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MAJOR LEAGUE SOCCER

2019/2020 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
9 New England 6 6 8 24
10 Chicago 5 7 9 22
11 Columbus 5 2 14 17
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Late goal gets FC Cincinnati past Fire

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Fanendo Adi punished Nico Gaitan for his first half penalty miss, as the Fire's misery continued at the hands of FC Cincinnati.

Fanendo Adi scored his first goal of the season in the 83rd minute as FC Cincinnati defeated the host Chicago Fire 2-1 on Saturday night in Bridgeview, Ill.

Allan Cruz also scored for Cincinnati (5-13-2, 17 points), which has won two in a row after snapping a six-game losing streak with a 3-2 victory against Houston last weekend.

Nicolas Gaitan missed two penalty kicks for Chicago (5-9-7, 22 points), although he was able to score on the rebound of the second to tie the score in first-half stoppage...

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The inaugural cup competition will begin in the United States over July 23 and 24 (watch matches on ESPN and streaming on ESPN+) and see Houston Dynamo face Club America, Real Salt Lake host Tigres, Chicago Fire play Cruz Azul and LA Galaxy take on Club Tijuana. The MLS teams will all play at home.

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Chicago agrees to $65m deal to leave stadium

Taylor Twellman explains why Soldier Field needs to be a bridge, not a solution, if Chicago Fire are to move into the city from Bridgeview.
Chicago Fire have yet to win away from home this season as pressure continues to pile on Veljko Paunovic following a 1-0 defeat to Sporting KC.

The Chicago Fire will pay $65.5 million to leave the suburban Chicago stadium that has been the team's home for more than a decade.

On Tuesday, the Chicago Tribune reported the team has agreed to pay the community of Bridgeview to break its lease at SeatGeek Stadium, which is approximately 15 miles southwest of downtown Chicago.

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The agreement calls for the Fire to pay $10 million upfront plus $5...