WATCH: Chicago Fire's Logan Pause talks changed role in 2013, hopes for Fire under Frank Yallop

Fire captain on changed role, bitter end to 2013 and direction of the club under Yallop

Logan Pause

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Leo Flores Chicago Fire

The 2013 Chicago Fire season might not be the most memorable in Logan Pause’s career 11-year career with the Men in Red.

The Fire captain came off a 2012 campaign where he achieved a career-high 32 MLS appearances only to see his playing time cut more than half with a career low 15 games played in 2013. 

As a competitor, you want to be on the field, you want to be competing, you want to be out there,” Pause told Chicago-Fire.com as he reflected on the 2013 season, “but that’s the reality of the game that we play and just accept the role and responsibilities as they come. I’d like to think I still had an impact with the guys and hopefully still made our team better.”

Last week we spoke to the Fire captain about the bitter end to 2013, his role change, feelings on new head coach and Director of Soccer Frank Yallop and hopes for himself and the team heading into the 2014 season.

Watch the full interview below: