One Direction singer Louis Tomlinson has been forced to pull out of his soccer debut for hometown club Doncaster Rovers after he was injury in a charity game on September 8.
Louis Tomlinson has pulled out of a soccer match due to injury.
The One Direction star - who was vomited after a crunching tackle from professional player Gabriel Agbonlahor in a charity game on September 8 - will not be able to play for Doncaster Rovers as scheduled on Wednesday (18.09.13).
The 'Best Song Ever' hitmaker - who signed for his hometown club earlier this year as a non-contract player - was due to make his debut for the team' reserve side this week but has been forced to pull out due to his injury.
He wrote on Twitter: ''Unfortunately due to injury I cannot play at this week's Doncaster Rovers match.
''I will still be attending the match on the bench ... I will play in another game in 2014, to be announced.
''Fans that have bought tickets for the match can apply for a full refund. I'm really sorry I can't play I'm gutted.''
Louis was hurt playing for a Celtic XI - made up of celebrities and soccer stars - in charity match to honour former Aston Villa captain Stiliyan Petrov, whose career was cut short when he was diagnosed with leukemia.