Tuesday, 20 March 2012

Wenger also pray for Muamba

Arsene Wenger also pray for the healing of Fabrice Muamba. In his eyes, Muamba is a person who always keeps a good attitude, either inside or outside the field.

"It certainly was a big surprise for us all," said Wenger at the Telegraph. Muamba collapse in the match between Tottenham Hotspur vs Bolton Wanderers and unconscious on the field five minutes before the end of the first half. The players of both teams looked shocked when Muamba handled medical team. Among them are some who hold the head, covering her face, even Jermain Defoe to cry. On the sidelines, Sanli Tuncay looks to pray earnestly for his teammates.

When the medical staff (from both teams) come, Muamba face leading to the ground. His body was then reversed, and a few seconds later the officer gave him respiratory assistance. Defibrillator paddles reportedly had functioned twice, because Muamba is said to breathe. Muamba has been rumored lately condition gradually improved. "He has shown little sign of progress," the statement released by Bolton Wanderers and the hospitals that care for Muamba.

"As a man, Fabrice has a good attitude. He was always full of determination and a tremendous desire. Everyone at Arsenal have great respect for Fabrice." "Even when he left the club, he sometimes stopped by just to 'say hello' and tell the news. We feel very attached to her," said Wenger. Muamba spent between 2002 and 2007 in Arsenal, most of it spent in the club's academy. Arsenal Wenger is not the first to say sympathy. Previously, Robin van Persie and Jack Wilshere are praying for the 24-year-old midfielder.

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