Thursday August 7th, 2014

Chicago Fire

The Chicago Fire ended the first half of the MLS season at 3-5-13, and have 22 points, which is tied for the second-worst in the league. The team is currently ranked 9th in the East; the top five clubs in each conference make the playoffs.

Harry Shipp, Mike Magee, and Quincy Amarikwa lead the team with six goals each. No members of the Fire made the 2014 MLS All-Star team.

Chicago's schedule for the second half of the 2014 MLS regular season is below.

08/10 New York Red Bulls (H)

08/16 Montreal Impact (A)

08/23 Toronto FC (A)

08/30 FC Dallas (H)

09/07 New England Revolution (A)

09/13 Toronto FC (H)

09/20 D.C. United (H)

09/28 Houston Dynamo (A)

10/02 Philadelphia Union (A)

10/05 Montreal Impact (H)

10/10 Sporting Kansas City (A)

10/18 D.C. United (A)

10/24 Houston Dynamo (H)

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