The football world has rallied around a Brazilian club caught in a deadly plane crash in Colombia.
Only six of the 77 people on board the charter plane, carrying members of the Chapecoense team, survived the crash.
The team were flying to what was billed as the biggest match in their history – the final of the Copa Sudamericana.
Their opponents, Colombian team Atletico Nacional, have offered to concede the game to ensure Chapecoense are declared the champions.
In a tweet, the club also asked that fans to turn up to their stadium at the time which the game was scheduled, dressed in white.
In a joint statement, Brazilian first division football teams have offered to lend players to Chapecoense free of charge, and asked the league to protect the club from relegation for the next three…
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