On The Fire’s MLS Playoff savant Stephen Mangat rocks you like a hurricane!
On The Fire is pleased to introduce contributing writer Ricardo Ortiz. Tonight, we go to war…
To Power Rank or Not to Power Rank? For the last time in 2012, this is the question.
They blinked. After a successful first half of play, one which resembled their fine, clinical performance at Red Bull Arena three weeks ago, your Chicago Fire entered the pitch with eyes wide shut in the second half on Saturday.
Friends, this one’s for all the marbles. Sort of. Well, as many marbles as both the Fire and United can hope to gain at this point anyway.
On The Fire’s Stephen Mangat is back with the goods on the hottest team in the East, four-time MLS Cup champions DC United.
The West is set. The East is not.
To Power Rank or Not to Power Rank? For the second to last time in 2012, this is the question.
After last Saturday night’s catastrophe, I suspect the jig is up on Chicago’s 4-2-3-1 (ish) tactical formation.
Warning: there’s a fair amount of cursing and other graphic language in this Dispatch. So kids, don’t tell your parents, okay?
On The Fire’s Stephen Mangat is back once again to school you on the Revs…
A few weeks back, while riding the #FireBus to KC, I met some fine folks and fans of the blog who let me in on a little secret. “You see,” they told me, “there’s this illustration inspired by Fire play-by-play man Dan Kelly that’s going to rock the entire #cf97 Nation.” “Really?” I said. “Well how about giving me a look?” And oh were they right.
On The Fire’s Roberto Diaz is here to bring you a meaningful reflection on time well spent…
Dear Readers, we’re taking a needed break this week. But we’ll be back next week with…
On The Fire’s Scott Fenwick is on the road tending to family business, but that didn’t stop him from reveling in and reflecting upon Chicago’s 2-0 victory at New York.
Back again for the third time in a week, show some love for our favorite tactical expert, Mr. Stephen Mangat! [cue the applause]
On The Fire’s roving reporter Roberto Diaz was in the press box on Wednesday night while Scott suffered through another seminar. Let’s reflect on the Union match with RDIII, shall we?
Wednesday marks another Chicago Fire home game at fortress Toyota Park. Tuesday, Roberto Diaz (RDIII) was on the scene at training.
On The Fire’s favorite Son of Ben Stephen Mangat is back to wax poetic about his beloved Philadelphia Union.