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      Sean Cox Regains Consciousness

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      stuey
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      Re: Sean Cox Regains Consciousness
      Reply #50: Oct 28, 2018 04:58:03 pm
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      Re: Sean Cox Regains Consciousness
      Reply #51: Oct 31, 2018 06:43:16 pm
      https://www.independent.ie/sport/soccer/premier-league/liverpool/we-just-hope-that-we-get-some-resemblance-of-sean-back-martina-cox-on-her-husbands-health-battle-after-anfield-attack-37389104.html

      The real sad part is the ambushstyle attack. Even worse that those c*cksuckers from Roma are still running around as if nothing happened. Very sad also that no mob stepped up and gave it to them right away, probably no die hard LFC fans were there. And the police as always...MIA.
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      Reply #52: Nov 03, 2018 12:55:47 pm
      £60,000 raised up to yesterday on behalf of Sean through collections at the ground and appeals etc.
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      Reply #53: Nov 03, 2018 11:15:39 pm
      The main perpetrators of the assault are now locked up, so they won't be able to attack anyone else for a long time. That is far more effective than our fans sinking to their level.

      Our fans responded on the night how fans should, with intelligence, restraint and generosity. And still do. €67,000 raised for Sean, half from the game last week and the rest matched by the club.

      Well done and thanks to all who contributed so generously.
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      Reply #56: Nov 16, 2018 07:59:10 am

      Lovely lovely gesture from Roma, it would be nice if the millionaire owners, manager and players from our club matched it, beyond the £5000 from Jürgen, which whilst nice, doesn't really go that far.
      BTW it could well be that LFC have donated already in which case fair play to them.
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      Reply #57: Nov 23, 2018 08:59:43 pm
      lets keep our thoughts positive for Seans recovery. Hopefully the Club will do the right thing by him and his family as the last thing they need is to be worried about money. Top marks to Roma a very thoughtful gesture
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      Re: Sean Cox Regains Consciousness
      Reply #58: Dec 13, 2018 02:39:39 pm
      Martina Cox explains her account of the events of April 24 to the Irish state broadcaster.

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F6xjRP_QEoA&t=0s
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      Reply #59: Feb 28, 2019 07:46:13 pm
      Small piece of justice for the Cox family.

      Pales into insignificance against their suffering though.

      https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-merseyside-47400988
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      Reply #60: Feb 28, 2019 08:09:09 pm
      3 years seems pretty generous, I'd given him 5 years  without early exit and I bet this c*cksucker doesn't have to pay a cent to Cox and couldn't anyway. That's usually the real blow that those people don't pay back, they just sit in prison.

      BTW: How safe/unsafe was it in the hooligan era in the 70s/80s to visit a LFC game? Could u do it as long as not causing trouble or would the lone fact of a shirt from an opponent team make you a target?
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      Reply #61: Feb 28, 2019 08:50:31 pm
      3 years seems pretty generous, I'd given him 5 years  without early exit and I bet this c*cksucker doesn't have to pay a cent to Cox and couldn't anyway. That's usually the real blow that those people don't pay back, they just sit in prison.

      BTW: How safe/unsafe was it in the hooligan era in the 70s/80s to visit a LFC game? Could u do it as long as not causing trouble or would the lone fact of a shirt from an opponent team make you a target?

      In cases where the assault causes serious life changing damage the tariff should be set at a minimum of 5 years or even more. Less than that and the deterrent is watered down. Only a random thought as I have no knowledge of the Law in this area. But still.
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      Reply #62: Apr 09, 2019 04:19:09 pm
      Bump this,Stuey posted it in the news section,https://punditarena.com/football/kennedymarisa760/sean-cox-charity-legends-game/. Good luck to him his family hope it's a great day on friday.
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      Reply #63: Apr 09, 2019 05:17:52 pm
      The game is live on lfctv
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      Reply #64: Apr 09, 2019 05:20:51 pm
      I think Sean may be out of Hospital now and hopefully will be able to enjoy tonight's game with his Family.
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      Reply #65: Apr 09, 2019 06:08:25 pm
      I think Sean may be out of Hospital now and hopefully will be able to enjoy tonight's game with his Family.

      Think his first day out is on Friday for the legends game.
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      Reply #66: Apr 09, 2019 06:28:13 pm
      Think his first day out is on Friday for the legends game.

      That's a good news story, inspiring how everyone has rallied around for him.
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      Reply #67: Apr 09, 2019 07:31:28 pm
      Think his first day out is on Friday for the legends game.

      Ah think he is actually returning to Hospital after the game still a very poorly man
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      Reply #68: Apr 09, 2019 07:32:03 pm
      3 years seems pretty generous, I'd given him 5 years  without early exit and I bet this c*cksucker doesn't have to pay a cent to Cox and couldn't anyway. That's usually the real blow that those people don't pay back, they just sit in prison.

      BTW: How safe/unsafe was it in the hooligan era in the 70s/80s to visit a LFC game? Could u do it as long as not causing trouble or would the lone fact of a shirt from an opponent team make you a target?


      To give you some idea panzer. I lived in L4 as s kid, family moved south and from the age of 17 I used to travel up for matches, some times with mates, sometimes alone. Hitched lifts, went on train, and later drive up, sometimes in car, 2-4 of us. Sometimes in a hired van with as many as 14. That was a weekender, getting a clean up at the pierhead washrooms, and putting on the glad rags to go on the town.
      ( Anyone remember The She Club 😁)
      In all the years I went to games, I got set on by mancs while waiting outside kop turnstiles. Back to the wall, they just ran on to the punches. Then the police dragged them off and restored order.
      Going home on train after Arse game and got approached by three reds supporters wanting to give me a beating thinking they had found a lone Arse fan. That was cleared up and I travelled back south with a load of noisy arse fans( they won) and not a bit of bother.
      14 in a van, stopped at traffic lights in east lancs Road, asked some local lads where we could get a late drink and they fired punches through the window. I jumped out, and flattened three lads, the last one lying in the right hand lane while the lights were changing and the traffic held up. Gang of lads over the road heading my way so I went to open the back of the van to let my mates out to give me a hand and they were in their jocks getting into sleeping bags. Ffs now a gang rushes across the road to sort me out, I jump back in the van, lights on red, had to wait while these tw*ts were kicking sh*t out of the van so I raced off on the Amber, unfortunately hitting two as they tried to jump clear.
      Never gonna stop was I.
      So in all those years, one scrap with scousers, one close call with scousers and one opportunity to batter a couple of mancs.
      Apart from that, a few minor skirmishes that never led to anything.
      I often wonder if anyone on here was with that gang on the east lancs road 😁
      « Last Edit: Apr 09, 2019 07:36:49 pm by GERNS »
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      Reply #69: Apr 10, 2019 12:20:10 pm
      Not many replica shirts in the 70's people couldn't afford them. Going to the game you would avoid Stanley Park as the away fans would take that route to get to the Anfield road end. I do seem to remember UTD walking around the edge of Stanley Park trying to make a statement and in doing so left their coaches open to having their windows smashed. It was a violent era of football hooligans ,personally I never had any problems but you needed to be aware of your surroundings.
      Incidentally Chelsea who we have on Sunday had some really violent thugs as fans and Stanley knives were used on a regular basis by them.
      Going to the game now is just so safe in comparison.
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      Reply #70: Apr 11, 2019 03:10:23 pm
      Nice news at last, I hope he and his family have a lovely day tomorrow.

      https://twitter.com/BBCNWT/status/1116293449978982402
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      Reply #72: Apr 11, 2019 11:14:59 pm
      Nice news at last, I hope he and his family have a lovely day tomorrow.

      https://twitter.com/BBCNWT/status/1116293449978982402

      This is awesome!!  We're all here because we love football (particularlyLFC), but it's importance pales in comparison to this. 
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      Reply #73: May 23, 2019 08:36:45 pm
      Understandably, Martin Cox didn't take the City song about Liverpool too well. His response was to remind them, that it's only weeks since one of their own fans at a European tie ended up in hospital with serious injuries. But I suppose if you're a club without a heart or a soul, you don't have a memory either.

      Remember, this is the club where the current FW POTY is, portrayed by the media as a role model, just 4 years after his adventures with nitrous oxide. He was on that plane and (as his club did) probably defends the song. Despite the official denials, everyone knows who and what it was referring to. So it seems, club employees singing about football fans who suffer life changing injuries or worse as banter, but say x to a non white Caucasian, and he recommends fines, points deductions, lifetime bans, and stadium closures be dished out, as that's clearly a much more serious issue to him.

      First it was Chelsea fans singing about us, then it was Wolves fans, now it's City staff. It must be a fear of Liverpool. We just do our talking on the pitch.

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