Tuesday November 24, 2020

Liverpool, a city with great heart

The attack on Irish man and Liverpool supporter Sean Cox last week was a horrific reminder of football’s bad old days, but it has brought out the best of this welcoming city

29th April, 2018

The brutal assault of Irishman Sean Cox outside Anfield last Tuesday was a reminder of football’s darkest days. But as he recovers in a Liverpool hospital this weekend he can be assured of the love and support from a city and its people that are without equal.

In the words of his own family, Cox, a father-of-three from Dunboyne in Co Meath, “adores” Liverpool Football Club and had come to Anfield to watch...

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