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Cardiff City explain delay over Sala payment to Nantes

SoccerNews.com Tuesday, 12 February 2019
Chairman Mehmet Dalman has promised Cardiff City will be an “honourable club” with Nantes over the payment of a transfer fee for Emiliano Sala, once they have gathered further information. Striker Sala was heading to Cardiff after completing a club-record move from the Ligue 1 side when the Piper Malibu aircraft carrying both the player and pilot David Ibbotson disappeared on January 21. […]

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Cardiff City fans hand out daffodils to away fans in memory of Emiliano Sala ahead of Southampton vs Cardiff. The gesture came after news this week that the player's body was found in a crashed plane in the English Channel.

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