Chicago Fire fire head coach Raphael Wicky

                                                                                                                                                                                                   
  • The Chicago Fire fired head coach Raphael Wicky on Thursday, a day after its first victory in a month.

    The Chicago Fire fired head coach Raphael Wicky on Thursday, a day after its first victory in a month. Associated Press

 
Associated Press
Updated 9/30/2021 8:33 PM

The Chicago Fire fired head coach Raphael Wicky on Thursday, a day after the MLS team beat New York City FC 2-0 for its first victory in a month.

Assistant coach Frank Klopas will direct the club on an interim basis while the team searches for a replacement. Klopas was head coach from 2011-13.

 

The Fire are 7-15-6 this season. They were 12-25-14 in two seasons under Wicky.

Chicago will resume play Sunday at Toronto FC.

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