Wissam Ben Yedder revealed a tribute to missing Cardiff City striker Emiliano Sala after scoring for Sevilla against Barcelona on Wednesday evening.Ben Yedder helped his side to a 2-0 win in the Copa del Rey quarter-final first leg, lifting his shirt to reveal a message that read, “For my brother. Strength. E.Sala.”Sala has been missing since the airplane taking him from Nantes to South Wales went missing over the English Channel on Monday evening. Article continues below Editors’ Picks ‘There is no creativity’ – Can Solskjaer get Man Utd scoring freely again? ‘Everyone legged it on to the pitch!’ – How Foden went from Man City superfan to future superstar Emery out of jail – for now – as brilliant Pepe papers over Arsenal’s cracks What is Manchester United’s ownership situation and how would Kevin Glazer’s sale of shares affect the club? His disappearance came after he had completed a £15 million ($19m) to Cardiff in a club record deal.En mi corazón y en mis oraciones 🤲🏻❤❤️ Pienso en ti Emi pic.twitter.com/Irn6FvYDxF— Wissam Ben Yedder (@WissBenYedder) January 23, 2019Although Ben Yedder, a France international, has never played for the same club as Sala, he played against the former Nantes and Bordeaux striker in a number of Ligue 1 clashes when playing for Toulouse.The search for the 28-year-old and his pilot David Ibbotson – the only two men on board the aircraft – will continue but hopes of finding either of the two men are fading fast. John Fitzgerald, chief officer of Channel Islands Air Search, indicated to the BBC that “even the most fit person” would last only a few hours in the Channel at this time of year.”Sadly, I really don’t think, personally, there is any hope. At this time of year the conditions out there are pretty horrendous if you are actually in the water,” he said.Cardiff had hoped Sala, who has netted 12 goals in 19 appearances in France’s top flight this term, would make a strong impact to help their fight to stay in the Premier League. And the forward’s friend and spokesperson Martin Molteni has said Sala’s family still hope to find him: “We only have the information being released by the official media.””The search continues. We’re in constant communication with the Argentine embassy in France, the provincial government and Emiliano’s agent.”All the efforts are in finding the plane. Then, an investigation must be done. Romina, Emiliano’s sister, travelled to England with her partner and a companion. She had official help to facilitate her entrance to the UK.”The search for the missing plane is expected to continue on Thursday.
an increased ability to improve collections and better locate an evasive payor by obtaining information such as a payor’s social insurance number and other identifying information establishing new rules allowing notices to be served via email or by other electronic communication an improved garnishment process making it easier to seize assets of a payor in persistent arrears defining “persistent arrears” as failure to make full payments over three payment periods or accumulated money owed of more than $3,000 language changes and minor housekeeping items. The amendments are being proclaimed and new regulations rolled out in phases. This is the first phase. More amendments will be proclaimed later this year and in 2018. The program is also adding five new positions, including two new enforcement officers and a trainer. For more information on the Maintenance Enforcement Program visit: https://mep.novascotia.ca/en/resources. Amendments passed last fall to strengthen the province’s ability to collect court-ordered child and spousal support are now in effect. “There are more than 15,000 Nova Scotian children who rely on these court-ordered payments,” said Justice Minister Mark Furey. “We are committed to stronger enforcement. We’re working hard to improve this program by providing better customer service and improved communication with families who rely on us.” The key changes give government authority to seize and hold funds beyond what is owed and use those funds for future payments for someone who is repeatedly late with payments. These could include monies on deposit in banks, lottery winnings, inheritance, and surplus sale proceeds. Other changes include: