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I didn't see the incident but I had a phone call from my grandson after the game. He saw the unfortunate aftermath of the fall and said it looked pretty serious. Here's hoping he makes a full and speedy recovery.

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2 hours ago, sheffieldblue said:

Just had a call from a good friend, the man's son in law

The man who had the fall is Harry Johnson , 89 years old,

He is currently in the Hallamshire, being moved to a High Intensive ward.

He has broken his jaw in 5 places, an eye socket, lost several teeth, several deep cuts and severe facial bruising too.

I speak to him most home games, he is a really nice guy and im sure we will all wish him a speedy and complete recovery

My god thats awful - wising him all the best :sad:

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2 hours ago, sheffieldblue said:

Just had a call from a good friend, the man's son in law

The man who had the fall is Harry Johnson , 89 years old,

He is currently in the Hallamshire, being moved to a High Intensive ward.

He has broken his jaw in 5 places, an eye socket, lost several teeth, several deep cuts and severe facial bruising too.

I speak to him most home games, he is a really nice guy and im sure we will all wish him a speedy and complete recovery

 

Get back soon Harry.

 

May I suggest the club put Harry and a few of his guests in a directors box with all food thrown in etc. When he's better. I'm sure he's put his fair share of cash into the club over the years.

 

Great PR opportunity for the Club to build bridges with the fans.

 

Do it SWFC.

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Bloody hell, all the best Harry, we're all rooting for you to make a swift recovery.

That's a horrendous bit of bad luck. Hope he's comfortable in time for Christmas at least.
Everybody take extra care, stuff like this could literally happen to anyone.

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Get well soon Harry.

89 yrs old, turning up to watch that rubbish on a cold wet Tuesday evening, a true fan.

 

Hope he does get a V.i.P treatment from the club, he's earned it.

 

Look forward to seeing photos of him being visited by the players when he's sitting up in bed.

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3 Minutes ago, royalowlisback said:

Bloody hell, all those injuries now you want him and his family homeless. You are worse than Hitler.

 

:ph34r:lol

Luxury, we used to dream of living in a box. We had it tough, we used to live in lake.

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39 minutes ago, Greengrass said:

 

Get back soon Harry.

 

May I suggest the club put Harry and a few of his guests in a directors box with all food thrown in etc. When he's better. I'm sure he's put his fair share of cash into the club over the years.

 

Great PR opportunity for the Club to build bridges with the fans.

 

Do it SWFC.

 

It would be nice to think the club will do something like this , 89 years old still attending games and especially on a cold wet Tuesday night when loads like me watched it on sky .

Speedy recovery Harry and support at its very best 

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1 minute ago, Watto said:

 

It would be nice to think the club will do something like this , 89 years old still attending games and especially on a cold wet Tuesday night when loads like me watched it on sky .

Speedy recovery Harry and support at its very best 

 

Exactly mate, bit of weather and the red button didn't put him off.

Respect.

 

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