Chicago seeks to halt its slump

May 24, 2007
By Jeff Carlisle, ESPNsoccernet
It was just three weeks ago that the New York Red Bulls and the Chicago Fire were flying high. Both teams had taken 10 points from their first four games and appeared ready to set the early pace in Major League Soccer's Eastern Conference. But in the parity-driven world of MLS, a slump -- or a simple return to normalcy -- is never far away.

The Red Bulls have endured a few hiccups in the last few weeks, crashing out of the U.S. Open ...

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