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Footballer walks for first time since Colombia jet crash

footballer walks for first time since colombia jet crash
Brazilian Helio Neto was one of just six pulled alive from the wreckage of the jet which crashed down near Medellin, Colombia, killing 71 - including most of the Chapecoense football team.
MailOnline

Atletico Nacional win FIFA Fair Play award

Atletico Nacional have been awarded the 2016 FIFA Fair Play award for their response to the Colombian air tragedy that struck Chapecoense. Chapecoense were travelling to Medellin to face Atletico in..
SoccerNews.com

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News video: Chapecoense Fans Pay Tribute to Crash Victims at Stadium Memorial

Chapecoense Fans Pay Tribute to Crash Victims at Stadium Memorial 00:32

Fans of &lt;a href=&quot;https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Associa%C3%A7%C3%A3o_Chapecoense_de_Futebol&quot; target=&quot;_blank&quot;&gt;Chapecoense&lt;/a&gt; gathered at..
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News video: Fans Pack Chapeco Stadium For Plane Crash Wake

Fans Pack Chapeco Stadium For Plane Crash Wake 01:00

People clapped, cheered and cried as names of the victims of a Colombian plane crash were read during a wake in Chapeco&rsquo;s Arena Conda on Saturday, December 3. Vigil-goers wore green in honour..
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News video: Medellin Holds Memorial for Footballers Killed in Plane Crash

Medellin Holds Memorial for Footballers Killed in Plane Crash 00:59

Tens of thousands of mourners packed Medellin&rsquo;s Atanasio Girardot Sports Complex on the evening of Wednesday, November 30, to pay tribute to the Brazilian football team Chapecoense, whose..
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News video: Brazilian Armed Forces Carry Coffins Into Chapecoense Wake

Brazilian Armed Forces Carry Coffins Into Chapecoense Wake 00:53

Members of Brazil&rsquo;s armed forces carried the coffins of the members of the football club Chapecoense, who died in a tragic plane crash, into Chapeco&rsquo;s Arena Conda on Saturday,..
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News video: Medellin Memorial-Goers Sing 'Vamos Chape' in Tribute to Brazilian Footballers Killed

Medellin Memorial-Goers Sing 'Vamos Chape' in Tribute to Brazilian Footballers Killed 01:00

Tens of thousands of mourners packed Medellin&rsquo;s Atanasio Girardot Sports Complex to pay tribute to the Brazilian football team Chapecoense, whose players were killed in a plane crash two days..
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Atletico Nacional given FIFA Fair Play Award after handing Copa Sudamericana title to Chapecoense

atletico nacional given fifa fair play award after handing copa sudamericana title to chapecoense
Nacional were scheduled to face their Brazilian opponents in the Copa Sudamericana final in November before Chape lost most of their players and staff in a tragic plane crash.
MailOnline

Chapecoense crash survivor Neto pictured talking to youth players who will now be upgraded to first team

chapecoense crash survivor neto pictured talking to youth players who will now be upgraded to first team
The world of football was rocked by the news that an aeroplane containing Brazilian outfit Chapecoense crashed on November 28 last year, with 19 of the club's players losing their lives.
MailOnline

Chapecoense aim to sign 20 players ahead of new season... but will give survivors of plane crash shirt numbers

chapecoense aim to sign 20 players ahead of new season... but will give survivors of plane crash shirt numbers
The small club from southern Brazil were heading to play Atletico Nacional in the final of the Copa Sudamericana when their plane crashed into a mountain, killing 71 people.
MailOnline

Chapecoense signing up new players after air disaster

Chapecoense are preparing for the upcoming 2017 season by signing up players as the tragedy-hit club attempt to recover from last year’s plane disaster. A plane carrying the Brazilian squad,..
SoccerNews.com

Chapecoense: Brazil club to sign 20 new players for next season

chapecoense: brazil club to sign 20 new players for next season
Brazilian side Chapecoense will sign up to 20 new players and reserve shirt numbers for the players who survived a plane crash.
BBC Sport Also reported by •BBC News

Chapecoense will sign up to 20 new players

CHAPECO, Brazil (Reuters) - Chapecoense, the Brazilian football club devastated by an airline crash, will sign up to 20 players for the new season and are reserving shirt numbers for two of the..
Reuters

Chapecoense crash caused by 'human error' as plane took off without enough fuel to complete flight safely

Colombia's Civil Aeronautics agency has blamed a series of human errors for the crash that killed 71 people in Colombia in November
Independent

Chapecoense air disaster was caused by human error, rule aviation chiefs

chapecoense air disaster was caused by human error, rule aviation chiefs
Among the errors made were the decisions to let the plane take off without enough fuel to make the flight safely and then to not stop midway to refuel. The pilot also reported the emergency too late,..
MailOnline

Chapecoense plane ran out of fuel before crash, say authorities

The plane carrying the Chapecoense football team ran out of fuel before crashing, Colombian aviation authorities have confirmed. The aircraft, operated by Bolivian company LaMia, came down in..
SoccerNews.com

Chapecoense plane crash: Colombia blames human error

chapecoense plane crash: colombia blames human error
Colombia blames human error for the plane crash that killed 71 people, including Chapecoense footballers.
BBC News

Human error led to Colombia soccer plane crash: authorities

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

Doomed jet carrying Chapecoense football team 'low on fuel and overcrowded' when it crashed into mountains killing 71

doomed jet carrying chapecoense football team 'low on fuel and overcrowded' when it crashed into mountains killing 71
The shocking findings come in a preliminary report on the incident by the Colombian civil aviation agency Aerocivil said in its preliminary report on the accident Monday
Daily Record

Neymar among Brazilian stars honouring Chapecoense in charity match

neymar among brazilian stars honouring chapecoense in charity match
Some of Brazil's biggest footballing names took to the pitch on Thursday for a charity game in honour of Chapecoense., including Neymar, Kaka, Robinho and Gabriel Jesus, as well as Felipe Massa.
MailOnline

Chapecoense survivor Neto targets return

Chapecoense defender Neto has set his sights on playing for the club again after being released from hospital on Thursday. Neto, 31, was one of just six survivors from the plane crash which killed 71..
SoccerNews.com

Chapecoense survivor Alan Ruschel returns to a football pitch for the first time in charity match with Dunga, Juan Sebastian Veron and Felipe Massa

chapecoense survivor alan ruschel returns to a football pitch for the first time in charity match with dunga, juan sebastian veron and felipe massa
Chapecoense plane crash survivor Alan Ruschel was back on a football pitch for the first time since the disaster which killed 71 people.
MailOnline

Amputee goalkeeper Follmann to be given job by Chapecoense

Chapecoense will hand a role to goalkeeper Jackson Follmann, who had part of a leg amputated after surviving the plane crash that devastated the club last month. Follmann was on board when a plane..
SoccerNews.com

Chapecoense crash: Club presented with trophy during Copa Libertadores draw as players join on loan to begin rebuilding

The Brazilian club has started to rebuild after the tragic plane crash earlier this month that killed 71 people
Independent

Chapecoense receive Copa Sudamericana trophy

It was a mix of sadness and joy as grief-stricken Chapecoense received the 2016 Copa Sudamericana trophy. Chapecoense were named winners of the Copa Sudamericana by South American football’s..
SoccerNews.com


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