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Tributes paid to Emiliano Sala ahead of Cardiff game

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Tributes paid to Emiliano Sala ahead of Cardiff game

SHOWS: SOUTHAMPTON, ENGLAND, UK (FEBRUARY 9, 2019) (PREMIER LEAGUE PRODUCTIONS - NO ARCHIVE, NO RESALES) 1.

VIEW OF CARDIFF PLAYERS AND SOUTHAMPTON PLAYERS STANDING AROUND CENTRE CIRCLE AT START OF MINUTE'S SILENCE 2.

CARDIFF PLAYERS 3.

SOUTHAMPTON AND CARDIFF PLAYERS 4.

ARGENTINA FLAG READING (English): "Emiliano Sala Always A Bluebird" 5.

CARDIFF COACHING STAFF (INCLUDING MANAGER NEIL WARNOCK) STANDING IN LINE DURING MINUTE'S SILENCE FOR SALA 6.

VARIOUS OF CARDIFF FANS 7.

CARDIFF MANAGER, NEIL WARNOCK 8.

SOUTHAMPTON AND CARDIFF PLAYERS 9.

SOUTHAMPTON PLAYERS 10.

CARDIFF FANS 11.

CARDIFF COACHING STAFF 12.

SOUTHAMPTON MANAGER, RALPH HASSENHUETTL, WITH COACHING STAFF 13.

SOUTHAMPTON AND CARDIFF PLAYERS 14.

CARDIFF FAN CRYING 15.

NEIL WARNOCK WITH EYES CLOSED 16.

CARDIFF FAN HOLDING UP A SCARF 17.

SOUTHAMPTON AND CARDIFF PLAYERS 18.

CARDIFF PLAYERS (MINUTE'S SILENCE COMES TO AN END) 19.

CARDIFF FANS CHANTING 20.

VARIOUS OF CARDIFF FANS HOLDING SALA SCARFS 21.

ARGENTINA FLAG READING (English): "EMILIANO SALA IN OUR HEARTS" STORY: Premier League teams Cardiff City and Southampton paid emotional tribute to Emiliano Sala ahead of their match on Saturday (February 9).

Both sides wore black armbands, with players and staff joining arms as they held a minute's silence at Southampton's St.

Mary's Stadium for the Argentinian.

Sala, 28, had been en route from Nantes in western France on Jan.

21 to make his debut for Cardiff when the plane he was travelling in disappeared over the English Channel.

The wreckage was found last Sunday (February 3) following a privately-funded underwater search.

The body of Sala was recovered from the crashed plane but attempts to recover the aircraft wreckage itself were unsuccessful.

The overall operation was brought to an end due to "poor weather conditions," the agency said.

Sala had agreed to join Welsh club Cardiff for a club-record fee of 15 million pounds ($19.63 million) from French Ligue 1 club Nantes.

He and the pilot, David Ibbotson, are believed to have died as the single-engined Piper Malibu aircraft crashed into the sea.




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