Jordan Sinnott Biography – Wiki
Jordan Sinnott was born on February 14, 1994 in Bradford, United Kingdom. Jordan James Sinnott was an English footballer who played as a midfielder. He was the son of the former Huddersfield Town captain Lee Sinnott.
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Jordan Sinnott Age
He was 39 years old. He stands to height of 5 feet 11 inches.
He first joined Huddersfield Town’s academy in the late 2000s, eventually becoming the captain of the under-18 team in 2012. During the same year, Sinnott was offered a professional contract.
Following the sacking of Simon Grayson as Huddersfield manager on 24 January 2013, the manager of the under-18 team, Mark Lillis, was promoted to the role of caretaker manager, and gave Sinnott his first appearance in the Huddersfield first team in their 1–1 draw against Leicester City in the 4th round of the FA Cup at the John Smith’s Stadium on 26 January 2013.
After the match, Sinnott expressed being positive on his debut and described himself as: “not really the nervous type! His first league appearance was as a substitute in Town’s 6–1 hammering by Nottingham Forest at the City Ground on 19 February 2013. Despite only making two appearances, Sinnott was offered a new 2 year contract by the club, which he signed, keeping him at the club until 2015.
After eight years at the club, Sinnott was released by Huddersfield after having his contract terminated by mutual consent on 2 February 2015, with his contract due to expire in the summer.
Death\ Cause of Death
Sinnott was found unconscious with a fractured skull in the market place of Retford, Nottinghamshire, in the early hours of 25 January 2020, following what Nottinghamshire Police described as a “large-scale fight”. He was admitted to hospital in a critical condition and died later that evening. His loan club Matlock Town and parent club Alfreton Town had both postponed their respective matches earlier that day.
Det Insp Justine Wilson said: “Mr Sinnott’s death is a sad and significant development in this investigation.
“Our investigative team’s focus will remain on identifying those responsible and bringing them to justice.”
On Saturday, Matlock Town, who play in the Northern Premier League, said players found out about Sinnott’s condition when they arrived for their match against Mickleover Sports and “agreed it should be postponed to a future date”.
The club issued a statement after he died, which said: “His family and friends were with him at his bedside and we send our sincere condolences to them all at this very sad time.”