Christian Dibble's car stolen after Wrexham failed to gain promotion

Christian Dibble's car stolen after Wrexham failed to gain promotion

- Christian Dibble is suspected to be a victim of angry fans after their playoff game

- Wrexham lost to Eastleigh and Dibble's car was stolen from where it was parked

- The 24-year-old shot-stopper was an unused substitute and has played just two games all season

Christian Dibble, Wrexham goalkeeper's car was stolen hours after his team lost in the National league play-offs against Eastleigh.

The 24-year-old shot-stopper was an unused substitute as the Red Dragons lost to an extra-time strike from Danny Hollands.

Dibble Mercedes-Benz A-Class had been stolen from his house, as he sent out an appeal to find it on social media.

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Posting a picture of his black motor, he captioned the tweet: "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."

Dibble who has played just twice this season also revealed he has endured the worst two days of his life after the incident

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In an interview with North Wales Live, the ex-Nuneaton ace 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 believes the thieves had broken into his house where they found the key to his car.

Wrexham's loss means they will have to endure a 12th successive season in the National League.

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Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that Jordan Pickford could be in trouble after he was spotted parking his £160,000 Lamborghini Urus in a disable space.

The Everton shot-stopper who earns around £60,000-a-week, was pictured stepping out of his 4x4 at the Trafford Center in Manchester.

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