Nic Cruwys attack: Wolves fan Daniel Lloyd, 19, jailed

Nic Cruwys Image copyright West Midlands Police
Image caption Watford fan Nic Cruwys spent three weeks in a medically-induced coma and the next three months in hospital

A teenager who was part of a group that left a rival football fan with a life-changing brain injury has been sentenced to two years in prison.

Daniel Lloyd was one of six Wolverhampton Wanderers supporters who attacked Watford fan Nic Cruwys after a match at Molineux in March 2015.

Mr Cruwys, 44, spent three weeks in a coma after the incident.

The other five teenagers involved have already been sentenced at Wolverhampton Crown Court.

Lloyd, of Longfellow Road in Sedgeley, was also handed an eight-year football banning order.

Wolverhampton Wanderers said all six will be banned from attending matches at Molineux for life.

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Image caption Wolves said Joseph Lister, Connor Pearson, Ryan Meer, Robert Beech, Joe Wood and Daniel Lloyd (pictured left to right, top to bottom) had been banned from Molineux for life

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