Scotland Wales Northern Ireland
BBC Homepage feedback | low graphics version
BBC Sport Online
You are in: Northern Ireland  
Front Page 
Results/Fixtures 
Football 
Cricket 
Rugby Union 
Rugby League 
Tennis 
Golf 
Motorsport 
Boxing 
Athletics 
Other Sports 
Sports Talk 
In Depth 
Photo Galleries 
Audio/Video 
TV & Radio 
BBC Pundits 
Question of Sport 
Funny Old Game 

Around The Uk

BBC News

BBC Weather



Ian Nolan's solicitor Gary Dickinson
"It was a tough decision for Ian"
 real 14k

Friday, 23 February, 2001, 13:08 GMT
Nolan sues over Edinburgh tackle
Alen Boksic and Ian Nolan
Ian Nolan (right) is now playing for Bradford City
Northern Ireland full-back Ian Nolan is seeking damages over the tackle which broke his leg three years ago.

Nolan, currently playing for Premiership strugglers Bradford City, is suing Tottenham Hotspur and their former defender Justin Edinburgh.

Nolan was with Sheffield Wednesday when the incident happened in February 1998.

Both the tibia and fibia in his left leg were broken and Nolan was out of football for 18 months.

He returned to the Sheffield Wednesday side in August 1999 and made 37 appearances for the Owls during the 1999/2000 season.

Nolan and his solicitor have retained the barrister who represented former Sheffield Wednesday striker Gordon Watson in a similar case.

Search BBC Sport Online
Advanced search options
See also:

14 Feb 01 |  Northern Ireland
McIlroy ready to pick home produce
Internet links:


The BBC is not responsible for the content of external internet sites

Links to top Northern Ireland stories are at the foot of the page.


Links to other Northern Ireland stories

^^ Back to top