Professional soccer player Emiliano Sala's death was caused by injuries to his head and body, a coroner confirmed Monday.
Southampton have said they will ban any supporters found to have made indecent gestures towards Cardiff City fans mocking the death of Emiliano Sala during Saturday's Premier League match at St Mary's Stadium.
The Dorset Police confirmed Thursday that Sala, who was in the process of completing a transfer from FC Nantes to Cardiff City FC, had been identified by HM Coroner almost three weeks after his plane went missing after departing from Nantes, France. The Air Accidents Investigation Branch (AAIB) discovered the wreckage of the aircraft last week, and also found a body on the seabed.
Sala, 28, had signed for English Premier League side Cardiff City, and was flying to his new team from his old club Nantes in France when his plane went missing over the Channel on January 21.
Cardiff City canceled the club's trip to Tenerife for a mid-season break so the players could mourn striker Emiliano Sala's death with their families, manager Neil Warnock has said.
Brendan Allen, acting senior coroner for Dorset, adjourned proceedings in Bournemouth until November 6, for a pre-inquest review.
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And she insisted Thomas had done nothing to try and get in touch with her, despite his public claims she had rejected his attempts.
A fundraising page set up has so far raised more than £33,000 to help find him.
I think when you get to my age you don't worry too much really.
Mbappe, whose full name is Kylian Mbappe Lottin, donated under the name Elie Lottin, reports Standard UK.
The aircraft remains underwater off the coast of Guernsey in the Channel.
"To see everyone doing everything possible to join us in the search has been a precious help to us", the family said.