The Cardiff City, of the English first division, has decided cancel a four-day trip that he planned to make with the staff to the Canary Islands, specifically to the island of Tenerife, due of the death of Argentine striker Emiliano Sala.
His trainer, Neil Warnock, has explained that he wants his players "reflect" about the tragedy that has shaken the club and the family of the one who had just signed with the team of "blue birds".
Sala, 28, left the Nantes French in the winter market to join the discipline of Cardiff, but the plane that took him to the Welsh capital disappeared over the English Channel Shortly after taking off on January 21.
His body was found inside the device last Thursday, while the search for the pilot continues, David Ibbotson.
After defeating Saturday in the Premier to Southampton (1-2), the Cardiff had planned to travel to Tenerife to prepare under the sun of the Canary Islands his next light shock against Watford, which the calendar had set for February 22.
"After what happened, I prefer to hug my children and see my wife, because it's been two long weeks", declared Warnock this Sunday.
The English coach said he has not experienced a tragedy like this "in all" his "life" and that has helped put things in perspective.
"Everyone will reflect on what happened" and they will see "that the family is more important than football"Warnock said when announcing the cancellation of the trip to Tenerife.
Yes will be moved to Spain "for a few days" midfielder Víctor CamarasaWhat is provided by the Real Betis in Cardiff, for receive treatment for an injury.
"It will be good, you will receive treatment in the twin and will train with his physical trainer there, with a better climate and with his family, "Warnock added.