Four months after Emiliano Sala's death, his sister Romina wrote some loving words dedicated to her brother. Although she had often referenc...
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Paris Saint-Germain supporters paid tribute to the Notre Dame cathedral ahead of their Ligue 1 fixture at Nantes on Wednesday with a banner saying "PSG is our club, Paris is our Lady".
Paris Saint-Germain failed to the seal the Ligue 1 title for the third match running on Wednesday after falling to their second defeat in a matter of days, 3-2 at Nantes.
FIFA has agreed an extension to its deadline for Cardiff City and Nantes to find resolution over the payment in the Emiliano Sala transfer.
Lille scored three quickfire second-half goals to comeback from two goals down Â to snatch a vital win that kept them firm favourites for direct qualification for the Champions League.
There are still a lot of unanswered questions in the tragic accident of Emiliano Sala. However, the BBC has revealed that Dave Ibbotson was not allowed to fly at night because he was colour blind.
Cardiff are to make a claim to FIFA stating that the signing of Emiliano Sala became 'null and void' after his death. The claim comes in response to their refusal to pay Nantes for his transfer.
The chaos that has followed the tragic death of Emiliano Sala has shone an unflattering light on the murky dealings of player agents and reinforced calls to properly licence them.
Emiliano Sala, the footballer killed in a plane crash last month, had been "abandoned" by his new club Cardiff City, a former agent who helped his son act in the player's transfer said on Thursday.
Following Cardiff City's withholding of payment for the transfer of Emiliano Sala, Nantes have made a claim to FIFA.
The Air Accidents Investigation Branch (AAIB) has released its interim report into the accident that disappeared off the coast of Guernsey on January 21.
Manager Neil Warnock said Thursday he is confident that Cardiff will deal with the payment issue over late Argentine striker Emiliano Sala "in the right way", admitting the matter could have been better handled.
The tragedy of the plane crash that killed Argentine footballer Emiliano Sala has now entered an ugly aftermath as Premier League club Cardiff City and French side Nantes threaten to go to court over his Â£15 million ($19 million) transfer fee.
A search for the pilot of a plane carrying footballer Emiliano Sala which crashed in the Channel last month is set to resume next week, his family said on Tuesday.
Nantes have demanded the first of three payments for the Argentine striker, but Cardiff are determined to wait until investigation into the plane crash is complete.
Cardiff City could launch a negligence claim against Nantes as soon as next week if an official report finds Emiliano Sala was flown to his death by a pilot who did not have the correct licence, according to Britain's Sunday Telegraph.
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