This file photo taken on August 25, 2018 shows Nantes' Argentinian forward Emiliano Sala at La Beaujoire stadium in Nantes, western France, on August 25, 2018.AFP / SEBASTIEN SALOM GOMIS
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Rescuers said there was almost no chance of Premier League player Emiliano Sala being found alive after a recording emerged of a fearful voice message he apparently sent from his stricken plane before it disappeared over the English Channel.Rescuers said chances of finding either of them alive were almost vanishingly slim.Air traffic controllers had guided searchers along the path it took before it disappeared from radar screens at a little more than 600 meters, Fitzgerald said.Sala joined struggling Cardiff from FC Nantes last week for a club record fee of about 17 million euros ($19 million), having scored 12 goals for the French club this season.
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