Wrexham keeper has car stolen on same night his side are knocked out of National League play-offs

WREXHAM goalkeeper Christian Dibble was the victim of car theft just hours after his side lost in the National League play-offs against Eastleigh.

The 24-year-old was an unused substitute at the Racecourse Ground as the Red Dragons succumbed to an extra-time strike from Danny Hollands on Thursday.

Dibble was then unlucky enough to find out his Mercedes-Benz A-Class had been stolen from his house, as he sent out an appeal to find it on social media.

Posting a picture of his black motor, he captioned the tweet: "Had my car stolen last night from my house in Altrincham. REG. ML66 XBH.

"If anyone has any info on it or spots it can you give me a shout. Thank you."

Dibble – who has only featured twice this term due to form of player of the season Rob Lainton – also revealed he has endued the worst two days of his life.

In an interview with North Wales Live, the ex-Nuneaton ace said: "Obviously [it was] gutting to lose the way we did last night.

"I felt we had enough chances to win the game, had a clear good goal disallowed and it wasn't our night in the end.

"I didn't manage to get home in the end until 12am.

"Then I wake up in the morning to go to the shop for some food and realise my car is missing.


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"I immediately thought this is probably the worst two days of my life."

Dibble – son of former Manchester City shot-stopper Andy – believes the thieves had broken into his house where they found the key to his car.

Wrexham's 1-0 loss against the Spitfires means they will have to endure a 12th successive season in the National League.

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