Footballer jailed for breaking opponent’s leg
1 October 2015
From the section Manchester
Manchester Evening News
Nathaniel Kerr was jailed for a year for breaking an opponent’s leg
A Sunday League footballer who deliberately stamped on an opponent’s leg, breaking it in several places, has been jailed for a year.
Nathaniel Kerr, 24, pleaded guilty at Manchester Crown Court to assault.
The 30-year-old victim, Stuart Parsons, had been arguing with one of Kerr’s team-mates just before the incident in Stockport last August, the court heard.
Mr Parsons had reconstructive surgery on his right ankle and spent weeks in hospital after the assault.
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