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LIVERPOOL - Sean Cox family: "He is still in critical condition"

09.05.2018 11.24 by Eugenia Stupina  read 1525
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The family of Sean Cox,  53, who has been attacked by Roma fans  at the night of Liverpool-Roma on April 24th, posted a statement on the official Liverpool website: "Sean remains in a critical condition but he is a fighter and that, coupled with the medical and spiritual support he is receiving, gives us hope in our hearts and we long for the day when our husband, dad and brother returns home, so we can be together as a family once more. In the meantime, we would ask that our privacy continues to be respected and when we have news we will share it at the appropriate time. Until then, all we can do is hope and pray for Sean in the knowledge that he is receiving the best possible care."

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