First of all, you dont need to care, just respect it. Your first comment was very disrespectful.
Now Ill tell you the history behind it.
Chapecoense is a small team that was playing the 4th division in 2011. In 2014 they were playing in the first division. But in Brazil, all small teams that qualifies for 1st division gets relegated on their first season, but Chape didnt, to be more specific, they had a Great run that year.
Chape was loved by everyone, they were the only team in main division thats not from a big city. They literally had no rivals.
Now lets talk about 2016. Chapecoense had the cheapest roster from the First division. Their most famous player was Cléber Santana who played for Santos, São Paulo and atlético de Madrid. There were no stars, but they managed to beat San Lorenzo, the champion of Libertadores 2014 (SA version of Champions League) to qualify to the Grand final of Sudamericana (SA version of UEFA Cup), where they were going to face Atlético Nacional, the champion of Libertadores 2016.
As you said, they were nonamers, but they were making their history.
As chape's president said, they were on chape's most important flight ever.
So please, show some respect at least. And no, you dont have bigger problems than 76 died humans.
Ahh, i almost forgot.
Its not just the biggest tragedy of LatinAmerica sports, its also the biggest tragedy of brazilian journalism.