Wednesday , May 25 2022

An Irish club apologizes after a death dying about the death of the player


An amateur football club in Wales has apologized after death for the death of one of the players.

Dulyn Ballybrack FC club had informed Leinster's Premier League that Fernando Nuno La-Fuente had died in a traffic accident.

His game against Arklow Town on Saturday was suspended while silence was held before other installations.

However, it became apparent that La-Fuente was alive in its native Spain and the league has launched an investigation.

The league gave a death notice in an Irish newspaper, offering his "heart condolences" to his family and Ballybrack FC, before being informed that La-Fuente had not died.

"It has come to the attention of the club, the older players and the management team that there has been a gross error due to correspondence sent by a member of the senior management team to set up to the Leinster Premier League," he said. Ballybrack on Tuesday.

"An emergency meeting was held and the person in question has been released from all the football duties, within Ballybrack FC, his senior team and roles within the club itself.

"The club has contacted Fernando to confirm his location, his lease and his gratefulness because he received our apology on this issue.

"This serious and unacceptable mistake was a real character and was made by a person who has been experiencing serious unknown personal difficulties to any other members of the club.

"At the moment, we are just sincere apologies to the Leinster Premier, our opponents, FC Arklow Town and a host of clubs and soccer people who have contacted us or offering support messages in recent days.

Chairman of the David Moran league at RTE said the club's secretary resigned earlier on Tuesday.

"The young boy died in a motorcycle crash last Thursday. He went back to Spain four or five weeks ago, he's probably like," he said.

"The Leinster Premier was calling yesterday morning. We wanted to show our sympathy and go to the Mass and perhaps meet the family and see what we could do to help in this awful situation.

"And we were told he had flew back to Spain on Saturday, straight away, which called us alarm bells. How would you die early on Friday morning and fly it in back to Spain on the Saturday?

"We checked the hospitals, we checked everywhere. Nobody could find anything about this young man. Obviously, some of his fellow members releasing things on social media saying he is going back to Spain four weeks ago. "

The Leinster Premier League had released a statement earlier that outlining its plans for an investigation.

"The Leinster Premier League will co-operate with all relevant agencies in the investigation of this issue and the league will also deal with this issue through their own internal disciplinary procedures," he said.

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