Cardiff manager Neil Warnock has said some players did not want to join the club in last month's transfer window following the disappearance of a plane carrying striker Emiliano Sala.
This is an active investigation now in the hands of the AAIB [the UK's Air Accident Investigation Branch], and they will be taking over as agreed.
This was Cardiff's first home game since Sala and Ibbotson went missing after the plane carrying them over the English Channel disappeared, two days after he completed a move from Nantes.
A search boat recovered the wreckage of the aircraft on the English channel this morning according to Sky News.
He said:"I was alright until the final whistle went and I went on the pitch".
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Cardiff paid tribute to Sala by beating Bournemouth 2-0 in the Premier League on an emotional evening in the Welsh capital on Saturday (Sunday NZ time).
Both pilot David Ibbotson and the Argentinian footballer are missing presumed dead.
"The last 10 days or so, I can't begin to explain how hard it's been".
The official search for the missing footballer was called off on Thursday against his family's wishes. "We think we have got double the chance of finding something".
"It can't be helped and I thought we played well against a decent team like Bournemouth". The fans were just wonderful. "I've never seen or heard anything like it and I will remember it for the rest of my life really". He's also an avid Bristol City fan.
Upon scoring the opening goal, Bobby Reid held aloft a t-shirt with Sala's image.