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Peru - Dopey Players Horsing Around


If you thought that Wigan Athletic players sometimes looked a little dopey what about this lot in Peru.

A game between Ancash and Acosvinchos ended up with serious problems for a tired looking Acosvinchos side

Four players fainted after drinking water from a bottle that was passed to them by opposition officials

Taken to hospital and following blood tests the players were found to have traces of benzodiazepine, a horse sedative, in their bodies....neigh, I kid you not

Acosvinchos team boss Americo Ibanez said: 'My boys say Ancash medical staff gave them a liquid which made them feel dizzy and faint.`


In response Ancash president Pepe Mallqui said: 'They ate a very late lunch, barbecued chicken with spices and ended up taking indigestion tablets afterwards. I'm sure these four men fainted because of that and the physical effort they put in.'

A horsey tale from the Andes, the four players are back in the paddock and looking forward to their carrots.





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Writer: worbo Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Thursday October 21 2010

Time: 12:45PM

Your Comments

Spicy Chicken or Horse Sedative...hmmm
worbo
Benzodiazepines are the group of drugs that make up Vallium Tomazapam and general tranks, see knew my medic knowlege would come in handy one day
ZAKKY
Dr Zakky...I feel like I have been doped most days, a sign of getting older I think, or the wifes slipping something in my water!!!
worbo
 

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