Oh dear, oh dear.
I would not want to take anything away from Mr JÃ¶rling’s achievement in making the most of his life after his tragic injury in Portugal, nor do I seek to make fun of him whatsoever.
But as a ‘murder victim’ he leaves a lot to be desired – he doesn’t even have the decency to look marginally ‘peaky’. Why should he, he’s not dead.
This is the man that led to Graham Mitchell spending the night in Wandsworth Prison as a category ‘A’ prisoner – accused of murder. Graham is still on bail. Reporting to the police station every day because he stands accused of murdering someone who is alive and well.
Fortunately for Mr JÃ¶rling he is alive and well – playing wheelchair basketball for RSC OsnabrÃ¼ck at Premier League level.
Which is a tad embarrassing for the Portuguese authorities.
Here is the full RSC OsnabrÃ¼ck team for the 2012 season. Mr JÃ¶rling plays Forward, No 8 on his shirt. Here is the link to his current biography.
I am sure all my readers will wish them the best of luck for the coming season.
The (basket) ball is in your court now Portugal.
|Â 4||Rother,Â Mareike||22||1,5||Forward|
|Â 5||Nohl, Dennis||24||4,5 NB||Center|
|Â 7||Glanemann, Michael||50||4,5 NB||Center|
|Â 8||JÃ¶rling, Andre||42||1,0||Forward|
|Â 9||HÃ¼semann, Bernd||38||1,5||Guard / Forward|
|10||Greiwe, Volker||39||3,0||Center / Forward|
|11||Happeck, Rainer||50||2,0||Guard / Forward|
|13||Hotfilter, Anja||23||4,5 NB||Center|
|14||Fuchte, Christiane||33||4,5 NB||Center|
|15||Springmeier, Rudi||46||4,5 MB||Center|