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RIP Jordan Sinnott

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Some of you might have heard about this in the news ... the former Chesterfield and Huddersfield player Jordan Sinnott has died at the age of just 25 after suffering a fractured skull after a night out in Retford.

https://www.bbc.com/news/uk-england-nottinghamshire-51249670

For any of you planning a night out next weekend, just remember to look after yourselves and avoid anyone who's looking for trouble. It only takes one idiot for something tragic to happen :(

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I noticed  on Saturday that both Alfreton Town and Matlock Town's games had been postponed due to  unforeseen circumstances ..On further internet investigation I discovered there had been an unrelated murder in Alfreton on Thursday.This news came as a bit of a shock having grown up in Alfreton and watching Town when The Rams weren't playing.Violent times ! RIP Jordon Sinnott.

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I noticed not long after it happened, it's been doing the rounds on social media and it's very saddening.

These types of things shouldn't happen, I know I'm saying the obvious but I am surprised that there's no CCTV etc. I have noticed tweets from the players dad, appealing for witnesses. I hope they catch anyone involved and, they get a serve punishment.

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My condolences go to his family, sad to hear another player has passed.

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3 people have been arrested, one held longer according to the news. i hope they catch the right people and make them pay for it.

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It's those small minority of people looking for trouble, that cause so much unrest in this world. This is awful, Rest in Peace Jordan Sinnott.

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Seen it on the new and online, horrible repercussion for such a young player. On a night out too. :(

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He was 26 right? That's no age.

The cause of the attack probably should have been resolved, just idiots looking to be big. Rest in Peace.

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In response to an appeal by his family, Notts have donated a shirt and will hold a minute's applause on Saturday. While fans of other clubs are still waiting for a response, Notts have reacted quickly and unbureaucratically - top marks.

@Chris it happened on the market square near four banks and a taxi rank, so I'd be amazed if there weren't any CCTV footage. I see the alleged perpetrators have been charged with manslaughter now.

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Manslaughter seems a bit of a light charge considering they caused a person to die, sounds unfair that 3 people took one 1 person.

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Yes, it was good to see Notts, Forest and Mansfield joining in this campaign to pay tribute to Jordan Sinnott.

I believe there will be a minutes silence before the game tomorrow too.

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It's nice to see the unity from the football clubs paying respect, I hope it goes along way to drumming some sense into people. Things like this shouldn't happen, its very pointless.

Rest in Peace Jordan Sinnott.

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On 29/01/2020 at 21:28, DangerousSausage said:

@Chris it happened on the market square near four banks and a taxi rank, so I'd be amazed if there weren't any CCTV footage. I see the alleged perpetrators have been charged with manslaughter now.

A police officer made a statement involved Central News, about a lack of witness due to there being no visible CCTV.

Not sure, if this is true or just them trying to build a better case by getting people to come forward.

His dad also shared some open appeals via Twitter, asking for members of the public to bring justice to Jordan.

I don’t really know the area, but I am pleased it seems the case has been solved.

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