It has been revealed that Wrexham goalkeeper Christian Dibble had his car stolen following his side’s National League playoff defeat to Eastleigh on Thursday.
The player watched the Welsh side get knocked out from the sidelines and endured more heartache when hours later had his vehicle from outside his home robbed.
He got home to find his Mercedes-Benz A-Class wasn’t there and has since taken to his Twitter as well as the media to appeal for information.
Dibble wrote on Twitter: “Had my car stolen last night from my house in Altrincham. REG. ML66 XBH.
“If anyone has any info on it or spots it can you give me a shout. Thank you.”
Had my car stolen last night from my house in Altrincham. REG. ML66 XBH. If anyone has any info on it or spots it can you give me a shout. Thank you 👍🏻☺️ pic.twitter.com/m6NalApj65
— Christian Dibble (@ChristianDibble) May 3, 2019
Speaking to North Wales Live, Dibble said he had been left “gutted”.
He said: “Obviously [it was] gutting to lose the way we did last night. I felt we had enough chances to win the game, had a clear good goal disallowed and it wasn’t our night in the end.
“I didn’t manage to get home in the end until 12am.
“Then I wake up in the morning to go to the shop for some food and realise my car is missing.
“I immediately thought this is probably the worst two days of my life.”
Dibble added that the culprit broke into his house got the key and made way with it.
After finding out Wrexham keeper Christian Dibble had his car stolen following the playoff defeat on Thursday, fans took to give their reaction with support, others took the chance to tweet back something amusing – find out what was said on the next page.
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