Former Norwich City footballer Andre Wisdom stabbed and robbed in Liverpool

Former Liverpool and current Derby County defender Andre Wisdom is recovering in hospital after being stabbed during a robbery attempt.

According to Sky Sports, the Derby County star was picking up a relative in Liverpool when he was stabbed "more than once and robbed" while climbing out of his vehicle.

He's been stabbed and is in hospital.

Andre Wisdom, who now plays for Derby County, was stabbed while getting out of his auto on Sunday.

The defender was hospitalised but is in a stable condition.

The attack came hours after Wisdom and teammates celebrated promotion-chasing Derby's Saturday's 2-1 Championship win over Reading.


'Merseyside police are investigating and the Club will focus its efforts on supporting Andre and his family.

The club tweeted on Monday night: 'Get well soon, Wis'. It was totally unprovoked.

Wisdom signed for Liverpool as a youngster and worked his way through the club's youth system.

The defender is now recovering in hospital, with Derby confirming that Wisdom sustained injuries during the attack.

Wisdom joined Liverpool as a teenager, making his first-team debut under Kenny Dalglish in the 2012/13 season, before loan spells at Derby, West Brom, Norwich and Red Bull Salzburg. They are just three points off the play-off places at present.

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