The doom of the plane crash has once again hit Brazilian football! On the 24th, a small plane crashed on a private runway in the state of Tocantins. Brazilian Division 4 team Parmaz issued a statement saying: “There are no survivors in the accident.
Club President Lucas Mela and four players Lucas Plaksides, Gilhem No, Lanur and Marcus. Molinari was killed. In addition, pilot Wagner was killed in the accident.
According to British media TalkSport, the dead members of Parmaz plan to fly to Goiânia, Goiás, to join the members of the early arrival team in preparation for the Wild Cup on the 25th.
Club spokesman Isabella Martins told the Associated Press that the killed players had previously tested positive for the novel coronavirus and took a private plane to the game site after completing quarantine.
The Brazilian Football Association has confirmed that the match between Parmaz and Villanova will be postponed, who regrets the accident and will postpone the match. In addition, there will be a minute of silence before all the matches in Brazil begin that day.
FIFA said on the social platform that it expressed its deepest condolences to the victims and their families at this most difficult time, and South American Football Association President Dominguez also expressed condolences on the social platform.
On November 29, 2016, Brazil’s Chapecons Club suffered an air crash. 19 players died in the accident.
They fell into the Brazilian Second Division in 2019, without accepting the official “three-year exemption from relegation” of the Brazilian Primera División.
On the 13th of this month, the club locked in the promotion quota in advance.
“We know that the pain at this moment is beyond words, and we hope no one will experience similar pain again,” the Chapecoense Club said after the crash.
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