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The 20-year-old Sunday league player was yesterday beginning a six-month jail term after a judge accused him of 'wanton violence'.While footballers have been sent to prison for punching opponents, the Football Association said Chapman, who admitted causing grievous bodily harm, was the first to be locked up for a bad tackle.
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[Up to 1834] [After 1834] [Staff] [Inmates] [Records] [Bibliography] [Links] In 1725, the joint parishes of St Giles-in-the-Fields and St George erected a parish workhouse in Holton at the north side of the junction of Endell Street and Short's Gardens, with its entrance at the north side on a narrow thoroughfare called Vinegar Yard (later Vinegar Lane).
The site gradually expanded and incorporated adjacent properties including several houses and an inn, with the resulting in a very irregular collection and arrangement of buildings.
The workhouse location and layout in 1830 are shown on the map below. In 1732, the workhouse was the subject of an entry in the early workhouse directory, An Account of Several Workhouses..., which began: September, 1731. George Bloomsbury, being lately one Parish, the Act of Parliament for dividing of them, has made Provision, that the Poor, receiving Alms of each Parish, shall continue on the same foot as they were before their Division; accordingly the Churchwardens and Overseers of the Poor in each parish, are in Concert, and contribute in proportion as they formerly did, towards the Support of a large Workhouse erected 1725, near Broad St.
But to his horror, Chapman, came sliding in from behind with his studs raised.
Mr Johnson said: 'It was like being hit by a train. Everyone thought it was two shin-pads snapping, but it was my leg.' Mr Johnson needed reconstructive surgery and had to have a steel rod inserted to hold the bone pieces together.
A footballer has become the first in Britain to be sent to prison for a reckless tackle.