With the fewest wins and second fewest points in MLS and no wins since June 12, Chicago Fire interim coach Frank Klopas is feeling frustrated.
"I wake up every morning feeling positive," Klopas said. "For me having grown up here, there's a lot of pride for me for this team. I'm definitely not happy where we are. And I want the guys to understand -- and they do -- that we have put everything on the field, everything we have to try to change things."
Klopas is 1-3-6 since taking over for Carlos de los Cobos in late May. The latest loss -- 4-2 at Vancouver, last in the overall standings -- was a new low.
""When you score two goals on the road and you feel the way you've been playing, that's good enough to get a result," says Klopas. "We made some errors, which were costly."