Copa Sudamericana

12 April 2017
On November 28, 2016, Demerson Bruno Costa and eight teammates remained in Brazil while the rest of the Chapecoense side boarded the fateful flight to Colombia that would leave 71 people dead. Demerson has spoken to FourFourTwo’s Vijhay Vick about the tragedy and a journey that has brought him to the Malaysia Super League…
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7 April 2017
It's not just players who are simulating these days....
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9 January 2017
Chapecoense were hit by tragedy but were crowned Copa Sudamericana champions due to Atletico Nacional's gesture, earning them recognition.
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22 December 2016
Having lost part of his right leg after surviving last month's tragic plane crash, Jackson Follmann will be given a role by Chapecoense.
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22 December 2016
Chapecoense president Plinio David de Nes Filho raised the trophy during the draw for the 2017 Copa Sudamericana and Libertadores.
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9 December 2016
Two stars have been added to the Chapecoense badge - one to mark their Copa Sudamericana award and one to commemorate the lives lost.
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5 December 2016
As expected, Chapecoense have been declared winners of the Copa Sudamericana, while Atletico Nacional have been granted a fair play prize.
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5 December 2016
River Plate became the latest team to pay their respects to Chapecoense by playing in a green kit for Sunday's Primera Division fixture.
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4 December 2016
Chapecoense will be crowned Copa Sudamericana champions after a flight, carrying members of the first team, came down on Monday.
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3 December 2016
After a plane carrying Chapecoense to the Copa Sudamericana final crashed and killed 71 people, a memorial was held at the Arena Conda.

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