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vollst. Name: Associação Chapecoense de Futebol; Spitzname: Verdão; Stadt. Chapecoense» Kader / Team-News. Chapecoense spielt auch nächstes Jahr in der brasilianischen Série A. Verein Chapecoense auf einen Blick: Die kompakte Kader-Übersicht mit allen Spielern und Daten in der Saison Gesamtstatistik aktuelle Saison.

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Retrieved 1 December Telegraph Media Group Limited. Retrieved 5 December Retrieved 21 December Retrieved 10 December Retrieved 11 December Chape ended the competition with 52 points, in the 11th place, and the Galo ended in the fourth position, with Fans gather to mourn Chapecoense footballers among 75 killed — as it happened".

Retrieved 8 December Retrieved on April 11, in Portuguese. Official website in Portuguese. Retrieved from " https: Victor Andrade on loan from Estoril.

Edgardo Orzuza on loan from Club Nacional. Miullen on loan from Londrina. Leandro Pereira on loan from Club Brugge. Lucas Mineiro at Ponte Preta until 31 December Kick-off Times Kick-off times are converted to your local PC time.

Data provided by Opta Sports. Tiepo 20 years old 0 0. Ivan 34 years old 2 0. Hiago 21 years old 0 0. Renato 29 years old 2 0.

Marcos Vinicius 21 years old 2 0. Joilson 27 years old 2 1. Bruno Pacheco 27 years old 3 0. Roberto 28 years old 1 0. Rafael Pereira 34 years old 3 2.

Alan Ruschel 29 years old 2 0. Eduardo 32 years old 4 1. No one knows what is going on. No one knows what to believe. One woman says that someone from Colombia has messaged her on Facebook but that she is not sure if it is reliable.

The person says there are no fatalities, that it was just an emergency landing. The television and radio voices keep talking but not saying anything for certain.

Then the reports begin mentioning "some" survivors, and the phone buzzes more. Aline believes Filipe is alive. She believes she can feel him. She has known Filipe since they were children.

On their first date, he took her to see pigs. Some of her friends thought it was strange, but she understood. Filipe imagined that someday he would turn the farm into a soccer field for the community.

He would build the locker rooms himself. He would put up goals and children would come and play. He would run camps and clinics.

It would be his to share. So on that first date, when they were just teenagers, Filipe was showing Aline his dream. She felt his passion, his ambition that day.

She felt his enthusiasm. And now, in the middle of the night, she still feels it. When the TV says a defender is among the survivors, she is sure it is Filipe.

She is sure of it. Aline is going to pick up Rosangela, and the two of them will go to the stadium together to wait for more news with the other wives.

Rosangela is sitting there. Aline looks at her and then looks at the TV and hears the reporter say, "There are no more survivors. Then Aline wails and collapses to the ground.

After 20 minutes, Aline and Rosangela collect themselves and go to the stadium. They sit in the locker room with wives and girlfriends and mothers and fathers.

Everyone connected to the club has come to the stadium, because no one knows where else to go. Even Chiquinho is there.

Someone says, "Be strong, Grazi, for the baby. In one corner is Marina. Jacqueline, Val, Susanna, Aline, Rosangela -- they are all crying.

The team doctor took Marina aside and told her Alan was in surgery in Colombia. She does not know the details of the surgery, but she knows Alan is alive.

She tries to comfort her friends, to hold them and hug them, but they know her partner is not dead like theirs.

They know she is not left alone, and, already, it is different. She looks around and tries to whisper. Rafael Henzel, Chape broadcaster, had watched Chape play since he was a young boy.

He called the debut match on March 6 for his rebuilt Chape team -- and said he was overcome with emotion. Rafael Henzel does not know what happened.

He does not know where he is, exactly. But he sees lights moving and hears strange voices and tries to call out. He calls out for his radio colleague, his friend.

But Rafael cannot see him anymore. Slowly, Rafael begins to realize there are trees around him. Then he sees faces. There are five or six men. There is a woman.

They are talking to him and pulling at his clothes. They tell him he is going to be OK, that they are going to help him. Rafael does not know he was in the back piece of the plane, the one that plugged in the soft earth on the near side of the mountain.

He does not know that the elevation and the fog and the mud made it impossible for helicopters to land at the crash site, and that it took hours before rescue workers could arrive.

He does not know that he will be extracted from the site in the back of a pickup truck because ambulances cannot get to him. Once he reaches the hospital, he has a vague understanding of what has happened but knows no specifics.

He knows the plane crashed, but the doctors do not tell him how many people are dead. He does not know that Alan Ruschel kept asking the doctors, "Where are my friends?

He does not know that Follmann, the backup goalkeeper, will have his leg amputated below the knee or that one physician will describe Neto to a television station as "currently" alive, because he does not want to be presumptuous.

Rafael does not know that Danilo survived the crash and was rescued, only to die at the hospital. He has a swollen abdomen from his seven broken ribs and a tube down his throat and is sedated.

She looks at him and says, "I came to get you," and his eyes grow moist. She wants Rafael to focus on himself, on his own recovery, so she and the doctors tell him the story in stages.

Three days after the crash, Rafael learns that there are only a few survivors. No one tells him about exactly how the plane went down.

No one tells him the city is in mourning. On Saturday, five days after the crash, Rafael finally looks at the list, finally reads all the names.

The coffins are loaded onto several open-sided box trucks, a dozen or more in each, and driven from the airport to the stadium.

Shrouded in white and wrapped in plastic because of the rain, the coffins are carried in by the soldiers.

Chiquinho and his men have set out the flowers and the bunting. They have also left only one set of goalposts on the field -- the one Danilo was guarding when he made the save against San Lorenzo that sent Chape to the final.

The president of Brazil is there. The FIFA president is there. There is coverage of the memorial all over the world.

There were 77 people on the plane. Twenty-two were Chapecoense players, and three survived. Twenty-three more were coaches or team staff, and there were two team guests.

There were 21 journalists, including Rafael, and there was the flight crew, all of whom perished except for one flight attendant and a maintenance technician.

Of the 71 who died, there were 64 Brazilians, five Bolivians, one Venezuelan and one Paraguayan. In the hospital, Rafael does not watch any of the ceremony on television.

It is too fresh. Instead, he just looks at the list, reading the names of his friends over and over. Aline Machado -- holding a photo of her husband, Filipe, at the Dec.

Then, she goes to the stadium. Aline does not want to be strong. She has so many questions, so many things that do not make sense to her.

Why did a Brazilian team hire a Bolivian airline to take it to Colombia? And what was the pilot thinking?

Die etwas andere Rückrunden-Vorschau: Interimspräsident Ivan Tozzo gab am 1. Linksverteidiger Alan Ruschel erlitt mehrere Knochenbrüche. Breitenreiter steht in Hannover endgültig vor dem Aus Die Hannoveraner kamen mit 1: Vier Jahre nach Vereinsgründung gewann Chapecoense seinen ersten Titel: In der Meisterschaftsrunde hätte der Klub am letzten Spieltag am Drei Spieler sitzen fassungslos in der Umkleide des brasilianischen Erstligisten. Er wäre fast erstickt: Wie die Katastrophenschutzbehörde mitteilte, seien nicht wie bisher mitgeteilt 81 Passagiere, sondern nur 77 Passagiere an Bord gewesen. In anderen Projekten Commons. November in der Nähe des Flughafen Rionegro ab. Der Abwehrspieler Neto konnte kurz nach einem ungefährlichen Hirnödem stabilisiert werden.

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Elicarlos 33 years old 3 0. Torres 28 years old 3 0. Alan 20 years old 1 0. Victor Andrade 23 years old 4 1. Bruno Silva 18 years old 4 0.

Lourency 23 years old 5 0. Wellington Paulista 34 years old 4 2. Perotti 21 years old 0 0. He has a swollen abdomen from his seven broken ribs and a tube down his throat and is sedated.

She looks at him and says, "I came to get you," and his eyes grow moist. She wants Rafael to focus on himself, on his own recovery, so she and the doctors tell him the story in stages.

Three days after the crash, Rafael learns that there are only a few survivors. No one tells him about exactly how the plane went down. No one tells him the city is in mourning.

On Saturday, five days after the crash, Rafael finally looks at the list, finally reads all the names. The coffins are loaded onto several open-sided box trucks, a dozen or more in each, and driven from the airport to the stadium.

Shrouded in white and wrapped in plastic because of the rain, the coffins are carried in by the soldiers. Chiquinho and his men have set out the flowers and the bunting.

They have also left only one set of goalposts on the field -- the one Danilo was guarding when he made the save against San Lorenzo that sent Chape to the final.

The president of Brazil is there. The FIFA president is there. There is coverage of the memorial all over the world.

There were 77 people on the plane. Twenty-two were Chapecoense players, and three survived. Twenty-three more were coaches or team staff, and there were two team guests.

There were 21 journalists, including Rafael, and there was the flight crew, all of whom perished except for one flight attendant and a maintenance technician.

Of the 71 who died, there were 64 Brazilians, five Bolivians, one Venezuelan and one Paraguayan. In the hospital, Rafael does not watch any of the ceremony on television.

It is too fresh. Instead, he just looks at the list, reading the names of his friends over and over. Aline Machado -- holding a photo of her husband, Filipe, at the Dec.

Then, she goes to the stadium. Aline does not want to be strong. She has so many questions, so many things that do not make sense to her.

Why did a Brazilian team hire a Bolivian airline to take it to Colombia? And what was the pilot thinking? Within days, he reads that LaMia was a twice-failed Venezuelan airline whose name was sold to Bolivian investors and relaunched in He learns it had three planes and that only one was operational.

He learns the pilot, Miguel Quiroga, was in trouble with the Bolivian air force for leaving his military service early with no explanation.

And he learns that Miguel Quiroga was also one of the owners of LaMia. He tells Aline, "The pilot is a murderer," as he hears more and more on television and the radio.

Most crashes involve a massive fire because the fuel explodes, but investigators say all the LaMia fuel gauges found in the wreckage were "below zero" so there was no fire, no explosion.

The official flight plan Quiroga filed is scrutinized, and investigators believe that Quiroga might have underreported the weight of the flight.

Also, the maximum flying time before fuel ran out -- 4 hours, 22 minutes -- was listed as the exact same amount of time as the expected trip time, with no safety buffer for things such as circling the arrival airport to let another plane land in front of it.

The club makes statements about how LaMia had flown other soccer teams in South America and was reputable. There was only a day or two in between winning the semifinal and leaving for the trip, it says, so the time to make decisions about the travel plans was short.

The team had flown with LaMia earlier in the tournament and had been satisfied. Using a charter airline was more efficient, as well, the club says, because it meant the team could leave right after the game and get back sooner than if it had to wait for a commercial flight the next day.

It does not add up for Osmar or Aline, and Osmar seethes as he reads about a few other LaMia employees being questioned by Bolivian police.

An investigation into the flight controller is underway, too. There is no official word from LaMia yet, but to Osmar it feels so simple: It was about money.

Chape flew with LaMia, he tells his family, because it was a little bit cheaper than chartering with Gol or another Brazilian commercial airline. And Quiroga did not stop to refuel when he should have, Osmar says, because it would have taken money out of his own pocket.

Quiroga tried to push it to save a little, and so Filipe is dead. Aline talks to a lawyer. There are discussions about lawsuits, about legal action.

Some other wives and family members are interested, but many just want to move on, to try to figure out how to put their lives back together without their husband or son or brother.

Aline wants to move on, too, but every time she leaves the room, Antonella tenses up. Every time she goes to the store, Antonella cries nervously.

At the "Paw Patrol" birthday party, Aline will be alone. Every time Aline goes there, to let Antonella run around or to simply look out over the countryside, she feels as if she is looking at a story that ends in the middle of a sentence.

That is why Aline cannot just move on. And so she keeps talking to the lawyer, keeps asking questions, even though there are no answers.

Whenever she tries to ask anyone at the club about what happened, she is told that all the directors at Chape who made the decision to use LaMia were on the plane.

She is told that all the directors who made the decision are dead. Fifty-four days after the crash, Rafael Henzel walks back into his radio booth.

His seven broken ribs are still healing, but his lungs are strong. Before he puts on his headset, he sits in his seat and pauses; he thinks of Renan Agnolin, who was next to him on the plane.

There is a game today. The stadium is full. Chiquinho has spent hours on the field, determined to make it a palace. Before the match, there is a ceremony.

Alan Ruschel and Neto and Follmann come out onto the field. Neto has a scar on the back of his head, his hair shaved away in a patch.

Follmann is in a wheelchair, his right stump wrapped in beige dressing. He wears a black neck brace. From his chair, Follmann lifts the trophy through tears.

When Barbara, the wife of Ananias, receives his medal, she cries out and raises her hands and points with two fingers to the sky.

The new players walk out of the tunnel and onto the field. A new front office is in place, and in six weeks the team has been reconstructed: Some teams lend players to Chape to help.

Some players who played for the team earlier in their careers feel a pull to return. The salary is big and the destination intriguing.

Then he receives a message from his friend Neto while Neto is still in the hospital after the crash. The fans behind the goal brandish their flags as usual.

It feels good to cheer. There is a whoosh of energy, as if the whole stadium has welled up together. Many in the stands are wearing tiny earpieces so they can hear Rafael describe what is happening right in front of them.

He takes a breath. The team of our heart is reborn with a goal from its past! Retrieved 5 December Retrieved 21 December Retrieved 10 December Retrieved 11 December Chape ended the competition with 52 points, in the 11th place, and the Galo ended in the fourth position, with Fans gather to mourn Chapecoense footballers among 75 killed — as it happened".

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Telegraph Media Group Limited. Retrieved 5 December Retrieved 21 December Retrieved 10 December Retrieved 11 December Chape ended the competition with 52 points, in the 11th place, and the Galo ended in the fourth position, with Fans gather to mourn Chapecoense footballers among 75 killed — as it happened".

Retrieved 8 December Retrieved on April 11, in Portuguese. Official website in Portuguese. Retrieved from " https: Victor Andrade on loan from Estoril.

Edgardo Orzuza on loan from Club Nacional. Miullen on loan from Londrina. Leandro Pereira on loan from Club Brugge. Lucas Mineiro at Ponte Preta until 31 December Lourency at Brasil de Pelotas until 30 November

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