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AS Roma Train In Personalised Shirts Dedicated To Liverpool Fan Sean Cox

AS Roma Train In Personalised Shirts Dedicated To Liverpool Fan Sean Cox

AS Roma players have produced a wonderful tribute to Sean Cox, the Liverpool fan left fighting for his life after being attacked by Roma ultras ahead of the Champions League semi-final first leg at Anfield last week.

53-year old Cox, from Dunboyne in Meath, Ireland was seriously assaulted by thuggish Giallorossi supporters, suffering injuries to the head and being placed in a critical condition as a result.

Roma president James Pallotta branded the group of supporters responsible "fucking morons" and said it was a minority showing the club in a negative light.

Cox, a father of two, has received a whole host of brilliant gestures from his beloved Liverpool - such as Jurgen Klopp sporting a Liverbird in Irish colours for his pre-Stoke press conference, before the squad hung his St Peter's GAA, Dunboyne jersey in the Anfield dressing room ahead of the game.

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Now, opponents Roma have showed their class by training in shirts which read 'Forza Sean':

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Sean is currently recovering in hospital and some fine folks have set up a Go Fund Me page to raise money for his medical bills.

In six days, 3,946 people have dug deep in their pockets to raise a whopping €76,827 for Sean and his family. The end goal is to get to €80,000 so here's hoping the donations keep coming - and of course that Sean makes a fully recovery.

Topics: Liverpool, Football News, Football, AS Roma, Liverpool fans, Champions League

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