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Roma fan cleared over GBH of Liverpool fan Sean Cox, gets three years for violent disorder

Roma supporter Filippo Lombardi has been found not guilty of inflicting grievous bodily harm to Liverpool fan Sean Cox before last season's Champions League semifinal, but was jailed for three years for "violent disorder."

Cox, 53, was left in critical condition following an attack outside Anfield on April 24. 

Lombardi, 21, had denied wounding/inflicting grievous bodily harm following his arrest, and a jury took nine hours to deliver a not guilty verdict.

He did, however, admit a separate...

Police arrest Italian man in relation to Sean Cox attack

Italian police have arrested a man in relation to the attack that left Liverpool supporter Sean Cox in a critical condition outside Anfield in April.

Merseyside Police said on Monday they had helped forces in Rome to arrest a 30-year-old man, who now faces extradition to the U.K.

Cox, 53, from Dunboyne in Ireland, has recently started a rehabilitation programme after he suffered a bleed on the brain as a result of the attack.

"The man was arrested on a European Arrest Warrant on suspicion of assault...

Justin Kluivert dedicates Roma goal to recovering ex-teammate Abdelhak Nouri

Roma winger Justin Kluivert dedicated the goal he scored on his Champions League debut to former Ajax teammate Abdelhak Nouri, who recently came out of a coma after almost a year.

Kluivert ran to the bench and held up a shirt bearing Nouri's name and the No. 34 he had worn at Ajax after scoring in the 5-0 win over Viktoria Plzen.

"It was a special evening and I'm really happy," he told reporters after the match. "I made a special dedication for my goal to my former teammate Appie."

Nouri, 21, suffered...

Liverpool's Alisson cried, considered rejecting move for Roma stay

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Liverpool goalkeeper Alisson has told Gazzetta dello Sport he considered staying at Roma and cried when it was time to leave for the Premier League.

Alisson earned his move to Liverpool on the back of two seasons at Roma in which he finished second in Serie A in his first campaign and reached the Champions League semifinals in his second.

"Leaving Rome was difficult," he said. "I cried a lot, together with my wife. It's only right that I'm honest about it: I made a professional decision; a step...