En su primera temporada como profesional, la madurez y el esfuerzo del canterano y novato Mauricio Pineda no pasaron desapercibidos. “Tuvo una temporada fantástica”, comentó el director técnico de la Selección Masculina de EE.UU. Gregg Berhalter en...
Mauricio Pineda and Djordje Mihailovic called to national team; Fire decline Brandt Bronico’s option
by: Brian Sandalow — Chicago Sun-Times 19h
Pineda and Mihailovic were called to the U.S. national team for its upcoming camp before the Dec. 9 game against El Salvador. Bronico was let go after making 10 appearances this year.
by: Tyler Terens — MLS: Chicago Fire 1 Dec
What an honor for Fire Homegrowns Djordje Mihailović and Mauricio Pineda to be called into U.S. Men’s National Team camp amidst such an exciting time for the Stars and Stripes. For Mihailović, it’s a testament to the work he’s put in to get back...
by: Patrick McCraney — SB Nation: Hot Time In Old Town 30 Nov
Mihailovic has five USMNT caps. It’s Pineda’s first call up to the senior national team.
by: Patrick McCraney — SB Nation: Hot Time In Old Town 29 Nov
The MLS conference semifinals kick off this afternoon
by: Brian Sandalow — Chicago Sun-Times 28 Nov
Pineda signing a Homegrown contract was a moment long anticipated by the Fire, and he lived up to the expectations in his first year.
by: Tyler Terens — MLS: Chicago Fire 27 Nov
Dear CFFC faithful, I’ve been wrestling with the idea of writing this letter. It popped into my head as I laid awake following the back-and-forth loss at Orlando City SC in September. This typically happens to me following a game. I lie awake with...
by: Tyler Terens — MLS: Chicago Fire 25 Nov
Unfortunately, much like the MLS season, Thanksgiving is going to look quite different for a lot of us this year. For me, it is usually spent in New York with 20 members of my family – family from all across the WORLD - packed into my Aunt and Uncle’s
by: Tom BogertContributor — MLS: MLS Insider 23 Nov
TRANSFER TRACKER STATUS: Signing Chicago Fire FC have acquired defender Jhon Espinoza from Ecuadorian club S.D. Aucas, the club announced Monday. He's under contract with Chicago through the 2023 season, with two more club options thereafter....
by: Chicago Fire Communications — MLS: Chicago Fire 23 Nov
CHICAGO (Nov. 23, 2020) – Chicago Fire FC announced today that the Club has acquired 21-year-old Ecuadorian defender Jhon Espinoza via transfer from S.D. Aucas (Ecuador). Espinoza will be added to the Fire’s roster pending a medical and receipt of...
by: Patrick McCraney — SB Nation: Hot Time In Old Town 23 Nov
The 21-year-old is signed through the 2023 season
by: John Carollo III — Fansided: MLS Multiplex 22 Nov
Here's a breakdown of what went wrong with the Chicago Fire in 2020 In a year where sports probably shouldn't have been played at all, Major League Soccer ...
by: Brian Sandalow — Chicago Sun-Times 21 Nov
They have three designated players and a 28-man roster, but the Fire shouldn’t be shy about upgrading where they can.
by: Patrick McCraney — SB Nation: Hot Time In Old Town 20 Nov
It’s clear the current logo is on the way out, but what do we want in its place?