Roma and club president James Pallotta have made a joined €150,000 gift to Liverpool fan Sean Cox, who was assaulted before last season’s Champions League semi-final.
Cox was left in a state of extreme lethargy and with groundbreaking wounds following the occurrence outside Anfield before the primary leg last April and a reserve was propelled to help take care of the expenses of the 53-year-old dad of three children.
Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp and Everton defender Seamus Coleman are among those to have contributed as of now.
On Thursday, Roma discharged an announcement affirming the club will give €100,000 through its Roma Cares establishment, with Pallotta to make an individual gift of €50,000, while the club guaranteed to work with Cox’s family to help extra gathering pledges endeavors.
“The end result for Sean Cox ought to never transpire going to a football coordinate,” Pallotta said.
“Our musings today, as they have been from the very first moment, are with Sean, Martina and their entire family. We as a whole expectation Sean makes as full a recuperation as could be expected under the circumstances.”
Cox’s significant other, Martina, included: “Our life has been flipped around by what has happened to Sean.
“There is no indication of Sean having the capacity to return home at any point in the near future and even with broad pro restoration endeavors, which will take years, he will require care for whatever is left of his life.
“We are tremendously keen to the present gift by AS Roma and Mr Pallotta, and all the more especially by focusing on important help over the coming a long time with the battle Sean is looking into.”