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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