Robbie Keane welcomes primetime MLS television viewers to the 2015 season.
It’s too early to say anything overly positive or overly critical, so OTF’s Brian Howe Battle does both.
“Yallop was once asked if he might be tempted to roll out a 4-3-3 and he replied, wryly, ‘You can call it whatever you like, but you already know what it will be.'” -San Jose Earthquakes writer Nerdy Gales in an 11/1/13 OTF Guest Blog
You could call the beginning of this season whatever you would like, but part of your psyche already knows what it will be. But let’s not get ahead of ourselves…
Close your Lisa Frank Trapper-Keepers and put down your no. 2 pencils, the mid-term grades for Chicago Fire n00bz are in, and some are better than others.
Graham Zusi dominates, but Sporting KC drops two points to the Fire (kansascity.com)
T.J. Zaremba dissects another one point pick up for the Fire.
Quincy Amarikwa: “Draw me like one of your Fire matches.” (YahooSports)
OTF’s Brian Howe Battle ruins your World Cup afterglow with a soddy, soggy affair…
The rookie will learn to use his head more (photo: Chicago-fire.com)
OTF’s Alex White draws some mixed conclusions after the Fire’s latest result…
Chicago’s new soccer boss added five players this week in his quest to strengthen his club’s greatest weakness. (photo: chicago-fire.com)
A look at what Chris Ritter, Marco Franco, Jhon Kennedy Hurtado, and Patrick Ianni will bring to Chicago Fire’s defense…