Tag Archives: north america

Extinguished? | Chicago Fire #8 | Football Manager Stories

In the previous VivaGlobetrotting post we saw how Alejandro Hurtado is a wanted man as he turned down three interview opportunities for manager roles in Spain. Continue reading Extinguished? | Chicago Fire #8 | Football Manager Stories

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Remarkable Improvement | Chicago Fire #7 | Football Manager Stories

In the previous VivaGlobetrotting post we showed how our new funky defensive formation was helping us to be more solid at the back, improving our fortunes in attack. Continue reading Remarkable Improvement | Chicago Fire #7 | Football Manager Stories

Mixed Fortunes | Chicago Fire #6 | Football Manager Stories

The slow progression made in Alejandro Hurtado’s first full season in charge meant that the Chilean was able to prepare for the 2030 MLS season without any pressure hanging over him. Continue reading Mixed Fortunes | Chicago Fire #6 | Football Manager Stories

Hurtado’s Toughest Challenge? | Chicago Fire #5 | Football Manager Stories

Having joined Chicago Fire with just eight real/regen players in the squad Alejandro Hurtado knew that it would be a tough task in turning around the fortunes of Chicago Fire. Continue reading Hurtado’s Toughest Challenge? | Chicago Fire #5 | Football Manager Stories

Grey Men | Chicago Fire #2 | Football Manager Stories

We have reached the end of the 2028 season in North America. But from 4 MLS games, did Alejandro Hurtado have enough time to assess his squad and turn their fortunes around? Continue reading Grey Men | Chicago Fire #2 | Football Manager Stories

MLS Adventure | Chicago Fire #1 | Football Manager Stories

At the end of the previous VivaGlobetrotting post we discussed how Alejandro Hurtado’s future at River Plate depended on the outcome of their Copa Libertadores campaign. Continue reading MLS Adventure | Chicago Fire #1 | Football Manager Stories