Home Sports Ignacio Aliseda came to the Chicago Fire with lofty expectations. But when COVID-19 shut things down, he struggled in a new country just weeks after joining the team.

Ignacio Aliseda came to the Chicago Fire with lofty expectations. But when COVID-19 shut things down, he struggled in a new country just weeks after joining the team.

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“Nacho,” as he’s called by teammates and relatives, comes from a big family: he has seven siblings and is close with about half of them as well as his mother, grandparents, uncles and aunts. Growing up in Buenos Aires, his family served as inspiration — his mom is his motivation who taught him about hard work, his sister preached persistence and never giving up, his brother hammered in the idea of discipline.

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