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Chapecoense fans hold vigil for departed heroes

Sports News Magazine Thursday, 1 December 2016
Supporters of Brazilian club Chapecoense have held an emotional vigil for the victims of the Colombia plane crash in which almost all the team’s players and officials died. A service was held in the city’s cathedral. Fans also walked from the town centre to the stadium where they sang and prayed. The Chapecoense team was […]

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News video: Chapecoense Fans Pay Tribute to Crash Victims at Stadium Memorial

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Fans of Chapecoense gathered at the team’s Arena Condá in Chapecó, Brazil, on November 30 in tribute to the players and staff killed in a plane crash two days earlier.Seventy-one people, including players, technical staff, sports journalists and crew, were killed when LaMia Airlines flight 2933...

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