Sala father: ‘My son was abandoned for fatal flight’

Sala father: ‘My son was abandoned for fatal flight’ 1

Emiliano Sala’s father said the people who should have looked out for the footballer “abandoned him like a dog”. Emiliano Sala’s father died not knowing why his son perished Horacio Sala, whose son died in a plane crash in January, was interviewed before he himself died in April. An aviation expert has told the BBC the fatal flight from France, which was heading to Cardiff, should not have taken off. Cardiff City said the crash was an “abject tragedy” and they were doing all they could for Emiliano’s family. Related Articles…

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Mbappe donates to Sala pilot David Ibbotson search fund

Mbappe donates to Sala pilot David Ibbotson search fund 2

French football star Kylian Mbappe has donated £27,000 to a fundraising appeal set up by the family of missing pilot David Ibbotson. Mr Ibbotson, from Crowle, Lincolnshire, was flying Cardiff City’s Emiliano Sala from Nantes to the UK when their plane crashed near Guernsey on 21 January. Mr Ibbotson, from Crowle, Lincolnshire, was flying Cardiff City’s Emiliano Sala from Nantes to the UK when their plane crashed near Guernsey on 21 January. The footballer’s body was recovered from the wreck on the seabed, but Mr Ibbotson’s body has not been…

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Cardiff striker Sala missing after suspected plane crash

Cardiff striker Sala missing after suspected plane crash 3

Premier League club Cardiff City’s record new signing, Argentina-born striker Emiliano Sala, was on board a light aircraft that disappeared over the English Channel on Monday night, police sources told AFP. Emiliano Sala Sala, signed by Cardiff on Saturday from French club Nantes for a reported 17 million euro ($19.3 million) fee, was flying to Cardiff aboard a small plane that disappeared from radars around 20 kilometres (12 miles) north of Guernsey, sources confirmed on condition of anonymity. A statement from police on Guernsey, a British island just off the…

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Craig Bellamy steps down from Cardiff youth coach role to fight bullying claims

Craig Bellamy steps down from Cardiff youth coach role to fight bullying claims 4

On Jan 3, 2019 7,903 0 Craig Bellamy has temporarily stepped down from his role as Cardiff City Under-18s coach following the club’s decision to investigate a bullying claim against him. Craig Bellamy has worked as a football pundit since his 2014 retirement from playing The investigation follows reports of a complaint about the former Wales striker’s alleged treatment of a young player, who has since left the club. Bellamy, 39, denies the allegations. “I categorically refute them. I fully expect to return to my coaching role and have sought…

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