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Carlisle Utd defender Sean McDaid forced to retire due to injury

Carlisle United left-back Sean McDaid has been forced to retire at 25 due to a knee injury.

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I remember being a sponsor of his while he was at Doncaster Rovers, He was one of the nicest blokes you could meet, shame that his career has been cut short.

Posted by Keely Milburn on 21 March 2011 at 23:38

Very sorry to hear the news of your early retirement due to injury. Best wishes for the future and I will be thinking of you.

All the best

Stephen Welbourn

Posted by STEPHEN WELBOURN on 21 March 2011 at 20:44

hi sean keep ur head up mate you have never given up mate so dont give up now think kids thay will look up to .you was a exellent player 100 per cent ever game played top man again keep ur head up mate all the best warren ,danielle ash ang drfc

Posted by warren hansn on 21 March 2011 at 20:15

From all Doncaster Rovers fans you will be sorely missed. Great player with 100% determination! If it wasn't for your injuries I think you would probably have still been in the first team for Donny. Great Left Back!!

Posted by Steven Millington on 21 March 2011 at 17:04

the last time i saw sean was at Doncaster Rovers game, He will be very Sadly Miss in the game of Football. I wish him all the best sean,

Posted by mark lewis on 21 March 2011 at 10:47

We've known Sean since he was 5 years old, and you couldn't wish to meet a nicer person. He was always 100% committed to his football, and this setback is hard for all his family and friends to take. However, Sean is a strong character, and will go on to bigger and better things. And if we can do anything to help, he knows where we are.
All the best Sean,
Alan & Anne

Posted by Anne & Alan Robinson on 20 March 2011 at 12:20

I met Sean at my school whilst he opened our new sports centre (2005), he stayed and chatted for an hour about everything.

The weekend after at the game he came up to me at the end and had a chat again, regularly spoke to me at the games and had loads of time for my younger cousins when they wanted a photo or autograph

Massive miss to the game.

Never forget you going mental with the crowd at Scunthorpe away when we won 2-1

All the best Sean.

Posted by Lucas on 18 March 2011 at 16:57

Very bad luck for the young man , whilst a previous comment about a testimonial was shot down why, not some sort of benefit match for the lad with the money going to a charity of his choice?

Posted by phil on 11 March 2011 at 15:26

I'm sorry to hear that your career is being cut short. I thought you would have made a fantastic addition to our defence, but remember when 1 door closes another opens. You still have a vast amount of knowledge of the game and you could think about using this knowledge to coach youngsters. You may have to pack up your boots, but you could bring us our next new defender.
All the best in the future Sean.

Posted by JTH on 11 March 2011 at 12:12

All the best sean you were an amazing player at Donny, such a nice bloke
Good luck in the future

Posted by jennie Hair on 11 March 2011 at 11:05

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