After humbling defeats that exposed bigger-picture issues, both Man United and Chelsea turn to the FA Cup for a rebound and validation, all while their managers' long-term futures remain in the balance.
Marco Fabian is eager to show he's still at his best after an injury-riddled stint with Eintracht Frankfurt, and he's wasting little time getting to know his new surroundings–both on the field and as an NBA fan.
Minnesota United midfielder Collin Martin came out as gay last summer, and he details his experience doing so as a pro athlete–and his hilarious segment on James Corden's Late Late Show–on the Planet Fútbol Podcast
Claudio and Danielle Reyna experienced tragedy upon the death of their son, Jack, but his memory and legacy endure and are carried on in part by another son and U.S. youth national team standout, Giovanni.
Until its unlikely run, scrappy Chapecoense was an afterthought in Brazilian soccer. But what should have been its magical moment turned into a national tragedy, and now the survivors are struggling to carry on.
Lizandro Claros Saravia was just keeping ICE apprised of his college soccer scholarship. Days later, he and his brother were deported to El Salvador and have continued picking up the pieces of their lives in Nicaragua.