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June 5, 2020
by Sean McCaffery

The Fire are back with voluntary workouts as the next level of getting back to full play in MLS. This will allow for far more improvements in fitness and technical training while keeping up the proper rules despite the small groups.

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June 5, 2020
by Sean McCaffery

A new deal has been reached with the players and the league on Wed. and this will keep 2020 moving in whatever direction it will now go in. The accord will cover through 2025, including the torurney in Orlando to restart this season. All this was confirmed in a video conference by the MLS comissioner, Don Garber. I the near future full terms and conditions are expectedd to be released, including the information on the coming tourney.

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June 3, 2020
by Sean McCaffery

The pro team wil now handle all levels ot their youth soccer program. From Ocean County NJ, this long time club will now have an even more special soccer experience in the offing. Their goal has been to give all those involved a soccer home to grow their ability and understanding of the game along with respect as they enjoy the beautiful game in a safe, fun and challenging surrounding. This FC has a far reaching cirriculum for all and even a travel aspect to partake in local high level leagues and tournies. The foundation of this comes from their pre-travel, rec and clinic systems.

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May 29, 2020
by Sean McCaffery

Finally, Chicago is able to train, like the other MLS teams who have been at it for weeks now, they kick off their voluntary training at SeatGeek Stadium as Phase 1 continues, they have been off since March 12. They are subject of course to all local regulations and the MLS ones, so onto the field in 1/4's, no sharing gear etc.

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Robert Beric, courtesy Chicago Fire.

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May 25, 2020
by Sean McCaffery

Like all other teams, these sessions are voluntary and individual at their training center. NJ Executive Order 148 is what allows the team back as it does all pro athletes to do their occupation once again, including person-to-person contact.  The previous safety measures we have detailed are to be followed as well as whatever the Gov't/municipality may mandate. NJ was similar to NY hit hard by this and thusly are almost 3 weeks behind the MLS is getting back to business.

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