There were no scenes of panic in the moments before the plane crash that wiped out the Chapecoense team in Colombia, according to one of the survivors.
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The ex-Chelsea striker says he is available to feature for the Brazilian side after the tragedy which hit the club last week and left the football world shaken Goal.com Also reported by •SoccerNews.com
Brazilian president Michel Temer expresses his regrets over the "extremely sad" airplane crash in Colombia that left 75 people dead, including footballers from the Brazilian club Chapecoense.. Source: news across the world -
Through thick and thin, the small Brazilian town of Chapeco has stood by its futball team. On Saturday, even under the most extraordinary of circumstances, the supporters were there for their heroes.. Source: Wochit Headline News -
People clapped, cheered and cried as names of the victims of a Colombian plane crash were read during a wake in Chapeco’s Arena Conda on Saturday, December 3. Vigil-goers wore green in honour of the.. Source: Storyful Studio -
Members of Brazil’s armed forces carried the coffins of the members of the football club Chapecoense, who died in a tragic plane crash, into Chapeco’s Arena Conda on Saturday, December 3.Brazilian.. Source: Storyful Studio -
Chelsea's Brazilian players led emotional Premier League tributes on Saturday to the victims of the Chapecoense football club who died in Monday's Colombian air crash
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Earlier in the week, Atletico Medellin, who would have been Chapecoense's rival in final led calls for the Copa to be awarded to their opponents. Chapecoense have never won the trophy before.
In Brazil, thousands of fans have gathered at Chapecoense stadium in Chapeco to pay tribute to those killed when the football team's plane crashed. Bodies of the victims arrived at the stadium in a.. All India Radio
Tens of thousands of people packed the stadium in the southern Brazilian city of Chapeco to bid an emotional farewell to players and other members of the Chapecoense soccer team who died in a plane.. Oneindia
The bodies of 50 players, coaches and staff from a Brazilian football team wiped out in a plane crash in Colombia arrived home Saturday for a massive funeral.
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Bolivian Pilot Miguel Quiroga, whose aircraft crashed killing 71 people 11 miles south of Medellin filed a flight plan claiming the he carried 4 hours 22 minutes of fuel for a 4 hour 22-minute journey. MailOnline India
The bodies of 50 players, coaches and staff from Chapecoense Real, tragically wiped out in a plane crash in Colombia, arrived home for a massive funeral.
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