The 29-year-old has previously played for Blackpool, Chorley and Bamber Bridge
Adam Dodd, 29, is a plumber and plays football at a semi-professional level for FC United of Manchester. He has also previously played for Blackpool, Chorley and Bamber Bridge.
Following that surgery though, he is looking at months without any income as a self-employed tradesman, as he recuperates both physically and also mentally as he comes to terms with in his words “going to hell and back”.
A crowdfunder has been set up to support Adam to ensure that his hardship is minimised while he fights to get back to where he was. The team says they hope Adam will make his hundredth FC appearance proudly wearing that captain’s armband. To donate to the fundraiser, click here.
- 05:30, 20 JUN 2022
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