Brazil laments after a football training facility killed 10

The pre-new decoration in Rio de Janeiro began a building that lived in 14 to 17-year-old players, fire activists said.

Brazilian Flamengo football club musicians will be placed at the opening of a training center; After a fatal fire club in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, on 8 February 2019. Photograph: AFP

RIO DE JANEIRO – Brazilian football was lamenting Friday after 10 people died when a fire was transferred through a youth training facility at their favorite club in the country, Flamengo, authorities.

The pre-new decoration in Rio de Janeiro began a building that lived in 14 to 17-year-old players, fire activists said.

Rio deputy, Claudio Castro, said "introductory information shows young players and workers" among the dead.

The SporTV channel said the victims included six players and four staff.

Brutal relatives went into the resource to request information about relatives, and showing television shows. Most people of the youth players do not have a & # 39; club but coming from across the country.

In addition to the deaths, three were injured.

The reason was not immediately informed, but the Extra local newspaper said that witnesses said the fire started in the air system.

"The worst problem is in the club's 123th anniversary," said President Flamengo Rodolfo Landim, who visited the scene.

"Flamengo is in mourning," wrote the club on his social media accounts.

Brazil President Jair Bolsonaro, who is intensive care in hospital after his surgery on his back, said he felt the "pain of families".

In a statement that was shared with his president, he said he was inspired by this "worry … that led to the lives of young people who started the trip to a professional dream to achieve. "

Brazil's Pele, who was widely regarded as the best ever-known player, said: "It's a difficult day for Brazilian football."

The star has the biggest star at the moment, Neymar, who's currently playing for Paris Saint-Germain in France, describes his Instagram account of Flamengo's club brooch with the words: "My compassion".

& # 39; LET & S; PRAY & # 39;

Teenage Real Madrid continued Vinicius Junior, who came through Flamengo's youngsters before joining the European Americans in 2017 for 45 million euros ($ 51 million), sent a message on Twitter wants people to pray for those who were suffering.

"Thinking about the days and nights I spent at the training center, I'm giving me a geese," said the 18-year-old.

"I can not still believe it. I would pray for everyone."

Globo TV used a picture from the air of the fire, and said that it was under control after burning for two hours.

The story at 5:00 a.m. in the Vargem Grande de Rio area began to be a modern resource where the professional Flamengo professional squad also trained, the G1 news website said.

The fireman said in the statement that the "workplace" center had to meet fire safety standards but still had no certification.

The main team had been expecting to be using the same facility later in the morning, for their final training session ahead of Saturday against Fluminense's wild opponents.

Rio de Janeiro's football union said they had convened a meeting between the two club leaders to consider replacing their game.

Fluminense, the most popular group of people in Brazil, has been fierce in football, among several clubs that have shared messages on social media.


The facility, also known as Ninho do Urubu, also has a youth league teams, means "wild nest".

Brazilian football player Zico, former Flamengo player, said the event was "a tragedy."

Felipe Bornier, Rio's state sports secretary, told journalists, "we need to provide all the support victims of the victims need to do because they do not have to do so. most from Rio. "

The training camp in the western area of ​​Rio has hit a big storm on Wednesday night. Six people were killed.

Due to these waters, the football facility still had no electricity or rain on Friday when the fire started, G1 said.

There are only two years since the Brazilian football was lamenting an air crash caused by the Chapecoense team. The team's plane in Colombia began to kill 71 people, including 19 players, 14 staff and 20 journalists.

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