Fans mock the death of Emiliano Sala after fleeing to Nantes, and coach mocking: “We live in m …” | French soccer

An unfortunate incident happened at the Allianz Riviera this Wednesday. During Nice win over Saint-Étienne, for the 36th round of the French Championship, home team fans mocked the death of Argentine Emiliano Sala, former Nantes striker who died in a plane crash last year 2019.

Fans mourn the death of Emiliano Sala, who died in a plane crash in 2019 – Photo: AFP

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In a post-match press conference, good coach Christophe Galtier condemned the criticism made in the venue. Last Saturday, the coach ran in the Coupe de France, after passing by Nantes himself, by 1-0. At the end of the match, Emiliano Sala gained fame during the ninth minute of the match.

– Maybe it’s said that what you see in the stadium is a human emotion. If this is our life, then we are in total shit, ”the trainer said.

The song, sung nine minutes into the first half by Nice fans, reads: “He is an Argentine who does not know how to swim well … Emiliano underwater …” On his official website, the club issued a warning to the behavior of the crowd and demanded respect for Sala and her family.

OGC Good Punishment for the song about Emiliano Sala heard on Wednesday night at the Allianz Riviera. The club is unaware of its importance or the people of the entire red-and-black family in this negative sense and the outrage from a small number of its fans. OGC Nice sends its support to the family and loved ones of Emiliano Sala ”

– OGC Well, in a list

Emiliano Sala died on January 21, 2019, while traveling to Wales to perform for Cardiff City, which signed him from Nantes. A small plane carrying players crashed on the English Channel, disappearing up to 20 miles north of the British island of Guernsey. The player’s body was found on the plane more than two weeks after the accident, at a depth of 67 meters.

Argentine midfielder Emiliano Sala plays for Nantes for four seasons before signing for Cardiff (Photo: AFP)

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