Like many other players, Lionel Messi has requested a resumption of research to find his fellow Argentine Emiliano Sala, who disappeared Monday in the English Channel.
The emotion is still alive in the world of football, four days after the disappearance of Emiliano Sala's plane from the Channel Islands. On Thursday afternoon, the Gernsey police announced that it officially ceased the search for the plane that took it to Cardiff. "Hard decision"after "reviewed all available information"While the chances that former Nantes and driver David Ibbotson are still alive are now "Infinite".
Very close to the Argentinean, Nicholas Paloula, who was his teammate in Nyor, Bordeaux and Nantes and took him to the airport, asked on Twitter "Everyone must post a video to continue the search to find Emiliano Sala and the pilot, we rely on you, this is very important for Emiliano's family and his relatives." A message from many footballers, such as world champions Blanche Matouidi, Benjamin Mendi and Florian Tauvin.
Sara's compatriots have also been mobilized on social networks to ask for resumption of research, such as Sergio Aguero, Nicola Otamendi or Lucas Ocampos, as well as the most famous of them: Lionel Messi. Friday morning FC Barcelona star has posted a message in her stories Instagram, a legend for a photo of Sala with Nantes shirt. "As long as there are opportunities, a little hope, please, please do not stop looking for Emiliano, all my strength and all my support for his family and friends. Will the five-time Golden Ball be heard?
I ask everyone
To post a video so that the search continues to find Emiliano Sala and the pilot.
We rely on you to be very important to Emiliano's family and relatives.
– pallois nicolas (@PalloisN) January 24, 2019
– Koscielny (@ 6_LKOSCIELNY) January 24, 2019
– Florian Tauvin (@FlorianThauvin) January 24, 2019
Hello, I'm Nicholas Otamendi. I want to express my sympathy for Emiliano's family and call on the police to continue looking for the plane. There is still hope to find them alive. All my support for his family and let's hope they get an urgent response #prayforemilianosala pic.twitter.com/4k37Zgk3U1
– Nicola Otamendi (@ Notamendi30) January 24, 2019