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Calvert Lewin, Man City Goalkeeper Donate for Comatose Brit Footballer After Attack

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Everton star, Dominic Calvert Lewin and Scott Carson, Man city goalkeeper have supported in raising £60,000 for Danny Hodgson.

The British football star has been in a coma after attack by an unknown 15 year old boy.

The attack was confirmed on social media by Hodgson’s club Joondalup FC.

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The one-punch attack occured at a train station in Perth, Australia.

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The aftermath of such attack was fractured skull and a bleed on Hodgson’s brain.

Following the incident, Steve Burton, Hodgson’s friend set up a GO Fund me account to help him source for funds.

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The account was launched on Wednesday 8th of this month and donation was being made but the biggest donation came from Calvert Lewin of Everton.

He donated the sum of £2,000 while Scott Carson, Man city goalkeeper and wife contributed £1000.

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That said, Dean Henderson of Man Utd has also pledged a huge sum of £3,500. That would have been the biggest donation so far if fulfilled!

 

 

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