ROLFE RETURNS TO THE FIRE
RECAPS
PREVIEWS
EXTRA TIME
BRIAN SCIARETTA - Monday, April 16, 2012
Today it was announced that former US international Chris Rolfe has left Danish Superliga Club Aalborg BK and has returned to his former club, the Chicago Fire.

Rolfe, 29, has been with Aalborg since 2010 but suffered multiple injuries since he was there. During his time there he scored six goals in 35 league games.

The Chicago Fire confirmed the news on its website but team press officer Brenden Hannan did not reveal how the length of the new contract with the fire.

"Per club and league policy we do not disclose player contracts," Hannan told YA.

The former University of Dayton Flyer will now be returning to the Fire where he played from 2005-2009. During those five seasons, Rolfe scored 36 goals in 123 appearances.

As a native of Kettering, Ohio Rolfe was capped 10 times by the US national team with his last international appearance coming in 2008.
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