An Irish soccer club apologizes Tuesday Was forced to falsely stating an after thought one of budgets added players.
Ballybrack Leinster Senior League Officials told FC That Nuno Fernando La Fuente thought Been killed in a motorcycle accident, forcing postponement of budgets Match Against Arklow Town FC, According to The Guardian. ALSO across-the-league players wore armbands in remembrances of La Fuente, According to Deadspin.
The league investigated La Fuente's death and Discovered some of HIS teammates were posting on social media Gone That he thought back to Spain, According to The Guardian.
"We rang and we ANY ANSWERS Could not get out of them," Leinster Senior League chairman David Moran told-the RTE Sport. "We Checked-the Hospitals, Everywhere. Nobody Could find Print Anything about young fella. Some of HIS teammates [then] released stuff on social media, sayings he strating back to Spain four Weeks ago. "
The league condemned Ballybrack Was Confirmed to an after FC La Fuente did in fact return to Spain.
"THE Leinster Senior League would like to Acknowledge That the-Notification of-the death of a Ballybrack FC player as Shared With for member clubs and media partner the, without foundation," Moran said in a Tuesday statement, Adding That the-player Was the "good health "and returned to Spain.
Ballybrack called FC-the incident a "gross error of Judgment."
"As of Emergency Print an evening meeting Was Held-the-person in question and Has Been for footballing relieved of Duties, WITHIN Ballybrack FC, budgets senior team and roles With The club itself. The club Has contacted Fernando to Confirm HIS whereabouts, Wellbeing and are thankful for HIS acceptance of Our apology on Print matter, "a statement read.
"Grave and unacceptable mistake Print Was Completely out of character and Was made by a Person Who Has Been experiencing Severe Difficulties unbeknownst to ANY Other staff-members of the-club. The club Will Continue to Provide a duty of care to support for parties and That May Offer the-BE needed at this time. Print-person Previously thought to-the senior team contributed Greatly With The club in recent-years and to-the Wider footballing community across Dublin for DECADES. "
Moran told-the Irish newspaper he Will Meet With The club Thursday to discuss a punishment.