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Bolton Wanderers: Fabrice Muamba

Bolton Wanderers: Fabrice Muamba
As you will be aware, during the game a White Hart Lane this evening, Fabrice Muamba collapsed on the pitch and was given CPR and appeared to be defibrillated before being stretchered off and taken to hospital. At the moment he is in a critical condition at the London Chest Hospital in East London.

It isn't something that you think you will ever see happen during a football game played by professional players who are at the peak of their fitness and the fact that it has happened to a Bolton Wanderers player makes it even more shocking if you are a Bolton Wanderers fan.

But what was seen in North London and around the footballing world does gladden the heart. The respect that was given to Fabrice by Spurs fans was something that many thought had left the game. When they joined in the singing of his name, it makes you realise that we are really all as one.

The comments on the match preview are welcomed and I would like to thank everyone who has left them. You may or may not believe in it, but even if you don't, say a little prayer for Fabrice Muamba, his family and his friends tonight. There are a lot of people out there who will be scared and will not be getting a lot of sleep.

Keep on fighting big fella.
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Writer:Quentin X
Date:Saturday March 17 2012
Time: 10:50PM

Comments

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Good luck Patrice, I hope you recover
keefdayid
17/03/2012 22:58:00
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sorry I meant Fabrice
keefdayid
17/03/2012 22:59:00
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From Vital wolves.........best wishes to Fab and his Family. Our prayers are with you.
Rustmonkey
17/03/2012 23:02:00
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Wishing Fabrice a speedy a full recovery (Villa fan)
Adam Deuce
17/03/2012 23:04:00
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Pray to good he will be ok, he is in very good hands at the Chest Clinic in Bethnal green, if they can't care for him they will transfer him to the heart clinic up near bakers street just hope he pulls through
Aussie Yiddo
17/03/2012 23:05:00
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Come on Fabrice- please, please pull through. All my thoughts and prayers are with this young lad (formerly our youth player), his family and everyone at Bolton Wanderers FC tonight. What an absolutely distressing event for everyone. Best Wishes. (Arsenal fan.)
julieloveshenry4ever
17/03/2012 23:10:00
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Fabrice my thoughts and prayers are with you. We know you can pull through it x
ChicoryCoffee
17/03/2012 23:12:00
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Villa fan here wishing Fabrice and his family all the best. Our thoughts are with you.
Grasshopper_AV
17/03/2012 23:46:00
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I couldn't hold my tears back. I was watching the game on a French channel and the commentators started to cry as well. To be honest with you I thought he had left his soul on the Spurs pitch, everything went completely quiet for about two hours when he left WHL. May God help him, his family, his teammates, his coach and the fans. The whole country is behind him, the whole football world is behind him. Chelsea fan.
FrLamp
18/03/2012 00:31:00
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Watching the game and seeing him face down on the pitch, was sole destroying, as a spurs fan and most of all a football fan, i pray to god, that in the morning, i read good news about you Fabrice, may god be with you.
spu 4 life
18/03/2012 00:46:00
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