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Carolina Challenge Cup, Don Garber at Kickoff Luncheon, MLS 11 Preview, Open Issues Poll, and more!

Sean, Davis on TFC Win | Chicago Fire Soccer Club
VIDEO: Johnson, Paul discuss the Fire's 1-0 victory

CDLC Happy With Result | Chicago Fire Soccer Club
de los Cobos: TFC win helps grow confidence

Fire beat Toronto FC in Carolina Challenge Cup - Chicago Breaking Sports
The Fire play UNC-Charleston at 1 p.m. on Sunday at Charleston Southern University. They'll resume Challenge Cup play on Wednesday against D.C. United.

FIRE DRILL  Man down Chicago holds off Toronto
Just another recap of the match.

Soccer By Ives: Sunday MLS Ticker: Pappa lifts Chicago, D.C. defeats Charleston, and more
Here is a roundup of the rest of Saturday's MLS preseason action.

Major League Soccer (MLS) Rumors – REPORT: Carolina Challenge Cup Kicks Off With the “Coffee Pot Cup” In Charleston Today
Until 2008 the team which won the Carolina Challenge Cup went on to win either the Supporters Shield or MLS Cup. The only exceptions to this were the 2008 and 2010 winners San Jose Earthquakes and DC United respectively which turned out to be shockingly bad teams. DC United and Charleston Battery have developed a rivalry.

Fire Confidential Poll - Open Issues - Fire Confidential
What is the most important task for the club to address?

Season Preview | Chicago Fire Soccer Club
ESPN: Fire must find early rhythm

The Weekly | Chicago Fire Soccer Club
Fire looking to finish Carolina Challenge Cup strong

High Expectations | Chicago Fire Soccer Club
VIDEO: Veteran defender Cory Gibbs looks forward to 2011

Don Garber To Speak At Kickoff Luncheon | Chicago Fire Soccer Club
Limited tickets remain for Fire’s annual charity event

Soccer: MLS 2011 team preview, Chicago Fire - ESPN
The Fire's makeover is so extensive that its 2011 edition could really be anything at all, ranging from a mismatched bunch of rookies and foreigners to an energetic and skillful collective, writes Leander Schaerlaeckens.