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Chicago Fire hire Serbia under-20 coach Veljko Paunovic

Serbian football is on the rise thanks to under-20 World Cup-winning manager Veljko Paunovic.
Veljko Paunovic led Serbia to the Under-20 World Cup in the summer.

The Chicago Fire hired Serbian manager Veljko Paunovic as their new coach on Tuesday.

Paunovic, 38, led Serbia to the Under-20 World Cup crown this summer, when his squad beat the United States on penalties in the quarterfinals.

He replaces Frank Yallop, who was fired in September while Chicago went on to finish with the worst record in Major League Soccer.

"In the face of stiff competition from other global soccer clubs, we are extremely fortunate to have secured our first choice, Veljko Paunovic,...

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FC Dallas' Bakary Soumare announces retirement on 30th birthday

Bakary Soumare moved from Montreal to FC Dallas in a midseason trade.

FC Dallas defender Bakary Soumare says he will retire at the end of the season because of recurring injuries.

Soumare annnounced he was ending his career with an Instagram post on Monday, his 30th birthday.

"Recent health setbacks have made this a necessity," he wrote.

Soumare, a former Mali international, played in college at Virginia and was the No. 2 overall pick in the 2007 MLS SuperDraft. He played with the Chicago Fire until moving to France with Boulogne in 2009.

After a loan spell with...

Red Bulls win MLS Supporters' Shield; Sporting Kansas City nabs playoff spot

The New York Red Bulls claim the 2015 MLS Supporters' Shield for compiling the best record during the regular season following their Decision Day victory on Sunday at Toyota Park against the Chicago Fire.

Sacha Kljestan scored a goal and provided an assist to help the New York Red Bulls win the Supporters' Shield as Major League Soccer's regular-season champion with a 2-1 victory over the Chicago Fire on Sunday night.

The top-seeded Red Bulls, who have a first-round bye in the Eastern Conference playoffs, won their second Supporters' Shield in three seasons. They also snapped a 14-game winless streak at Toyota Park.

The Fire finished with consecutive losses and at the bottom of the Eastern Conference.