Southampton vow to ban fans over Emiliano Sala 'aeroplane' mockery

Southampton vow to ban fans over Emiliano Sala 'aeroplane' mockery

Southampton vow to ban fans over Emiliano Sala 'aeroplane' mockery

Saturday's Premier League fixture, which saw a minute's silence observed before kick-off, marked the first time Cardiff have been in action since the 28-year-old's body was recovered from plane wreckage found in the English Channel.

Brendan Allen, the acting senior coroner for Dorset, adjourned proceedings into Sala's death until November 6 for a pre-inquest review.

Cardiff City and Nantes football teams are now disputing Sala's epic transfer fee.

"The full AAIB [Air Accidents Investigation Branch] investigation into the plane crash is expected to take between six and 12 months, although an interim report is due within a fortnight", it added. The Argentine forward, who scored his last goal for Nantes on December 5 in a 3-2 win over Marseille, was killed in a plane crash last month and his body was recovered from the wreckage on Thursday, Feb. 7, 2019 authorities said.

The striker had disappeared on January 21 when flying from Nantes to Cardiff, just days after leaving the French club to join the Welsh side in a club-record deal.

While Sala has been identified, investigators have not yet found David Ibbotson, who was piloting the plane.

Home Office pathologist Dr Basil Purdue has given the cause of Sala's death as "head and trunk injuries".

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A £27,000 donation under the name Elie Lottin, apparently made by France's World Cup winning footballer Kylian Sanmi Mbappe Lottin, is also listed.

"We feel a tremendous loss, but the biggest loss is borne by Sala's family".

A fundraising campaign to restart the search for him has already raised more than £157,000 of a £300,000 target.

Within a few hours search vessel FBV Morven picked up a signal and a remote-controlled submarine fitted with a camera was sent down to formally identify the wreckage.

Cardiff City's fans sang Emiliano Sala's name after their 2-0 win against Bournemouth last week, and the club led a series of tributes to the footballer.

"To be told the search has now been called off for the foreseeable future has only made this tragic time more hard".

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