Emiliano Sala: Underwater search for plane off Guernsey

Emiliano Sala: Underwater search for plane off Guernsey

It prompted a privately-funded search to be set-up, with £324,000 was raised in an online appeal.

Rescue workers suspended the official search for the aircraft last Thursday after an intensive hunt involving planes and boats failed to locate it.

Three days after the disappearance, Guernsey police called off the search, saying the chances of survival were "extremely remote".

'As agreed with the AAIB they moved the GEO OCEAN III over the position we provided them to visually identify the plane by ROV'.

Earlier on Sunday, players and fans at Cardiff City football club paid their respects to Sala before their match against Bournemouth.

" The plane has been badly broken up and we are looking for a debris field".

"Emiliano Sala and David Ibbotson remain missing and, during this most testing and emotional time, we continue to pray for them and their families".

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Cushions, which were believed to have been from the plane, were located on a beach near Surtainville in north-western France by a walker on Monday.

There was a series of tributes before kick-off with Sala's photograph appearing on the front cover of the matchday programme and the two captains, Sol Bamba and Andrew Surman, laying floral tributes on the halfway line.

Sala was flying in the Piper PA-46 Malibu plane after transferring from French team Nantes in a 17 million euro move.

"And I thought we deserved it". I was the proudest man to be manager of the whole club. I was all right until the final whistle went and I went on the pitch.

Striker Bobby Reid opened the scoring and dedicated his goal to the Argentinian by holding up a picture of the footballer to the fans.

"The crowd were fantastic and it's been a very emotional 10 days", Cardiff boss Warnock told BT Sport.

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