2010 Chicago Fire Roster

Major League Soccer (MLS)
Team Record: 9-12-9 - 36 points
Finishing 4th in MLS's Eastern Conference
Coach: Carlos de los Cobos (9-12-9)
Location: Chicago, Illinois
Attendance: 237,216, Avg. 13,954 in 17 home dates
2010 Chicago Fire Statistics

The Chicago Fire of Major League Soccer ended the 2010 season with a record of 9 wins and 12 losses and 9 ties for 36 points finishing fourth in MLS's Eastern Conference.

Chicago recorded 37 goals and conceded 38. Marco Pappa scored 7 goals for the Fire, while Baggio Husidic and Brian McBride contributed five or more, too. Patrick Nyarko accounted for 10 assists. Andrew Dykstra topped the squad with 5 wins and a team-best 0.82 goals against average, best among qualifying goalkeepers.

Carlos de los Cobos coached the team.

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Player Pos. Birth Date Height Weight Hometown
Mike BannerMOctober 20, 19845'10"160Washington, DC
Corben BoneMSeptember 16, 19885'9"152Plano, TX
C.J. BrownDJune 15, 19756'0"185Eugene, OR
Calen CarrFOctober 4, 19826'0"150Oakland, CA
Nery CastilloFJune 13, 19845'7"150San Luis Potosi, Mexico
Wilman CondeDAugust 29, 19826'2"188Cali, Colombia
Stefan DimitrovFOctober 8, 19846'1"180Veliko Tarnovo, Bulgaria
Andrew DykstraGJanuary 2, 19866'4"205Woodbridge, VA
Baggio HusidicF-MMay 19, 19876'1"172Velika Kladusa, Bosnia & Herzegovina
Collins JohnFOctober 17, 19855'11"200Zwedru, Liberia
Sean JohnsonGMay 31, 19896'3"217Atlanta, GA
Steven KinneyDOctober 28, 19876'0"183Norcross, GA
Krzysztof KrolDFebruary 6, 19876'1"160Rydultowy, Poland
Freddie LjungbergM-FApril 16, 19775'9"161Vittsjo, Sweden
Peter LowryMOctober 2, 19855'11"165Missoula, MT
Justin MappMOctober 18, 19846'1"160Brandon, MS
Julio MartinezMJuly 8, 19856'1"165Coatepeque, El Salvador
Brian McBrideFJune 19, 19726'0"175Arlington Heights, IL
Patrick NyarkoFJanuary 15, 19866'0"160Kumasi, Ghana
Marco PappaMNovember 15, 19875'10"155Guatemala City, Guatemala
Logan PauseMAugust 22, 19815'10"158Hillsborough, NC
Victor PinedaMMarch 15, 19935'11"152Bolingbrook, IL
Bratislav RisticMJanuary 21, 19805'10"Nis, Yugoslavia
Dasan RobinsonDJune 6, 19845'11"160Evanston, IL
Gonzalo SegaresDOctober 13, 19825'11"170San Jose, Costa Rica
John ThorringtonMOctober 17, 19795'8"150Johannesburg, South Africa
Deris UmanzorDJanuary 7, 19805'7"149Santa Rosa de Lima, El Salvador
Tim WardDFebruary 28, 19876'0"165Waukesha, WI
Kwame Watson-SiriboeDNovember 13, 19866'3"196Chino Hills, CA



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