Chapecoense16th in Brazilian Serie B
Chapecoense plane crash survivor Alan Ruschel has sued his former club in a Brazil court for unpaid wages and the late payment of insurance.
Brazilian side Chapecoense sealed the second division Serie B title on goal difference on Friday after a last gasp Panenka-style penalty.
Brazilian side Chapecoense, who lost most of their squad in an air crash in 2016, were promoted to the first division on Tuesday.
One of the six survivors of the air crash that killed almost all of the Brazilian football team Chapecoense in 2016 announced his retirement Friday.
Brazilian side Chapecoense have been relegated to the second division for the first time in their history, three years on from a tragic plane crash.
Nearly three years ago, Chapecoense suffered an unthinkable tragedy. Now the club faces relegation, but they're not going down without a fight.
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, t
Relegation is a cruel beast who doesn't play favourites. See Brazil where Chapecoense and pillars Fluminense and Vasco are fighting the drop.
Fuel shortages and negligence caused a plane crash that killed 71 people in 2016, including most members of Brazilian football team Chapecoense.
Chapecoense extended the contract of defender Alan Ruschel, who has recently returned to action after the air crash that killed 19 of his teammates.
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