The “Fireplace Nagy” chants may be heard throughout Chicago, from Soldier Area all the best way to Matt Nagy’s son’s soccer video games.
The Bears have now misplaced 5 straight video games, and followers are annoyed, to say the least. They’ve aimed their anger at the 43-year-old head coach, who has discovered himself in the midst of nearly all of Bears-related drama this season.
After Sunday’s 16-13 loss to the Ravens, the Soldier Area crowd broke out into “Fireplace Nagy” chants. Then, on Monday night time on the Bulls vs. Pacers sport on the United Middle, “Fireplace Nagy” chants might be heard. Then, on Tuesday, video surfaced displaying that “Fireplace Nagy” chants took over his personal son’s soccer sport on Saturday night time.
Nagy’s son performs soccer for Lake Forest Excessive College in a Chicago suburb. Lake Forest performed Cary-Grove Excessive College on Saturday, and Cary-Grove captured a blowout victory, which prompted the Cary-Grove pupil part to begin yelling “Fireplace Nagy.”
Cary-Grove principal Neil Lesinski posted an apology on Twitter on Tuesday morning. His full assertion:
It would not seem to be the “Fireplace Nagy” chants can be going wherever if the Bears proceed to lose. They have an opportunity to get their fourth win of the season on Thanksgiving after they play the 0-9-1 Lions.
On Tuesday, there was a rumor circulating that Nagy’s final sport as coach could be in opposition to the Lions on Thursday. Nagy addressed these rumors with the media on Tuesday, claiming that they’re “not accurate.”