Bohemians player Daniel Mandroiu was not in fact "gargled"
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Bohemians press release attributes star player’s absence to being “gargled”

Danny Mandroiu clarifies he was injured, not drunk.

'Danny Mandroiu (gargled)'

Bohs team news ahead of tonight's game with Dundalk 😂 pic.twitter.com/lOgbTRyMZk

— Gavin Cooney (@gcooney93) August 7, 2020

League of Ireland side Bohemians declared Danny Mandroiu a doubt due to being “gargled” in their press release before Friday’s match against Dundalk.

The word is an Irish slang term for ‘drunk’ and drew an angry reaction from the player on social media, with the club later apologising and saying it was a joke.

Regarding the team news that @bfcdublin sent out earlier, what was said was completely untrue, I am out injured at the moment. Im sure you will hear this from the club too eventually but I just wanted to clear that up for myself and my reputation.

— Daniel (@mandroiu10) August 7, 2020

In his tweet, Mandroiu clarified that he is in fact injured and he received a supportive reply from Brighton and Hove Albion forward Aaron Connolly.

Bohs managed to win 2-1 without him at Dalymount Park, leaving them 2nd in the top flight table and their opponents 3rd.

Shouldn’t even have to clear something like that upđŸ˜€

— Aaron Connolly (@AaronConnolly_9) August 7, 2020