Jordan Sinnott Wiki- Jordan Sinnott Bio
Jordan James Sinnott (February 14, 1994 – January 25, 2020) was an English footballer who played as a midfielder. He was the son of former Huddersfield Town captain Lee Sinnott  and was signed by the Northern Premier League team Matlock Town at the time of his death in January 2020. He died following an altercation in downtown Retford where he was attacked.
He attended St Mary’s Menston Catholic Voluntary Academy and later joined Huddersfield’s Town Academy in the late 2000s,  eventually becoming the captain of the U-18 team in 2012. During the same year, a Sinnott was offered a professional contract. 3]
Following the firing of Simon Grayson as Huddersfield manager on January 24, 2013, U-18 team coach Mark Lillis was promoted to interim manager position and gave Sinnott his first appearance in Huddersfield’s first team in his 1-1 draw against Leicester City in the FA Cup fourth round at John Smith’s Stadium on January 26, 2013.  After the game, 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 loss to Nottingham Forest at the City Ground on February 19. 2013. 
Despite only making two appearances, the club offered Sinnott a new two-year contract,  which he signed, keeping him with the club until 2015. 
After eight years at the club, Sinnott was released by Huddersfield after his contract was mutually terminated on February 2, 2015, and his contract expired in the summer. [
Sinnott was found unconscious with a suspected skull fracture in Retford, Nottinghamshire, in the early hours of January 25, 2020, following an altercation in which he was attacked and suffered a head injury . He was admitted to the North General Hospital in Sheffield in critical condition, where he died shortly before 19:00 that night . Matlock Town and his old club Alfreton Town had postponed their respective matches that same day.  Police arrested two men in connection with the fight. 
He was carrying a donor card at the time of his death. [2. 3]
In tribute to his death, his brother Tom and his dear friend Duane Holmes sent an appeal to football clubs across the country to send shirts with Sinnott’s name on the back for his funeral.  800 different soccer jerseys from around the world were donated and displayed at his funeral at Bradford City Stadium.  It was announced that after the funeral, the soccer jerseys would be donated to Sport Relief.