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BRAZILIAN SERIE A

2019/2020 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
16 Cruzeiro 3 5 7 14
17 Chapecoense 3 4 8 13
18 Fluminense 3 3 9 12
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Chapecoense mourn death of reporter who survived plane crash

Rafael Henzel, a radio reporter who survived the crash that killed most of the Chapecoense soccer team in 2016, died of a heart attack on Tuesday, the Brazilian club said. He was 45.

Globo reported that Henzel collapsed while playing football in the southern city of Chapeco and despite being rushed to hospital he died soon after.

A highly respected figure in the area, Henzel returned to his radio job after recovering from the plane crash.

"Throughout his brilliant career, Rafael told the story of...

Chapecoense, Brazilian giants Fluminense, Vasco da Gama all mired in tight relegation fight

After the horrific tragedy of two years ago, Chapecoense's first-divison fate will come down to the final game of the season.
After the horrific tragedy of two years ago, Chapecoense's first-divison fate will come down to the final game of the season.

It is precisely two years since the Chapecoense plane crash, when almost the entire team and coaching staff of the little Brazilian club lost their lives.

In such circumstances, it seems crass in the extreme to state that Chapecoense are fighting for their first-division survival this weekend. Such metaphors lose all their meaning when measured against true tragedy.

Nevertheless, there is a connection. Because all of the emotion engendered by the disaster needs to be channelled somehow. And the...

Authorities find flight crew negligent in Chapecoense crash

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Fuel shortages and negligence caused a plane crash that killed 71 people in 2016, including most members of Brazilian football team Chapecoense, Colombian authorities have concluded.

The plane crashed on Nov. 28, 2016, on a mountain in Colombia just a few miles from Medellin. On Friday, Colombia's Civil Aviation Authority presented the findings of a 15-month inquiry.

Officials say crew members ignored a low-fuel warning when the plane was about 40 minutes from its intended destination.

Instead of...

Chapecoense give crash survivor Alan Ruschel extended deal

On August 7th, Chapecoense's Alan Ruschel played in his first game since the tragic plane crash in November 2016.

SAO PAULO -- Brazil side Chapecoense have extended the contract of defender Alan Ruschel, who has recently returned to action after the air crash that killed 19 of his teammates.

Ruschel's new contract is valid until the end of 2020, club director Rui Costa said on Wednesday.

Costa said "Ruschel is the living proof of Chape's reconstruction. We want him here for many years."

The crash on Nov. 28, 2016, in Colombia killed 71 people. Ruschel, defender Neto, goalkeeper Jackson Follmann and journalist...

Nacional punished for fans' Chapecoense plane crash taunts

Nacional fans watch their team in action against Chapecoense in the Copa Libertadores.
At least two Nacional fans mocked the plane crash that killed 71 people.

CONMEBOL have fined Nacional and ordered the Uruguayan club to play their next three games behind closed doors after some supporters mocked the plane crash that killed most of Brazilian squad Chapecoense two years ago.

The disciplinary court of the South American governing body announced the sanction and the $80,000 fine late on Monday.

At least two Nacional fans made gestures with their arms imitating a plane crash during Nacional's 1-0 victory at Chapecoense on Jan. 31 in the first leg of a Copa...