Picturesque Juanacatlan – my father’s home town.
OTF’s Robert Suarez continues his look back at Chicago fútbol life… Continue reading
Historically, one of America’s classiest and most recognized soccer clubs. (image: sportslogos.net)
Like many Chicagoans old enough to remember our beloved Sting, OTF’s Robert Suarez faces a dilemma, and comes to a surprising conclusion…
That’s me in the vest, with my little brother Ricky, posing with a member of the Chicago Tanners Soccer Club in the early 1960’s.
OTF’s Robert Suarez is back with the third installment of his series of memoirs charting a Chicago fútbol life…
The newest member of #cf97 Nation may be young, but he knows a good photo op when he sees one!
Join OTF’s Robert Suarez as he welcomes a special new friend to the Chicago Fire family…
My father’s hand written Spanish notation reads: Carlos Garcia, alias El Chavira, left wing for Guadalajara and Oro. Dated 1/5/1956
OTF contributor Robert Suarez is back with the second installment in his series of memoirs charting a Chicago fútbol life…
My father, Ramon Suarez, wore the classic red/black Atlas jersey while we sat on the lakefront at Calumet Park on Chicago’s south side, circa 1954.
OTF is pleased to welcome new contributor Robert Suarez, who brings us the first in his series of memoirs that chart a Chicago futbol life…