Nearly eight months after Major League Soccer assumed control of Chivas USA, the future of the league's most troubled franchise remains unclear.
But a resolution may be near. And it's one that could force the team to miss the 2015 season.
Earlier this month, MLS Commissioner Don Garber said he expects to complete the sale of the team by "the end of the season." He will meet with the league's Board of Governors next week to discuss Chivas, among other matters, and the announcement of a new ownership group could soon follow.
That, however, is just the first step of a long, complicated process that could last a year or more. Among the questions still to be...