Category Archives: MLS

Monday MLS Wrap

Yeah, I know it’s not exactly Monday, but I’m not changing the name based on that fact alone… By the way, my weekly Premier League Wrap is also live at The FA Daily. Saturday, August 28 – FC Dallas 0, … Continue reading

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Mwanga interested in playing for U.S.

With eyes looking toward 2014, American fans have been drawn to some of the young MLS standouts this season, with perhaps none drawing the same amount of attention as the 19-year old Danny Mwanga of the Philadelphia Union. As one … Continue reading

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Monday MLS Wrap

Wednesday, August 18 – New England Revolution 1, Chicago Fire 2 Sean Johnson had another outstanding day in net as Chicago rallied from an early deficit behind goals from Baggio Husidic and Calen Carr. It marked Husidic’s first goal since … Continue reading

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What We Learned: Fire 3, Dynamo 4

Well, it’s the first time I’ve had to write about the Fire losing in a while, and make no mistake, it kind of sucks. With that said, there are certainly a number of things we can take away, perhaps more … Continue reading

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Freddie Ljungberg-led comeback falls short, Fire lose 4-3

For the first time since The Free Header was started last month, the Chicago Fire fell in an MLS match to the Houston Dynamo 4-3 in what was undoubtedly the best match of the week. The Fire fought back from … Continue reading

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What We Learned: Fire 2, Revs 1

Words can’t describe how geeked I was about Wednesday’s victory. Not because it inches us closer to the playoffs. Not because it was against the New England Revolution. But rather, because the Chicago Fire finally got three points in a … Continue reading

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Fire finally win at home, knock off Revs 2-1

The Chicago Fire’s recent home woes came to end Wednesday night, defeating arch rival New England Revolution 2-1 in dramatic fashion at Toyota Park. It was the first home victory for the Men in Red since a 2-1 decision over … Continue reading

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