Liverpool's CEO has dedicated the club's Premier League title win to Irish man Sean Cox.
The Co. Meath man is a life long reds fan and was one happy man when their 30-year wait for another league title came to an end last night.
CEO of Liverpool FC Peter Moore, tweeted after the match"One man in Ireland is loving every moment of this...thinking of you this evening Sean. You'll Never, Ever, Walk Alone".
He then said the club's 19th league title is "for Sean Cox, smiling in Ireland right now."
One man in Ireland is loving every moment of this...thinking of you this evening Sean. You'll Never, Ever, Walk Alone pic.twitter.com/J1jCb3hTXj
— Peter Moore (@PeterMooreLFC) June 25, 2020
In April 2018, Sean Cox attacked by Roma fans ahead of a Champions League clash at Anfield.
The attack left Sean with life-changing brain injuries, and it was an event which Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp described as his lowest point while in charge of the club.
The Dunboyne man has not been forgotten by the club since and was invited back to Anfield as a guest of honour in November 2019 as the club defeated title rivals Manchester City.
What’s important now... pic.twitter.com/Qegp0GRFdu
— Peter Moore (@PeterMooreLFC) November 10, 2019
Chelsea's 2-1 win over Manchester City last night confirmed Liverpool's Premier League title triumph.
After the final whistle was blown, a picture of Sean giving a thumbs-up was posted to social media with the caption simply "Champs! #YNWA".
— Support Sean (@coxynwa) June 25, 2020