SHOWS: CARDIFF, WALES, UNITED KINGDOM (FEBRUARY 8, 2019) (REUTERS - ACCESS ALL) 1.
(SOUNDBITE) (English) CARDIFF CITY MANAGER NEIL WARNOCK, SAYING: "We all have things like this happen in our lifetime and I think you just have to get on.
It just moves on.
I don't think you can ever forget things like this, I don't think it's something that you can just put at the back of your mind, and there are times during the day that I think about certain aspects of this, of meeting Emiliano, so it's one of those things that you have to move on and fortunately for me the players have grasped that really in the performances, and now I think we've got 13 cup finals now (remaining league fixtures)." STORY: Cardiff City manager Neil Warnock said on Friday (February 8) that confirmation of record-signing Emiliano Sala's death in a plane crash after weeks of searching brings closure to the matter, allowing everyone to move on in their lives.
Sala, 28, had been flying from Nantes in western France to Wales on Jan.
21 after signing for Premier League team Cardiff City for 15 million pounds ($19.43 million) when the single-engined Piper Malibu aircraft disappeared over the sea.
Wreckage was found on Sunday following a privately-funded underwater search and a body recovered on Wednesday (February 6) and taken to southern England.
The 70-year-old manager said no one will ever forget the tragedy and praised fans from across the clubs involved and beyond in paying tribute to the Argentine.