CHAPECO, Brazil (AP) " Slowly and steadily, Rafael Henzel will climb into the cramped space to broadcast Saturday's friendly match for Brazilian club Chapecoense, the first since nearly the entire team.. New Zealand Herald
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.. Source: Rumble -
Tens of thousands of mourners packed Medellin’s Atanasio Girardot Sports Complex on the evening of Wednesday, November 30, to pay tribute to the Brazilian football team Chapecoense, whose.. Source: Rumble -
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,.. Source: Rumble -
Tens of thousands of mourners packed Medellin’s Atanasio Girardot Sports Complex to pay tribute to the Brazilian football team Chapecoense, whose players were killed in a plane crash two days.. Source: Rumble -
*Cristiano Ronaldo claimed FIFAs inaugural best player of the year award, the latest prize for the Real Madrid and Portugal star after a glittering 2016 for club and country.
Leicester Citys.. Deccan Herald
Chapecoense, the Brazilian football club devastated by an airline crash, will sign up to 20 players for the new season.
The post Chapecoense to sign up to 20 players for new season with hopes of.. Firstpost
2016 has been a tough year with several of our icons in the fields of cinema, entertainment, sports and politics passing away. Here's thanking each one of them for following their passions and giving.. DNA
*Rio de Janeiro:* Former Uruguay striker Sebastian "Loco" Abreu has said that his signing with Brazilian minnows Bangu represented "a good fit" as he extends his professional football career to a 23rd.. Mid-Day
Preliminary investigations have confirmed that a plane that crashed in the Colombian mountains last month killing 71 people including most of a Brazilian football team was out of fuel, officials.. All India Radio
Preliminary investigations have confirmed that a plane that crashed in the Colombian mountains last month killing 71 people including most of a Brazilian football club was out of fuel, officials said.. Firstpost
BOGOTA (Reuters) - Errors by the pilot, airline and Bolivian regulators are to blame for a plane crash in Colombia that killed 71 people last month, including most of Brazil's Chapecoense soccer team,.. Reuters India