The 3-1 loss seemed to be over as early as Sebastian Giovinco’s first goal in the 28′.
Following back-to-back shutouts and seven points in their last three matches, the Fire will leave Toyota Park for an away streak that will test the team’s newfound chemistry.
On Sunday, April 23, a youthful US U-17 team loaded with future prospects will look to further themselves along toward CONCACAF glory in a match against Jamaica.
After three consecutive games at home, the Fire are beginning to gain respect around the MLS, thanks in part to a trifecta of new talent.
Hosting the New England Revs on Saturday, the Fire are in an early playoff picture for the first time in a long time.
Dax McCarty slotted a beautiful 40-yard through ball to assist Nemanja Nikolic in a one-time strike that deflected past Zack Steffen to give the Fire the lead,…… Read more “Fire: Nikolic’s Goal Leads an Improving Fire Over Columbus”
Heading into Saturday’s match, the Fire must not depend on Schweinsteiger to carry a team that has too many issues for one man to fix.