As Marco Fabián Begins Life In Philadelphia, He Wants To Get Back To Having Fun Playing Soccer

"It's not that difficult for me to find out what really happened and in which condition he is. It's just a few calls to people I know very well and are around him, and they gave me the right information," Tanner said. "We also got a confirmation out of Frankfurt from the physiotherapist there about his training record. … He is fit, he can play, he can start with us in the second phase of preseason."

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As Marco Fabián begins life in Philadelphia, he wants to get back to having fun playing soccer
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