Posts tagged "Tigres UANL"

Fire fall to Tigres in SuperLiga Final

The Fire’s SuperLiga dream came to a not so super close tonight, as the team lost a gutting match to Tigres UANL 4-3 in penalty kicks at Toyota Park. The Fire came out on all cylinders to start the match and they were able to take the early lead in the 10th minute when Patrick... Read more »

Matchday 8-5

The Fire are all set to take on Mexican Club Tigres UANL tonight and though I won’t be at Toyota Park to provide you with any insight or the starting lineups, I thought I would post a matchday piece anyway.  So feel free to post any thoughts you have during the Fire match (and the... Read more »

Fire vs. Tigres UANL: Previewing the Final

Fire Head Coach Denis Hamlett entered this year’s SuperLiga tournament with one clear goal: Win. It. All. Tonight Hamlett and his charges finally get the chance to do just that, as they take on Mexican club Tigres UANL (some links on Tigres and more are at the post’s end…) at Toyota Park tonight (7 p.m.... Read more »
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Fire vs. Tigres: Player Evaluations

As I’m sure all of you now know, the Fire’s modest two-game winning streak came to an end Saturday night when they fell to Mexican team Tigres UANL by a score of 2-1. The Fire were still able to advance to SuperLiga’s semifinals (courtesy of Chivas USA, who tied with San Luis on Saturday) where... Read more »

Fire 1 - Tigres 2

The Fire fell 2-1 to Mexican club Tigres UANL on Saturday night, but despite the result the Fire was able to advance to the semifinals of SuperLiga. The Fire barely scratched through to the semis, getting through on a Cuauhtemoc Blanco 84th minute penalty kick conversion. The Fire really didn’t play too well throughout the... Read more »

Profiling (and Previewing...) Tigres UANL

The Fire is set to take on Mexican side Tigres UANL in their third (and final) SuperLiga group stage match tomorrow night.  Tigres, who play in the northern Mexican city of Monterrey, are interestingly enough the official team of the publicly owned university in the Mexican state of Nuevo Leon. Tigres qualified for SuperLiga action... Read more »
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