After a court in Greece convicted four men for the brutal assault that left Robbie Hughes in a coma, his mother spares a thought for his attackers.
She expressed her hopes for the future of these attackers.
She and her son are celebrating victory in a four-year fight for justice.
She brought about a change in European law too.
Robbie Hughes was left for dead after being attacked in Crete in 2008.
The 31-year-old former Sutton United footballer needed four operations on his brain and lost his memory.
Ronke Phillips reports.
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