Cianorte returns to training after mourning for Chapecoense
How accident in Colombia involving the Chapecoense delegation, journalists and other professionals, several clubs suspended the activities scheduled for Tuesday (29), in solidarity and respect for the victims' families. With strong connection with some victimized athletes and the coach Caio Jr., the team Cianorte also suspended training scheduled for yesterday.
Activities in Leão do Vale returned normally this Wednesday morning (30th), with the planning to train in two periods. Before the work started, the team from Rio de Janeiro met with the technical committee and the direction of the club for a conversation followed by prayer. Soon after, they went to the lawn.
The tragedy that shocked the world affected both the city of Cianorte and the club itself. Some athletes still belonged to Cianorte and were borrowers for Chape. Other athletes and coach Caio Jr. had important spells at the club. Goalkeeper Danilo, for example, was a native of the city, started his career in Leão do Vale and a good part of his family still lives there.
In the list of players still belonging to Cianorte were the defender Marcelo, or lateral Gimenez and the attacker Aílton Canela. The athletes who passed through the northwest of Paraná are: the goalkeeper Danilo (between 2004 and 2007), the midfielder Thiaguinho (2015) and trainer Caio Jr. (between 2004 and 2005). The quarterback Net, who survived the accident and remains hospitalized, defended Cianorte in 2008.
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