An amateur Irish football club have apologised for a "gross error of judgment" after falsely reporting that one of their players had died. The side's game against Arklow Town on Saturday was postponed, while other teams in the league held a minute's silence in honour of the player. The league are also said to have posted a notice of his death in Irish newspaper The Herald before it was discovered that La Fuente was alive and well. Ballybrack FC said they had contacted the player to confirm his wellbeing, and described the incident as a "grave and unacceptable mistake". In a statement posted on Facebook, the club said: "It has come to the attention of both the club, senior players and the management team that a gross error of judgment has occurred emanating from correspondence sent from a member of the senior set up management team to the Leinster Senior League. They added: "At this stage we can only offer our sincere apologies to the Leinster Senior League, our opponents Arklow Town FC and the host of clubs and football people who made contact with us or offered messages of support in recent days.
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An amateur Irish football club have apologised after falsely reporting the death of one of their players. Their game against Arklow Town on Saturday was postponed while a minute's silence was held before other fixtures. However, it emerged that La-Fuente is alive in his native Spain and the league has launched an investigation.
Edinburgh-based Dickens Waterfront, which only formed in the spring, has thrown the player out of the team. The player has also made a donation to the National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children by way of apology. The furore was sparked after the player posted tasteless remarks referring to the sex abuse scandal at Celtic Boys Club. The comments were made in a posting advertising an upcoming game against Cavalry Park Unders.