Chapecoense plays first match since aviation disaster to”
The Brazilian Chapecoense Saturday in the first match played since the aviation disaster to ” at the end of november. Champion Palmeiras was the opponent in a practice duel, that at 2-2 it ended.
Chapecoense reported at the beginning of this month, twenty new players, and plays Thursday against Joinville in the first game.
Goalkeeper Jakson Follmann, play Alan Ruschel and central defender Neto, the only players that the disaster survived, came Saturday for the competition on the field in the Arena Condá of Chapecoense and were visibly emotional.
Of the deceased players and members of the technical staff were many relatives present. Keeper Follmann had a leg amputated and is in a wheelchair. Ruschel and Neto can now walk again and may eventually find their comeback as a footballer.
First match Chapecoense since aviation disaster to”
With a completely new team has Chapecoense in the first duel since the aviation disaster to ” end of november is finished.
The three players that the disaster survived were present. The emotions ran high.
Also many relatives of deceased players attended the contest.
Many survivors sought support from each other.
Many supporters were on the duel came down.
Goalkeeper Jakson Follmann shows the Copa Sudamericana.
In early January, Chapecoense twenty new players.
Players of Chapecoense celebrate a hit against Palmeiras.
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The selection of Chapecoense was on the 28th of november on the road for the heenwedstrijd in the final of the Copa Sudamericana against Colombian Atletico Nacional. Of the 77 passengers, there were six people that the disaster survived.
At the urging of Atletico Nacional got Chapecoense still have the cup awarded. Follmann rode Saturday with the cup on a lap of the stadium.
Because 71 people, the aviation disaster to ” not survived, there was Saturday in the 71st minute of the practice game against Palmeiras is a great tribute for the victims.