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Sean Cox’s brother criticises Manchester City over celebratory flight song

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• Chant offensive to all football violence victims, says Martin Cox • He accepts song on plane from Brighton is not about his brother The brother of Sean Cox has described a chant sung on the plane carrying Manchester City players and staff back from Brighton on Sunday as offensive to all victims of football-related violence.

Martin Cox, who was with his brother the night he suffered serious head injuries outside Anfield last year, also criticised City over their reaction to the tasteless song.

Footage emerged on Tuesday of a version of Liverpool’s “Allez, Allez, Allez” song being sung as City’s players and staff travelled back from clinching the Premier League title on the south coast.

But he admits the song “hit a raw nerve” and insults everyone affected by football-related violence, including the Manchester City fan Paul Worth, who was left in a coma after being attacked in Germany in February.

The City version refers to Liverpool going “all the way to Kiev” only to suffer defeat in last season’s Champions League final.

It was not long ago that a Manchester City fan was attacked and seriously injured at a Champions League game.

It is hard to understand why you would bring up a song about Liverpool and people being hurt when you should be singing about Manchester City.
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