Connect with us

Non League

Update made on injured player after match gets abandoned on Non League Day

An update has been made on an injured player after a Northern Premier League Midlands Division match gets abandoned on Non League Day.

Shepshed Dynamo took on Belper Town, and after an exciting start, the game was stopped in 37th minute, before the referee made the call to abandon the game.

Belper wrote via their Twitter account: “Delay here due to a serious looking injury to Niemczyk. 🀞🏻 for the best news as the medical people take their time.

Eight minutes later, they added: “We await an ambulance for Niemczyk and the referee has had no choice but to abandon the match.

“We send our best wishes to Jakub for a speedy recovery.”

Shepshed said: “We would like to send our best wishes to @BelperTownFC Jakub Niemczyk and wish him a speedy recovery after today’s horrible scenes… πŸ–€πŸ€”

Artur Niemczyk @noprok7, father of Jakub, stated on Sunday morning: “I want to big thank you to the medical teams from both clubs for Jakub care suffered a leg break in yesterday’s game between @ShepshedDynamo and @BelperTownFC. Thank you all the supporters for your support for the bad time for Kuba . Thank you πŸ™πŸ™πŸ™”

Belper chairman @ian_woodward1 wrote: “Keep strong and positive Kuba lad, am sure with your loving family and the football community to support you, you will be back playing again very soon! Hope to see you soon πŸ’›πŸ–€βš½οΈβ€οΈβ€οΈβ€οΈ”

Prior to the incident, Belper took the lead on the 6th minute, a the long throw paid off as despite another wonder save from Ganley, Alex Peterson was on hand to nod in the rebound.

In an excellent start to the match, Shepshed had responded well to going behind, forcing a couple of corners and a good save from debutant Moore.

Shepshed then levelled as Belper couldn’t clear a free kick and the ball fell to Ritzema who finished calmly.

Belper enjoyed slightly the better of things after the scoreline became 1-1, but the pace slowed down on what was a warm Leicestershire day.

As an update is made on the injured player after the Northern Premier League match gets abandoned on Non League Day, fans and clubs paid respect and wished Jakub well…

@Matlock_TownFC: Sending our best wishes to Jakub for a speedy recovery πŸ’™πŸ€

@BelperBeerClub: Hope after the initial disappointment Kuba will come back from this and make a speedy recovery was tough to watch from the stands but much worse for the players and family. Thoughts also for the Shepshed player, did not seem dangerous just very unfortunate.

@JoshuaJPE: Yea, I echo this sentiment. The @ShepshedDynamo player will be utterly heartbroken tonight, even though he did little wrong.

@YouYeltz: Sorry to hear this. Best wishes to the player and those involved.

@StamfordAFC1896: From everyone at SAFC, we wish Jakub a speedy recovery.

@PeterHannah101: Horrendous news, so sorry to hear about this, really hope Jakub is okay and recovers safely πŸ™

@IncredibleKoosh: Bad news – Kuba has been great since he’s been here. Wish him the best for his recovery.

@RussH27: Thoughts with you, hope it’s not to bad πŸ™

@BielefeldPompey: Sending best wishes to Jakob and all @BelperTownFC πŸ’œ

@Mike15440972: Please pass on our best wishes to Kuba Artur, it was horrible to see what happened yesterday. You and your family are in our thoughts πŸ‘

@David_RyleyWM: So sorry to hear the bad news Artur, such bad luck for Jakub after his previous injury. I know he will come back stronger though, as he has that strong mentality to succeed. Wishing him a speedy recovery πŸ™πŸ»πŸ™πŸ»πŸ™πŸ»

@emmall68: Wishing Kuba a speedy recovery; please pass on mine and Jake’s best wishes xx

@Fergie30: Give him my love mate. Keep smiling. Stay strong. πŸ’ͺ🏻

@StumpsterSammy: I hope all goes well πŸ€žπŸ™πŸ™

@Rob_BAFC: Best wishes Kuba πŸ’›πŸ–€

@TomBAFCjarvo: No luck for the lad hope we stick by him

Click to comment

You must be logged in to post a comment Login

Leave a Reply

More in Non League