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MAJOR LEAGUE SOCCER

2018/2019 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
1 Atlanta 0 0 0 0
2 Chicago 0 0 0 0
3 Columbus 0 0 0 0
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Chicago Fire trade winger David Accam to Philadelphia Union

Major League Soccer: David Accam (80') Chicago Fire 2-1 New England Revolution
Major League Soccer: David Accam (57') Chicago Fire 2-0 Colorado Rapids

PHILADELPHIA -- The Chicago Fire have traded David Accam to the Philadelphia Union in a major trade, the league confirmed at the MLS SuperDraft on Friday.

As first reported by ESPN FC, the Fire will receive $1.2 million in allocation money -- $300,000 in general and $900,000 in targeted allocation funds -- making the deal among the most expensive between MLS clubs.

The allocation money used is higher than the initial sums in trades that sent Darlington Nagbe to Atlanta and Dom Dwyer to Orlando, but...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

LAFC picks Akron's Joao Moutinho with top pick in MLS SuperDraft

Former Akron University star Joao Moutinho says he's ecstatic about playing for Bob Bradley after being selected No. 1 overall by LAFC in the 2018 MLS SuperDraft.
Bob Bradley discusses what it's been like putting a team together from scratch for the second time in MLS as LAFC continue preparing for their inaugural season.

LAFC selected a pair of full-backs with two of the first three picks in Friday's MLS SuperDraft for college players, starting with Akron's Joao Moutinho with the top selection.

But perhaps the biggest news to come out of the draft came when hosts Philadelphia Union sent $1.2 million in allocation to the Chicago Fire for winger David Accam.

Moutinho, who turned 20 last week, is primarily a left-back but can play in both defense and midfield. The Portugal native scored three goals with five...

Bastian Schweinsteiger signs new Chicago Fire deal, eyes silverware

With Bastian Schweinsteiger set to return in 2018, enjoy some of his best goals, assists and skills from his first season in Chicago.
Take a look back at the highlights from Chicago's 2017 season, including the signing of Bastian Schweinsteiger.

Bastian Schweinsteiger has signed a new deal with MLS club Chicago Fire and set his sights on winning a trophy.

Bayern Munich and Germany great Schweinsteiger, 33, put pen to paper on a new contract as a designated player for the 2018 season.

He told the club's official website: "Our year ended without a trophy, and so it felt incomplete. As a sportsman I cannot accept this.

"I love this city, I love this sport, and I love winning. And so it is with great happiness that I announce my return to the...

Bastian Schweinsteiger in talks with Chicago Fire over new contract

Take a look back at the highlights from Chicago's 2017 season, including the signing of Bastian Schweinsteiger.

Former Germany international Bastian Schweinsteiger says he is in talks with Chicago Fire over a new contract.

Schweinsteiger, 33, joined the Fire on a one-year-deal in 2017 and made 25 appearances in his debut season but is now a free agent. However, as he wants to continue his career, he has confirmed talks with the MLS club and is confident he will return for the new season.

"I want to continue playing football," he said at a PR event in Germany. "We are currently in talks. And I definitely want...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Dax McCarty signs two-year contract extension with Chicago Fire

McCarty action vs NY Red Bulls 171025
The Chicago Fire have signed Dax McCarty to a two-year contract extension.

Dax McCarty has signed a two-year contract extension that will keep him with the Chicago Fire until at least 2019, the club announced on Thursday.

McCarty, 30, joined the Fire from New York Red Bulls in a shock move ahead of the 2017 season after spending more than five years with the Red Bulls.

The new deal is guaranteed until 2019 and Chicago has an option for the 2020 season.

"After taking time to reflect on the 2017 season, I've come away with a very clear picture of what the future looks like...