It's shaping up to be a light news day in the world of the Chicago Fire so without anything too new to report on, I thought I would share a few links with you guys to keep your Wednesday rolling along...
Here's a little write-up from ESPNChicago.com's Scott Powers detailing [Chris Rolfe's upcoming transfer](http://sports.espn.go.com/chicago/columns/story?columnist=powers_scott&id=4479530). Sure it's a bit dated, but it offers a different perspective than the one I went with and it's worth the read.
It may not be up as of right now, but the [New York Times Soccer Blog did a Q+A with Brian McBride yesterday that should be a good read](http://goal.blogs.nytimes.com/2009/09/22/questions-for-brian-mcbride/). The full transcript of the interview should be up sometime this morning so be sure to check it out.
*The McBride Q+A is now up. It doesn't deal with too many Fire related questions but it's definitely a good read. You can check it out [here](http://goal.blogs.nytimes.com/2009/09/23/q-a-brian-mcbride-responds-to-readers/).*
And finally, I would be remiss if I didn't take a second look at the controversial PK call from this weekend. The video is after the jump (skip ahead to 4:00 to see the alleged 'foul') and it pretty clearly shows that Wilman Conde got the ball and Steven Lenhart went all Ralph Macchio on everyone and "karate-kicked" Conde's face. Good call though Mark Geiger. Way to go.
Well that's all for me for today (I know kind of lame...). But I'm hoping to be able to speak with Coach Hamlett and a few players tomorrow so if you would like a question posed to Hamlett, post it below and I'll try and get it answered.