Brazilian football club Chapecoense presented the first three of 20 new players it plans to sign after its squad was wiped out in a deadly plane crash. The club has also confirmed spaces in the squad for two players who survived the crash.
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Alan Ruschel, one of three Chapecoense players to survive the plane crash which killed 71 people last year, will make his comeback in a glamour friendly against Barcelona. He had back surgery following the disaster.
The Brazilian football club Chapecoense has played its first match since a plane crash killed most of its players. The game was preceded by an emotional trophy presentation.
Some 100,000 people have attended a funeral for members of the Chapecoense football team killed in a plane crash on Monday. The disaster has cast a pall over the entire football world.
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