Celebrity News: The Brazilian player who was one of the survivors of the air tragedy suffered by the Chapecoense in 2016, will return to play for the Catalan club on 7 August in the cup Joan Gamper
The announcement, released Friday night on the official Twitter account of the club, said that the return to professional practice of the player of 27 years was a decision taken jointly by the Medical Department of the club
The Brazilian footballer Alan Ruschel, one of the three surviving players of the aerial tragedy suffered by the Chapecoense in November 2016, will return to play on August 7 in the Joan Gamper Trophy against Barcelona at the Camp Nou, reported the club in An official statement said.
The announcement, released Friday night on the official Twitter account of the club, said that the return to the professional practice of the player of 27 years was a decision taken jointly by the Medical Department of the club, the Board of Directors of the institution and the Own soccer player.
“Alan’s return represents an important step in his recovery and the process of rebuilding the club. Given the exceptional relevance of the event and considering the importance and magnitude of the match against the classic Spanish team, in one of the World temples of football, was understood to be the ideal occasion for his return, “explained the club in southern Brazil in the statement.
Alan Ruschel, a left-back scorer, is one of three “Chape” footballers who survived the plane crash in which 19 players, their entire coaching staff, and several club officials died.
The other two footballers saved their lives are goalkeeper Jackson Follmann, who lost one leg as a result of injuries sustained, and defender Neto, who is still a club player and plans to return to playing professionally in 2018.
In the tragedy, on November 29, 2016, a total of 77 people lost their lives when the plane that moved the humble Brazilian team to Colombia to play their first continental final, the Copa Sudamericana’s first leg against Atletico Nacional, Crashed shortly before arriving in the city of Medellin.