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What was the worst injury in soccer history?

What was the worst injury in soccer history?

Alan Smith. During a game against Liverpool, Alan Smith broke his leg and dislocated his ankle. Such a horrific injury occurred in February 2006, when he landed awkwardly while trying to block a free-kick from John Arne Rise.

What was Bo Jackson injury?

Jackson, just 28 years old, suffered a devastating hip injury during the Raiders’ playoff win over the Bengals. The injury ended Jackson’s NFL career, and three years later, Jackson hung up his baseball cleats for good.

Who has the worst injury in football?

1. Joe Theismann (1985) This play needs no introduction. On Monday Night Football in 1985, Washington Redskins quarterback Joe Theismann was hit by legendary New York Giants linebacker Lawrence Taylor and suffered one of the most gruesome injuries ever witnessed on live television in any sport.

Has anyone ever been killed in an NFL game?

Charles Frederick Hughes (March 2, 1943 – October 24, 1971) was an American football player, a wide receiver in the National Football League from 1967 to 1971. He is, to date, the only NFL player to die on the field during a game.

What NFL player has never been injured?

NFL star Ndamukong Suh has managed to stay injury-free for his entire 12-year NFL career, and has done so at a weight of 315 lbs.

What was Nick Collins injury?

The crown of Collins head collided with Stewart’s tailbone and Collins’ neck was compressed resulting in serious injury . He spent the night at the hospital and returned to Green Bay the next day, where it was announced that Collins would miss the remainder of the 2011 season.

What is the Bengals curse?

The Bengals had yet to win a playoff game since that 1991 postseason when they defeated the Houston Oilers before meeting with the Raiders. And the belief behind their string of incredibly poor luck since then is often credited to their role in Jackson’s career-ending injury. Many deemed it the “Curse of Bo Jackson.”