An Irish football team has apologized for killing his own player's death. Ballybrack FC apologized to his fans Tuesday after…
An Irish football team has apologized for killing his own player’s death. Ballybrack FC apologized to his fans Tuesday after the team told the league one of their players had died on Friday.
The team told the Leinster Senior League that one of its players, Fernando Nuno La Fuente, had died. The team’s game against Arklow Town, which took place on Saturday, was interrupted due to the news.
The league held a moment of silence for La Fuente during play all weekend, according to the Irish Times.
La Fuente, however, was not dead. After doing some excavation, the league became suspicious, Chairman David Moran told RTÉ Sport.
“We were told he was flying back to Spain on Saturday. Just off, who called alarm clocks for us. How would you die early on Friday morning and be flown back to Spain on Saturday?
” It began rash then. We called and we could not get any answers from them (the club).
“We checked the hospitals, we checked everywhere. No one could find anything about this young fella. Of course, some of his teammates on social media released that he went back to Spain four weeks ago.”
The league does not believe that here was an honest mistake either. Leinster Senior League believes that Ballybrack FC made the announcement to come out of Saturday’s match. Moran called that movement “extremely” and “ridiculous”.
League has launched an investigation of the issue.
In his apology, Ballybrack FC said a person with the team ” who has had severe personal difficulties not known to any other member of the club” was responsible for saying that the league La Fuente had died. That person has been freed from his duties, according to the team.
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