Chicago Fire Sign Nemanja Nikolic from Legia Warsaw

Chicago Fire have signed Hungarian international striker Nemanja Nikolic to a three year Designated Player contract. Nikolic will be 29 on New Years Eve...

Columbus Crew SC-Chicago Fire Player Ratings

Columbus Crew SC-Chicago Fire player ratings. Columbus Crew SC won 3-0 against their bitter rivals. Here is how each player did during the match.

Last Word SC Lost Episode: 2016 MLS SuperDraft And January Camp

(September 8, 2016) - On this final edition (hopefully) of Last Word SC Radio's Lost Episode series, Matt and Alec review the 2016 MLS...

Players to watch in NYCFC vs. Chicago Fire

On Friday, September 22, NYCFC will take on the Chicago Fire at 8pm EST at Yankee Stadium. This will be the third match up...
Seattle Sounders

Last Word SC: Chicago Fire (Guillermo Rivera) And Seattle Sounders Playoffs Push

(August 25, 2016) - It's our two year anniversary! Our first ever podcast was on August 23, 2014. Somebody get us a toddler safe...

Dos Santos Goal Helps LA Galaxy Draw Fire 2-2

BRIDGEVIEW, IL (August 24, 2016) - The scoreline wasn't pretty and neither was the game. In the LA Galaxy's second Eastern Conference road game...

Last Word SC Radio: 2019 MLS Season Preview!

Podcast (February 26, 2019) - What's up Internet? This week on Last Word SC Radio, editor Rachael McKriger joins Matt and Dan for a...
Vancouver Whitecaps

Last Word SC Radio: Midweek MLS Madness And Caps Talk With Nick Hendrickson

Podcast (September 28, 2017) - What's up Internet? This week on Last Word SC Radio, we're talking midweek MLS action and Vancouver Whitecaps. Last...
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Last Word SC Radio: MLS Christmas Shopping and New Years Resolutions

Podcast (December 27, 2018) - What's up Internet? Merry Christmas and Happy New Year! This week on Last Word SC Radio, Matt and Dan...
David Accam

David Accam Draft Day Trade Highlights Big Week for Chicago Fire

The Chicago Fire were part of a blockbuster trade on Friday as they sent attacking winger David Accam to the Philadelphia Union in exchange for $1.2 million in allocation money.