Tributes were paid to footballer Emiliano Sala on Saturday at a special memorial in his home region of Santa Fe, Argentina.
The body of the 28-year old, who died in a plane crash last month, was laid out in a gymnasium in the town where he grew up so friends and family could pay their last respects.
A single-engine plane carrying Sala from his French club Nantes to his new team Cardiff City crashed on Jan. 21 in the English Channel, before he could make his debut for the Premier League side.
The body of footballer Emiliano Sala arrived in Argentina on Friday, ahead of this weekend's wake and burial in his home town.
TV pictures showed a van carrying the body being slowly escorted out of the Buenos Aires airport by police vehicles.
The body is being driven to Progreso, around 538 kilometres (334 miles) northwest of the capital Buenos Aires, for a vigil and wake.
Sala, 28, had been flying from his previous club Nantes in western France to Wales on Jan. 21 with pilot David Ibbotson...
Cardiff City chairman Mehmet Dalman has said the club will pay the £15 million ($19 million) transfer fee to Nantes for Emiliano Sala "if contractually obliged."
After signing for Cardiff in January, Sala was travelling there from French club Nantes when his plane crashed in the English Channel. His body was recovered from the wreckage last week, while pilot David Ibbotson has yet to be found.
British media reported that the Welsh club have so far been unwilling to release the transfer fee,...