Updated on November 28, 2008, at. 17:12
A real drama in Ireland: A football club announces a player's death so as not to compete outside the game.
The Irish football amateur club has been terrific to not have to go to the exit game: "Ballybrack FC" reported the death of player Fernando Nuno La Fuente, but later appeared quite alive. The Spaniard of the Irish newspaper told friends and colleagues: "So I found out that I'm dead."
Obviously, all the costs incurred by the Arklow City Third-Class Leinster Senior League team should be eliminated, which eventually succeeded. La Fuente, who at that time was no longer active Ballybrack, knew that his name should be used to delay the game. However, at the beginning, there was talk of a false leg fracture. Then things got worse.
There were minutes of silence before the league games, and La Fuente and his wife had to satisfy several family members and friends after a terrible message. Since then, the club has apologized.
"They also apologized to me," La Fuente said. "No one has happened, I think it's a bit funny." However, now the famous secretary of the Ballybrack FC Club has apparently lost his position.