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Emiliano Sala's Father Horacio Dies Of A Heart Attack In Argentina

Emiliano Sala's Father Horacio Dies Of A Heart Attack In Argentina

Emiliano Sala's father Horacio has sadly passed away in Argentina after a heart attack.

Argentinian outlets have confirmed the death of Horacio, aged 58.

He suffered a heart attack in his bed during the night and could not be saved by paramedics.

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Only three months after his son's death. What a tragedy.

Emiliano died in a plane crash aged just 28 in January when his light aircraft crashed in the English channel.

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At the time of Sala's death, his father said the ordeal was like a nightmare.

"I cannot believe it. This is a dream. A bad dream. I am desperate," he said.

"I communicated with them every day, but since I do not have WhatsApp it's hard to call them or call me.

"They told me that the days passed and there was no news of Emiliano or the plane."

Topics: Football News, Football, Emiliano Sala, Nantes, Argentina, Cardiff City

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