of the Western Conference.

Quincytime expires - Amarikwa traded to SJ for Harden

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A little over a week after scoring his only goal of the season in the Fire's 1-0 US Open Cup victory over Louisville City FC, Quincy Amarikwa has been moved to the San Jose Earthquakes. In exchange, the Fire have acquired veteran MLS defender Ty Harden. The Fire needed help defensively and Harden may provide another option.

Philadelphia Union

Union schedule, Restrepo report, no USOC for BSFC, WCU USOC date, more news

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Reaction to the 2016 schedule. Another report says Walter Restrepo signing with the Union. No US Open Cup for Bethlehem. West Chester United's third round USOC date announced. more.

Chicago previews, Union Academy begins GA Cup final play, more

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Union look for first win of 2015. Union Academy begins play in Generation adidas Cup finals on SUnday. City Islanders open season on the road on Saturday. More news.

Kennedy Igboananike

Toothless Fire Desperate for Goals

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Theabsence of David Accam and a clinical finishermade apparent in their 2-1 loss.

Real Salt Lake demonstrated remarkable efficiency in front of goal on Saturday at Toyota Park and sent the Chicago Fire to a disappointing 2:1 defeat.

Sporting KC 1 Fire 0 - recap and ratings

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A loss in the Kansas City isn't the end of the world after three straight victories but wasted opportunities and lack of clarity in the final third make this game more frustrating than the score and the statistics indicate. Sporting held a 57-43 possession advantage over ninety minutes but the Fire showed that they have enough in the attack to create chances although they also showed that they are capable of not taking advantage of those when presented.

Jeff Larentowicz

Jvlaha’s Monday Musings, Episode IV, “May the Fourth be With You”

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May the "Fourth" be with you on this fine May day.

This is an exciting day for @shift3erin!! #MayThe4thBeWithYou pic.twitter.com/UgniVNOUfu

- Rachel Myers (@ChiFireRachel) May 4, 2015

Ricardo Ortiz willbe providing a game summary of the Fire's 1-0 loss on Sunday to Sporting KC.

Whitecaps 1 Fire 0 - recap and ratings

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This is certainly not the start that Frank Yallop was looking for and definitely not one that the Fire can afford. The inability to take advantage of anything at home coupled with late defensive lapses was of major concern last season and this home opener did nothing to assure anyone that those struggles have been left behind.

Fire down Pittsburgh, advance in US Open Cup

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A downpour combined with lightning in the area delayed kick off for almost two hours and another storm stopped play 4 minutes in the second half. The second delay was enough for US Soccer and match officials to declare Chicago victorious with a 2-1 lead and no apparent chance to resume the match. After a sluggish start from both teams, Grant Ward put the Fire on top in the 22nd minute after taking a pass from Quincy Amarikwa following a good build up.

Chicago Fire

Match Day 9: Two Separate Streaks

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Sporting KC welcome the Chicago Fire to Sporting Park tomorrow in a match up of two teams currently in two different kinds of streaks. The Fire head into the game in Kansas City riding a three game winning streak. That three game winning streak though has bee over the course of a month, their win last week against New York City FC was their first game in 20 days due to MLS' schedule and moving games to accommodate Montreal's CONCACAF Champions League run.

SBI MLS Rookie of the Week: Harrison Shipp

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By RYAN TOLMICH

After not starting a game since Aug. 30, Chicago Fire rookie Harrison Shipp made his return to the starting XI and displayed his passing flair.

Shipp contributed anassist as the Fire earned yet another draw, the team's 17th of the season, with Eastern Conference leaders D.

Draw of Draws: Chicago Fire (3) vs. DC United (3)

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Fire players celebrate winning the drawing the drawing-games record cup (Chicago-Fire.com)

OTF's Alex White reaches conclusions and paints you a picture of the Fire's latest you-know-what...

For their 16th draw of the year, to tie the single-season record, at least the Fire had the good grace to make it an eventful game.

Luis Silva double helps D.C. United to wild 3-3 draw in Chicago - Recap + Highlights

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Despite a sluggish start, the Black-and-Red battled back from 2-0 down to grab a 3-3 draw against the Chicago Fire thanks to an outstanding performance from Luis Silva.

Normally, games involving a desperate team during the latter stages of a given MLS season become tense, chippy affairs where chances are at a premium.

Magee out for season after hip surgery

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By CAITLIN MURRAY

TheChicago Fire were already looking like a long shot to make the playoffs, but now theywill have to finish the season without one of their top players.

Forward Mike Magee underwent a right hip procedure on Monday that will sideline him for six to eight months, the Chicago Fire announced Tuesday.

Breakdown: Fire vs. Crew

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"Ouch! That hurts!" (chicago-fire.com)

T.J. Zaremba breaks down the Fire'smarch towards 16...

Much to the chagrin of many of the Fire faithful, the Men In Red gained their 13th draw in 21 attempts for a 62% draw percentage.

As frustrating at this may be on the surface, this was the Fire's second game in four nights, while the Crew had the week off.

Breakdown: Fire vs. Whitecaps

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Quincy watching a different game than anyone else (www.theprovince.com)

T.J. Zaremba breaks down the Fire's latest step in theirmarch toward the league record in draws...

The result of Wednesday night's game between the Fire and Whitecaps was never in question. It was going to be a tie.

Breakdown: Fire at Earthquakes

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A visual of the Fire on Wednesday night (unknown)

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).

Breakdown: Fire vs. Union, Game 2

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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.

Dispatch: Chicago Fire (1) vs. Philadelphia Union (1)

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"Don't worry guys, we'll remember this moment with no mixed emotions, at all!" (Chicago-Fire.com)

After the latest Fire "result," OTF's Alex White wonders if there is any meaning to be found...

Another match drawn. Another lead lost. There is more to be said on that front, so watch this space for an analysis to come.

Breakdown: Fire at New England

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Winning is so much better than drawing (chicago-fire.com)

T.J. Zaremba dissectsan ugly, but necessary, road win by the Men In Red

After going over 1107 days without a win on an artificial surface, the Chicago Fire won their second inside of a week on Saturday night with a 1-0 over the New England Revolution in suburban Boston.

Amarikwa’s Early Goal Sinks Revs 1-0

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FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – An early strike from Quincy Amarikwa marked the difference as the Chicago Fire topped the New England Revolution 1-0 on Saturday night in Foxboro.

A turnover by the New England Revolution, combined with a chipped through ball from Mike Magee gave Amarikwa a breakaway chance in the third minute which he didn't miss, and which turned out to be the only goal in the match.

Amarikwa’s early tally sends Fire to victory against reeling Revs

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By CARL SETTERLUND

The Chicago Fire might still be near the bottom of the Eastern Conference standings, but Frank Yallop's men have started to show signs of life lately.

A positive stretch for the Fire continued Saturday night at Gillette Stadium as a third-minute display of physical prowess by Quincy Amarikwa, who shrugged off the rugged Andrew Farrell to score a third minute winner in a 1-0 road victory over the reeling New England Revolution.

Match Day 17 - Sporting KC Hit Mid-Season Point

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The mid-point of this year's MLS season is hit tomorrow for Sporting KC when they take on the Chicago Fire at Sporting Park. It's been an odd first half of the season for KC, seeing them deal with a number of absences through different means, from call ups, to transfers, to injuries, KC has has had to deal with a number of issues through the first half of the season.

Postmortem: Chicago Fire (2) vs Seattle Sounders (3)

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Harry Shipp notched another brace on Saturday (photo: chicago-fire.com)

OTF's Brendan Carr brings you more dropped points at home...

"Another one bites the dust," albeit an exciting one at home to Seattle. Meanwhile, Fire fans are left to think what's next. Nothing but the record seems to be falling for the Fire, as they dropped to a poor 2-4-8 on the weekend.

Chicago Fire Power Rankings: MLS Round 13

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Each week, OTF Editor Scott Fenwick visits with the MLS pundits to see how they rate and rank our Men in Red...

PLAY THE MUSIC. Aggregate = 15.7/19 ( -0.7 from last week) Fansided (12)

"Despite a 68th-minute penalty conversion by Jeff Larentowicz, Frank Yallop's Chicago Fire were held to a 1-1 draw with the Los Angeles Galaxy at Toyota Park.

The Rest

NYRB away on Saturday, Union bits, more

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Motivation high for both Union and NYRB ahead of Saturday's big game. Penn Fusion's Sydney Sandi with US at U-17 Women's World Cup. More news.

10 Stupid Good Goals Scored Against the Portland Timbers

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The Portland Timbers have started off the 2016 season by conceding a pair of ridiculous goals; Federico Higuain's opening-day bicycle kick and Quincy Amarikwa's week two stunner.

Of course, those were not the first very, very good goals to be scored against the Timbers. In the spirit of soccer, let's take a look back and check out some of those goals that you can't even be mad about; the crazy goals that just make you shake your head in debrief and, eventually, appreciation; the goals that bring a tear to your eye and you are not quite sure if it is because they came against the Timbers or because they were just so damn pretty.

Ricardo Clark up for Goal of the Week

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After the Houston Dynamo's 5-0 victory over FC Dallas, Ricardo Clark comes away with a Goal of the Week nomination.

It was a goal fest in Houston over the weekend, but Ricardo Clark came away with the goal that is up for Goal of the Week. He faces off against Dom Dwyer in the first round of voting.

Fire survive Louisville City, advance in USOC tournament

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The Fire averted what could have been an embarrassing US Open Cup disaster by squeaking past USL side Louisville City FC 1-0 in overtime. Quincy Amarikwa, who squandered countless opportunities throughout the night, scored the game winner in the 116thminute. While standing in the way of Guly do Prado's shot attempt, Amarikwa redirected the ball with his head past goalkeeper Scott Goodwin.

Fantasy Focus: Boo This Man

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Eh.

This week's high scorer is Denison Cabrallstars, with 93 points. A trio of players scored 12 points to lead the team -- Diego Valeri (POR, $10.3), Quincy Amarikwa ($6.1), and Robbie Keane (LA, $11.8) -- with each of them scoring a goal and assisting on another. In It Toux Wynne It is still the leader overall.

Fire 1 Revolution 0 - recap and ratings

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Three points, a win on turf, and a clean sheet. All in one night. The Fire are within four points of the fourth and fifth place teams in the Eastern Conference at the mathematical half way point in their season. An early Quincy Amarikwa goal was enough to get by a New England Revolution side that has lost its fifth consecutive league game and was bounced out of USOC play on Wednesday night.

Fire down Crew 4-2, advance to USOC quarterfinals

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A brace from Juan Luis Anangono kept the Fire alive and in the hunt for a fifth US Open Cup championship. The Ecuadorian forward replaced Mike Magee in the 77th minute after Magee suffered an ankle injury forcing him out of the match. After a dominant first half in which the Fire controlled the match but only managed to come away with a 1-0 lead thanks to a Patrick Ianni goal scored from a Harry Shipp free kick, the visitors turned the tables in the second act and took a 2-1 lead before Anangono tied it in the 83rd, forcing overtime.