Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp hails Roma gesture for stricken fan Sean Cox
Roma’s players prepared for tonight’s Champions League semi-final, second leg against Liverpool by training in t-shirts with the message ‘Forza Sean’ in solidarity with the Meathman Sean Cox, who has spent seven days in a coma after being attacked by Roma fans outside Anfield.
Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp hailed the move. “Great, great, great gesture. I already thought they showed a great gesture before training at Anfield at the memorial for the 96,” said Klopp, referencing Roma’s laying a wreath in memory of the Hillsborough victims a week ago.
“In these moments at least football fans should stay together and show this kind of respect.”
Liverpool captain Jordan Henderson also sent a letter of support to Sean’s GAA club, St Peter’s Dunboyne.
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