"Sala was buried at home in Argentina: ”A really emotional day”"
"today was buried Emiliano Sala."
"Thousands of people were in place to take farewell of him."
"– It has been a really emotional day, but we wanted to come here and I am happy and proud that we did it, " says Cardiff's coach Neil Warnock."
"Emiliano Sala, 28 – footballer who died in a plane crash in the English channel at the end of January – was buried today in his hometown of Salvador, Argentina."
"On 7 February, the English police that the body they had found in the flygplansvraket ”Piper Malibu” had been identified. Salas relatives were informed immediately, and yesterday flew the body from the united kingdom to the argentine city of Santa Fe."
"”She is a strong woman”"
"Several thousand people were present during the funeral which was held today in the local football club San Martin (Sala played in until he was 15 years) sports hall. The closest mourners were Emiliano Sala's sister Romina and his mother Mercedes. Even Neil Warnock was on the ground – the football coach at Cardiff City, the club that Sala had just signed on for before he died."
"– I think that Mercedes has been absolutely amazing this morning. All she meets have memories of Emiliano and it made her cry. She is a strong woman and the pride she feels for her son has really been seen in the day, " says Warnock according to the Daily Mail."
"the Body has been cremated."
"– things Like this does not happen in football. I have been a trainer for 40 years and never experienced anything like it. You would hope that things like this never happen. We have played several matches since it happened, and despite the fact that people are saying: ”He played never for you”, so I feel he was my player, " says Warnock, and continues:"
"– I felt much for him, I chased him and wanted him. He said he would give me the goals we need to stay in the Premier League and I said that I knew he could do it. He was my kind of player. I get goose bumps just to talk about it."
"After the funeral ceremony was cremated Salas body. It is yet unclear what will be done with his ashes. Later in the afternoon a memorial service was held in the city, where most of the Progresos 3 500 inhabitants must have been present. Also, several representatives from both Cardiff and Salas former club Nantes on the spot."
"– It has been a really emotional day, but we wanted to come here and I am happy and proud that we did it, " says Neil Warnock."