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Pep Guardiola wears a shirt in support of a Man City fan who was left in a coma after being attacked

Pep Guardiola wears a shirt in support of the Manchester City fan who is still in a coma after being attacked in Belgium following the Champions League victory over Club Brugge.

  • Pep Guardiola has paid tribute to the Man City fan who was attacked in Belgium
  • Guido de Pauw is in a coma with fear of brain damage after being attacked
  • The City manager wore a t-shirt in support of him at his press conference today
  • Guardiola said that he has all the support of the club and that they wish him the best

Pep Guardiola has shown his support for the Manchester City fan who was attacked after Tuesday’s 5-1 Champions League win at Club Brugge.

Guido De Pauw was left in a coma with fears of brain damage after being attacked at a gas station while traveling home with family and friends.

The 63-year-old is stable and Guardiola arrived at his press duties ahead of today’s game in Brighton wearing a T-shirt displaying a message of solidarity.

Pep Guardiola wore a shirt to show his support

Guido de Pauw is in a coma with fear of brain damage after being attacked

Guido de Pauw is in a coma with fear of brain damage after being attacked

Pep Guardiola (above) attended today’s press conference wearing a jersey in support of the Manchester City fan who was attacked in Belgium earlier this week.

“The whole club and the organization are with him,” Guardiola said. “We are quite optimistic because, in the last hours, it is improving. We are sending a big hug to him and his entire family and hope that he will return to the Etihad Stadium soon to follow us. ‘

Reports in Belgium on Friday said two men remain in police custody. A lawyer for one of the alleged attackers said: ‘I’m very sorry. He realizes that he will have to pay a lot and can no longer go to football. “

Guardiola added: ‘Hopefully this doesn’t happen again. It’s hard to understand why people go to enjoy a game and terrible things happen. Witches will do the proper investigation.

A 63-year-old man, part of the City fan group Blue Moon Belgium, was attacked while returning from City's 3-2 Champions League victory on Wednesday.

A 63-year-old man, part of the City fan group Blue Moon Belgium, was attacked while returning from City's 3-2 Champions League victory on Wednesday.

A 63-year-old man, part of the City fan group Blue Moon Belgium, was attacked while returning from City’s 3-2 Champions League victory on Wednesday.

Jurgen, the son of the attacked supporter, attacked the ‘cowardly’ and ‘senseless’ violence in a statement made by Blue Moon Belgium on Wednesday morning.

He said: ‘My father was the victim of a cowardly attack for his City scarf on a layover in Drugen. We hope that the perpetrators will be found and punished.

“We have been everywhere in England and the rest of Europe, never aggression. We got to Belgium once and you will be left for dead.

Keep fighting with dad. Love of the city, Jurgen.

Jurgen also explained how his father was waiting for two friends when they confronted him.

He said Guido was approached by a Bruges supporter and his City scarf was taken from him.

A lawyer for one of the alleged perpetrators who attended the game in Belgium said: 'I'm very sorry.  He realizes that he will have to pay a lot and that he is no longer allowed to go to football '

A lawyer for one of the alleged perpetrators who attended the game in Belgium said: 'I'm very sorry.  He realizes that he will have to pay a lot and that he is no longer allowed to go to football '

A lawyer for one of the alleged perpetrators who attended the game in Belgium said: ‘I’m very sorry. He realizes that he will have to pay a lot and that he is no longer allowed to go to football ‘

“When my father asked for the handkerchief to be returned, he received a severe blow to the head, after which the perpetrators fled and left my father for dead.”

Club Brugge released a statement after the incident saying they were “horrified” by the attack and “strongly disapproved of” the behavior.

“ Club Brugge was horrified to learn of the events in the E40 motorway parking lot in Drongen, where a Manchester City fan, who had previously been a guest at Jan Breydel Stadium, was attacked, ” they said at the time.

“Club Brugge strongly disapproves of all criminal behavior, both inside and outside the stadium, and puts tolerance first. Our thoughts are with the family and friends of the Manchester City fan. ‘

Jurgen, son of the attacked supporter, criticized the 'cowardly' and 'senseless' violence in a statement made by Blue Moon Belgium on Wednesday morning after he was 'left for dead'

Jurgen, son of the attacked supporter, criticized the 'cowardly' and 'senseless' violence in a statement made by Blue Moon Belgium on Wednesday morning after he was 'left for dead'

Jurgen, son of the attacked supporter, criticized the ‘cowardly’ and ‘senseless’ violence in a statement made by Blue Moon Belgium on Wednesday morning after he was ‘left for dead’

While Manchester City issued a statement saying: ‘Everyone at Manchester City is shocked and saddened to hear reports of an attack on one of our supporters after the Champions League match in Bruges last night.

“We are currently working with our counterparts at Club Brugge, as well as the Belgian and Greater Manchester police to find out more.

“Our thoughts and best wishes go out to the family and friends of the Belgian supporter, who remains in hospital.”

Meanwhile, Guardiola has told Steve Bruce to ignore criticism surrounding his time in charge of Newcastle and suggested that he avoid social media.

“Sometimes managers are treated worse than worst, but it is a reflection of society,” said the city chief.

Nobody deserves to be treated like this. But you don’t have to worry, because the people who know you well are the most important.

Players know who Steve is. He always took good care of me when I came from Catalonia. I wish him all the best and would tell him not to pay attention to the comments. ‘

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