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US Valentin Vada: "I think of Emiliano every day"

12:05  22 january  2021
12:05  22 january  2021 Source:   sofoot.com

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(CNN) Emiliano Sala wanted to say goodbye one final time. At the age of 28, the Argentinian had It was there that he found a home away from home. Marcelo Vada , the club's Under-16 coach was "At the age of 28, perhaps this was his last big career move, potentially, and I think that has added to the

15. We think he (come) home late in the night. 1. They are driving (drive) to New York tomorrow morning. 2. I hope the weather will be (be) nice. 3. I offered him this job. I think he will take (take) it. 4. I promise I won't tell (not tell) your secret to anyone. 5. Take your umbrella with you.

  Valentin Vada : « Je pense à Emiliano tous les jours » © Provided by Sofoot

The Vada-Sala connection.

A sad anniversary was celebrated on January 21, the two years since the death of Emiliano Sala in a plane crash. His childhood friend and former teammate at Proyecto Crecer then at the Girondins de Bordeaux training center Valentin Vada, came back to his disappearance in an interview given to 20 Minutes . "I never talked to anyone about her disappearance because it hurts so much. I prefer to digest everything on my own, even if it is difficult. [...] Since the day he died, I have been thinking of him every day ”, tells the Argentinian player who is playing in Tenerife today.

The Sala family were also decimated by the death of Emiliano's father, shortly after that of the former FC Nantes striker. "Losing a son for a mother is horrible. Besides, Emi was one of the pillars of her family, it was very hard at the time. Since then, there has also been the death of her dad. It is still very painful for his mother, sister and brother today. And that will be the case all their life. For me, too. »

We don't forget.

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