Ugly, as James Montgomery from Forest Green got Mansfields Gethin Jones’ boot in smasken during Tuesday's League Two, England's fourth best series, the showdown between the two teams.
The 24-year-old keeper, who was subsequently taken to hospital, was fortunately of good courage, when he on the road shared a view, where the blood trickled from the poor man's face.
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On way to hospital, setting up a just giving page if anyone wants to help me pay for my new teeth.. good point and well done to the lads on coming back from behind! the— James Montgomery (@JMontgomery94) 29. January 2019
You should see the other let!! @FGRFC_Official pic.twitter.com/d5fK8Av0eU
’On the way to the hospital, put a donerings-site up, if anyone will help me pay for new teeth.. Important points and well done by the guys with a comeback!’ he writes in the tweetet with the related picture.
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Montgomery was the damage after an hour of play. At the time it was the home team Forest Green have a home in Nailsworth in the south west of England, trailing by a goal. Ten minutes after keeperens damage got the offset to the end result 1-1 and put themselves in fourth place in League Two. Three points away from direct promotion.
Forest Green Rovers have never made themselves noticed for their football game. Thus, they are world-renowned to be an incredibly sustainable club, where their future stadium is being built of recycled materials, the players live vegan, and stadionlamperne lights up with power saving LED lights.
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