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BOGOTA, Colombia -- The latest on the Colombia plane crash involving members of a Brazilian soccer team (all times local):6:10 p. Air Max 95 Womens Sale .m.The father of one of the six people who survived the airplane crash in Colombia says his son is alive thanks to a miracle of God.Paulo Follmann made the comment during a phone conversation with The Associated Press about his son, goalkeeper Jakson Follmann of the Brazilian soccer club Chapecoense.The father says, The chances of surviving an airplane crash are practically zero. That my son is one of the survivors is a miracle of God.Follmann adds: We have not spoken to him or received any other information regarding how serious his condition is. That is making us feel anguished.About the same time, the hospital where the player is being treated in Colombia reported that his right leg had to be amputated. It described him as being in stable condition.The father says he hopes to travel to Colombia in one or two days.---5:20 p.m.Doctors in Colombia have amputated the right leg of a goalkeeper for a Brazilian soccer club whose charter plane crashed in Colombia.Jakson Follmann of the Chapecoense club was one of six people who survived the crash.Doctors at the hospital where Follmann is being treated say the player is in an intensive care unit and in stable condition.The hospital says in a statement that Follmanns family wanted to make public the news of his amputation.---5 p.m.The United States is conveying condolences to the relatives and loves ones of the people who died in a plane crash in Colombia.White House spokesman Ned Price says the U.S. is sending thoughts and prayers to the players and staff of the Chapecoense soccer team who survived and to others affected by the crash.Price says the American people stand with the people of Brazil and Colombia during a difficult moment.---4:45 p.m.Colombian aviation authorities have lowered the death toll from the charter plane crash to 71 from 75, saying that four fewer people were aboard the aircraft than originally reported.Officials tell The Associated Press that Luciano Buligon, Gelson Luiz Merisio, Plinio de Nes Filho and Ivan Carlos Agnoletto didnt board the flight in Santa Cruz, Bolivia, but were listed on the planes passenger list. None of the four were players for the Brazilian soccer team that was being carried to a game on the charter flight.Six of the 77 people on the plane survived the crash.---3:55 p.m.Some of Brazils top clubs say they want to give players to Chapecoense on a free loan for the 2017 season. They also say the club should not be relegated to the second division for three years as it recovers from the disaster.Details of how this would work financially were not immediately floated.In further homage, Brazilian champion Palmeiras has made a request to the Brazilian Football Confederation to wear Chapecoenses jersey in its last match of the season.---3:40 p.m.An eerie video has surfaced showing the coaching staff of the Brazilian Chapecoense soccer team praising their charter airline before they headed off on a fatal flight.Athletic director Mauro Stumpf was on the plane as he told the Gigavision TV network that the LaMia airline treated us very well during an earlier flight to Colombia when the team won a quarterfinal match in the South American Cup.He added: Now were going to do this new trip and we hope they bring us good luck like they did the first time.A few minutes later, the plane took off from Santa Cruz, Bolivia. It crashed short of its destination in Medellin, Colombia, killing 75 of the 81 aboard.---3:00 p.m.Colombias civil aeronautics agency says it has found the two flight recorders from the airplane that crashed Monday night with a Brazilian soccer team aboard.The agency says in a Twitter message that both of the recorders have been recovered in perfect condition. That could help determine what caused the British Aerospace 146 to crash. Only six of the 81 people aboard survived.---1:50 p.m.Frances top two soccer leagues will mark a minutes silence at games on Tuesday night for Brazils Chapecoense soccer team, devastated by the airplane crash that killed 75 people in Colombia.Frances defending League One champion Paris Saint-Germain also tweeted a photo of its players and staff observing a minutes silence, standing in a circle with heads bowed and arms linked, at the clubs training ground.The small Brazilian team was flying to Colombia to play Atletico Nacional when its plane went down with the loss of 75 of the 81 people aboard.---12:00 p.m.Brazilian President Michel Temer is declaring three days of official mourning for victims of the airplane crash that killed 75 people, including most of Brazils Chapecoense soccer team.He also says Brazilian Air Force planes have been made available for relatives of the victims to travel to Colombia and for the transfer of the bodies to Brazil.---11:50 a.m.The Colombian team that was scheduled to play Brazils ill-fated Chapecoense team in a South American championship says its offering the title to the rivals whose plane has crashed.Medellin-based Atletico Nacional says its asked the South American soccer confederation to award the title in honor of the Brazilian team that was aboard a plane that went down with the loss of 75 of the 81 people aboard.The small Brazilian team had been flying to Colombia to play Atletico in Wednesdays South American Cup finals.Atletico Nacional says Chapecoense should receive the title in recognition of the teams great loss, and as a tribute to the players who died.---11:15 a.m.Doctors at several hospitals are working to stabilize the six survivors of a plane crash that killed 75 people near Medellin, Colombia. All the injured suffered severe trauma injuries.Hospital officials say Chapecoense player Alan Ruschel appears to be in the most delicate condition. Hes suffered a spinal fracture. Ruschel was stabilized at the San Juan de Dios hospital and transferred by ambulance to the intensive care unit of better-equipped facility, where hes awaiting surgery.San Juan de Dios medical director Guillermo Leon says defender Helio Zampier arrived shortly after dawn and is in stable condition with skull and chest injuries.A third player, Jakson Follmann, is at another facility and being evaluated for multiple unspecified injuries.Journalist Rafael Valmorbida is recovering from surgery for chest injuries.Bolivian crew members Ximena Suarez and Erwin Tumiri are listed in stable condition and recovering.---11:05 a.m.The plane carrying a Brazilian soccer team that crashed in Colombia was also transporting many journalists covering the team.Colombian aviation authorities say 21 journalists were among the 81 passengers. Only one of the journalists is listed as surviving.The journalists came from several organizations, including Fox and Globo, a large Brazilian conglomerate, and a handful of FM and AM radio stations in South America.The plane carrying the Chapecoense team departed from Santa Cruz, Bolivia, and crashed before arriving in Medellin on Monday.---8:40 a.m.Colombias civil aviation agency now says at least six people have survived the plane crash that killed more than 70 people, including many members of a Brazilian soccer team.The agency statement says at least three Chapecoence players, two plane crew members and one journalist survived Mondays crash near the city of Medellin.Reports about the number of survivors have varied overnight because of confusion amid the emergency.---8:20 a.m.An injury sidelined Chapecoence soccer player Alejandro Martinuccio. It also likely saved his life.The Argentine forward wasnt able to play in the scheduled match in Colombia, so he wasnt on the team plane that crashed Monday night in Colombia, killing most of those aboard. He told Argentinas La Red radio that I was saved because I got injured.I feel profound sadness, he said. The only thing I can ask is prayers for the companions who were on the flight.The 28-year-old has played for Spains Villarreal, Penarol of Uruguay and Brazilian clubs Coritiba, Ponte Preta, Cruzeiro and Fluminense.---7:45 a.m.Barcelona and Real Madrid have held a minute of silence before their practice sessions in honor of the victims of the plane crash involving Brazilian club Chapecoense.Real Madrid also released a statement expressing its condolences to relatives and friends of the victims and wishing an early recovery for the survivors.Atletico Madrid used Twitter to send its condolences to the victims relatives. One of Chapecoenses players on the plane was midfielder Cleber Santana, who played for Atletico from 2007-10.---7:25 a.m.A spokesman for Brazilian soccer club Chapecoense has confirmed the death of goalkeeper Danilo who had initially been rescued alive from a plane crash in Colombia and was being treated at a hospital.Team spokesman Andrei Copetti announced the death to The Associated Press. Another goalkeeper was reported to be among several survivors.Chapecoense was traveling on a chartered flight to play Colombian club Atletico Nacional in the Copa Sudamericana final when the plane crashed near Medellin.---7:10 a.m.FIFA President Gianni Infantino says it is a very, very sad day for football after a plane carrying members of a Brazilian soccer team crashed in Colombia.Chapecoense was traveling on a chartered plane to play Colombian club Atletico Nacional in the Copa Sudamericana final. Police in Colombia said there were some survivors among the 81 passengers.In a statement, Infantino says we are so sorry to hear about the airplane crash in Colombia, it is shocking and tragic news. At this difficult time our thoughts are with the victims, their families and friends.---6:55 a.m.Bolivian authorities say that the plane carrying a Brazilian first division soccer team that took off from Santa Cruz before crashing in Colombia was owned by a Venezuelan company.Cesar Torrico, a spokesman for Bolivias civil aviation agency, said the aircraft had arrived earlier in the day from the city of Cochabamba and picked up the Brazilian team at Santa Cruzs Viru Viru airport. Torrico said that the plane underwent an inspection before departing for Colombia and reported no problems.He said that the LaMia airline hails from the Venezuelan city of Merida but later re-established itself in Santa Cruz. He said the airline had been used in the past to shuttle several Bolivian teams as well as Medellins Atletico Nacional for matches around South America.Brazilian aviation authorities said they had denied LaMias request for a charter flight directly from Sao Paulo, saying only a Brazilian or Colombian company was allowed to operate the requested route.---6:20 a.m.Brazils president says that authorities are mobilizing to help the team and families of victims in the plane crash in Colombia that killed members of a Brazilian first division soccer team.In a series of tweets Tuesday morning, Michel Temer says officials from the foreign ministry and aviation officials have been called to help.He said that the government will do everything possible to alleviate the pain of family members of the players and journalists who died in the crash.A chartered aircraft with 81 people on board, including the Chapecoense soccer team which was heading to Colombia for a regional tournament final, crashed on its way to Medellins international airport.---5:30 a.m.The head of Colombias civil aviation agency says that authorities arent ruling out the possibility the chartered flight carrying a Brazilian soccer team ran out of fuel before crashing. But for now, the main line of investigation is a possible electrical failure aboard the aircraft.Alfredo Bocanegra, speaking from the rescue command center, said that communication with Bolivian aviation officials suggested the plane was experiencing electrical problems.At the same time, investigators will have to evaluate reported testimony from a female flight attendant who said the plane had run out of fuel.---5:20 a.m.The Brazilian soccer confederation has released a statement saying it would wait for more information about the plane crash in Colombia before taking any action regarding local competitions in Brazil.There is one round left in the Brazilian league, which was won by Palmeiras last weekend. The final round will decide which teams will avoid relegation and which teams will secure spots in international competitions next season.The second leg of the Brazilian Cup final is scheduled be played Wednesday in the southern city of Porto Alegre. Local club Gremio defeated Atletico Mineiro 3-1 in Belo Horizonte.---4:40 a.m.A civilian aviation database website says that the British Aerospace 146 plane that crashed on its way to an airport in the Colombian city of Medellin made its first flight on March 1999.Statistics from planespotters.net show that the regional plane has had several owners since.From 1999 to 2007, it was owned by Mesaba Aviation in the U.S. before it was transferred. The plane has been in the hands of Bolivian airline LaMia since October 2013.British Aerospace, which is now known as BAE Systems, says that the first 146 plane took off in 1981 and that just under 400 -- including its successor Avro RJ -- were built in total in the U.K. through November 2003.It says around 220 of are still in service in a variety of roles, including aerial firefighting and overnight freight services.---4:25 a.m.Colombian police say that five people have survived a plane crash near Medellins international airport and the rest of the passengers have been killed.Gen. Jose Acevedo, head of police in the area surrounding Medellin, provided the information.A chartered aircraft with 81 people on board, including the Brazilian first division Chapecoense soccer team which was heading to Colombia for a regional tournament final, crashed on its way to Medellins international airport.---3:55 a.m.The vice president of the Brazilian first division soccer team Chapecoense, whose plane crashed in Colombia, says that the Brazilian city where the team is from is in tears.Ivan Tozzo said that Chapeco, a city of 200,000 residents in southern Brazil, is already in tears after the crash in Colombia, which occurred before Wednesdays final of Copa Sudamericana.Tozzo told cable channel SporTV that we are very sad, gathered here in the locker room of our stadium. We are still waiting for news. All our board is there, our players. We have nothing concrete on their state.He said that There are a lot of people crying in our city, we could never imagine this. Chapecoense is the biggest reason for joy here. We hope there are many survivors, at least that most of them are OK.--2:55 a.m.Brazilian first division soccer club Chapecoense has issued a brief statement after the plane carrying the team crashed in Colombia.In a statement on its Facebook page, Chapecoense said may God accompany our athletes, officials, journalists and other guests traveling with our delegation.The team said it would refrain from any further statements until it had fully evaluated the extent of the crash.A chartered aircraft with 81 people on board, including the Chapecoense team which was heading to Colombia for a regional tournament final, crashed on its way to Medellins international airport.---2:40 a.m.A local mayor in Colombia says that at least three passengers have been rescued alive from the crash site after a plane carrying a Brazilian soccer team went down near Medellin.Elkin Ospina, mayor of the La Ceja municipality outside Medellin, told Blu Radio that there may be more survivors but that access to the crash site is complicated.The chartered aircraft with 81 people on board, including Brazilian first division soccer team Chapecoense which was heading to Colombia for a regional tournament final, crashed on its way to Medellins international airport.---2:30 a.m.The South American soccer federation has canceled all activities until further notice as a result of Mondays crash in Colombia of a plane carrying Brazilian first division team Chapecoense.The CONMEBOL federation said in a statement that its president, Alejandro Dominguez, is on his way to Medellin.The first of the two-game Copa Sudamericana final was scheduled to be played Wednesday in Medellin between Chapecoense and Atletico Nacional.The chartered aircraft with 81 people on board, including a Brazilian first division soccer team heading to Colombia for a regional tournament final, crashed on its way to Medellins international airport.---2:10 a.m.Local media in Colombia are reporting that a male passenger going by the name of Alan has arrived in an ambulance to a hospital near Medellin after the plane crash involving a Brazilian first division soccer team.Blu Radio said the passenger arrived on a stretcher with an oxygen mask and covered in a blanket. He appeared to be alive.The chartered plane was carrying 81 people, including the Chapecoense soccer team from southern Brazil. The aircraft had made a stop in Santa Cruz, Bolivia, and was on its way to Medellins international airport. The crash site is in a mountainous area outside Medellin.The team was scheduled to play Wednesday in the first of a two-game Copa Sudamericana final against Atletico Nacional of Medellin.---12:50 a.m.Medellins mayor says that it is possible there are survivors in the plane crash in Colombia carrying players from a Brazilian soccer team.Federico Gutierrez told Blu Radio that its a tragedy of huge proportions. The mayor on his way to the site in a mountainous area outside the city where the chartered aircraft is believed to have crashed shortly before midnight local time.He said ambulances and rescuers were on their way. It is not clear what caused the crash.Medellins airport confirmed that the aircraft, which departed from Bolivia, was transporting the Chapecoense soccer team from southern Brazil, which was scheduled to play the Copa Sudamericana finals against Atletico Nacional on Wednesday in Medellin.---12:25 a.m.Authorities are responding to an emergency after an airplane with 72 people on board has crashed on its way to Medellins international airport.Medellins international airport said on its Twitter account that the aircraft had departed from Bolivia.Its not clear if there are any survivors. But local media reported that the charter aircraft was carrying members of the soccer team Chapecoense from Brazil, which is scheduled to play Copa Sudamericana finals against Atletico Nacional on Wednesday in Medellin. Wholesale 95 Air Max Shoes . The injury bothered Bledsoe in the Suns victory over the Clippers on Monday and he sat out the teams home loss to Memphis on Thursday night. 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Yet, it isnt as simple as walking up to the coach and seeking a promotion.Considering Dhonis approach has always been dictated by the match situation and the teams requirement, his decision to bat lower is easy to understand. In nine matches, between the 2015 World Cup and the start of this series, where India had batted second, they have mounted successful chases on only four occasions, of which three came against Zimbabwe.The role of a finisher could not be left to the younger batsmen, who are just settling into the side, so Dhoni found himself unable to move higher up the order. And when batting in the final overs, Dhoni admitted after the Mohali ODI, he is losing his ability to rotate the strike.So on Sunday evening, he walked in at No. 4, more importantly as early as the ninth over, ahead of Manish Pandey. The crowd took a few seconds to process - and then go delirious over - Dhonis promotion. There was nothing knee-jerk about this, and it wasnt entirely a situation-specific decision either, like at Wankhede Stadium on April 2, 2011. Instead, it became clearer over the course of Indias chase that the decision was geared towards extracting the best out of Dhoni the batsman who, when batting lower down, feels bogged down by consequences in absence of other finishers.We were having a conversation in the team management about the things we want to do. One of the things was for me to play free cricket, he said after the match. The first thing that helps [when batting at No.4] is you are only two down. It was important for me to start with a positive intent. I could have got out, but that is the risk you can afford to take if you are batting at No. 4.On the surface, Dhonis innings was moulded on a familiar template - nurdles, nudges and an overall busy presence - but he also shrugged off the inertia that had built up in recent times. It was a return to the build-before-explode space he likes to operate in.He began with a rasping pull to backward square leg for one and then walked down the crease to disturb Trent Boults length. After having decided five deliveries were enough to find his bearings, he gave Tim Southee a furious charge and smacked him over midwicket. New Zealand looked to attack him with the short ball, but Dhoni did not back down, even if he did not always manage to hit boundaries. He was temporarily bottled up by James Neesham and Mitchell Santner - moving from 10 off 12 balls to 13 off 24 - but once he smashed Neeshams length ball over mid-off, things were quickly out of New Zealands control. The familiar llofts over the bowlers head - Neesham and Santner were the worst affected - were duly reprised. Air Max 95 Neon Green 2018. Batting at No.4, Dhoni said, freed him up to play the big shots right from the start. It was something that I wanted to do for a long time, but if you are batting at No.5 or No.6, and especially when your top order is batting brilliantly, you dont get to chance to bat how you want to bat, he said.Often, you will get in with the last 10 or 12 overs trying to slog and trying to get as many runs as possible, or the other way round where in the 20th over maybe where you have lost five wickets and you go in to bat looking for a partnership. If it keeps happening for a long time, you dont fluently rotate the strike. When you know there is just one batsman after you, you have to be close to 90% sure all the time when you are setting out and looking for a big hit.At that slot it becomes very result-oriented. That has actually hampered my batting to a great extent. Going at No.4, it was important to go and play the big shots. It was the first innings I played and I got runs, but its not easy to come out of it so I could have taken a few more innings. So, its good I got runs. Personally for me also, I am not looking too much into what needs to be done. I can play the shots over the fielder and I feel that was what was needed in my batting. Today was the first day and I am hoping to continue with this.The knock-on effect of Dhonis promotion was that two of the all-time best limited-overs batsmen spent maximum time at the crease. Dhoni offered his pet example of converting one-and-a-half runs into two while batting alongside Virat Kohli.If Im successful at No.4, it gives the team a bit of a liberty because Ill try to score at a decent pace, he said. Even today I felt I slowed down a bit but I feel its important for me to keep playing the big shots. Also it gives me a chance to bat with Virat. We run between the wickets very well, we can take on the opposition fielders even the best ones. If you get a good partnership in the middle, that is 100-125, it becomes slightly easier for the batsman coming after that.[Even today] it was a nice wicket but over the time what happened was without much dew it slowed down, so it was not easy to keep rotating the strike. I thought we adjusted very well in the middle overs because we knew there will be overs where we wont get more than 3-4 runs per over and we knew later on we can always get overs where we can score 8-9 runs and compensate for it.By stating that his promotion is an opportunity for youngsters to take ownership of the finishing role, Dhoni is allowing them to learn on the job. Given his utility at the top of the order, it is hard to disagree with his logic that its a win-win for everybody. 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