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Thursday, 3 May 2012

Emotional Fabrice Muamba makes first return to Reebok Stadium

 
Seven weeks after he suffered cardiac arrest while playing against Tottenham Hotspur at White Hart lane, 24 year old Bolton Wanderers midfielder Fabrice Muamba made an emotional return to the Reebok stadium yesterday to thank Bolton and Spurs fans for their support throughout the ordeal that almost took his life.

27 comments:

Anonymous said...

i've dated an athlete before *nba for 3yrs* now this is scary i ad so much confidence in their medical reports now am scared,this niggas can have aids and they wont see it smh,wait how didn't they see he had heart problems before this attack? this is really terrible and scary and now don't they ask questions about family diseases and put you on a watch?my daughters be asking about my dad's family's health and shit and i don't even know him,major mistake they nid to check this loop holes for real *happy i never got an std sexing this athletic medical records* and before y'all say i was doing him no protection i actually protected myself from the pregnancy he wanted from me n i secretly took birth control

Anonymous said...

Wait a minute! Is he going to continuie playing??? Uncle yi sick mehn!!!

Juwa said...

Thank God you are ok now and I love u 2

Anonymous said...

Thank God for ur life muamba. Gat to move on with life.

Anonymous said...

anonymous 10.19 go and sit on the floor kmt!

Gideon Solomon said...

If it were Nigeria...He's as good as dead....NA God be d Best Person to thank oooo...But he's good..

Anonymous said...

Emotional Fabrice Muamba makes first return to Reebok Stadium

I think it's meant to be:
Fabrice Muamba makes Emotional first return to Reebok Stadium.

And yes, as soon as the doctors say so, he'll get back to playing

Anonymous said...

Ur story is too much! Who cares!

cash said...

First anon.. U f*ckd an MBA player, lucky u.....wetin come concern fabrice muamba with ur sex life??? D dude had an heart attack not STD naaa????

egah said...

now thats a miracle,this was dead 4 over an hour.

Anonymous said...

Lol! Pls hu asked anon 2:19 for dat explanation?

Anonymous said...

Heart Attack can occur to any1 irrespective of your age. Fabrice is sure a lucky case of God at work cos he actually did die for some mins. As for the one saying he is sick if he continues playing(dats dumb) he sure can play he just needs to take recovery one step at a time.

Anonymous said...

Anonymous 2:19 go and hang your dirty self!!! Thank God for your life muamba.

Anonymous said...

Such a Lucky guy, it was not just his time and I thank God he is alive, my brother died of a cardiac arrest few months ago while playing soccer.

Ofilispeaks.com said...

Thank God for England...If only Samuel Okwaraji had this type of service in 1989.

Engr Don chris said...

Thank God he survived it. I also cried when i saw him crying...it was such emotional moment. However, maybe this could have been prevented.They should be proactive not reactive.
http://gsmhospital.net

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Veronica said...

Apparently you're writing from d States, i expect you to be better enlightened than you sound (and write!). That your sorry-ass is so unfortunate to come across people with a history of medical problems ( you sound like you do) doesn't mean the same thing applies in Fabrice's case! So, if you haven't got anything meaningful to write, just LOCK UP! ( Like we say in Nigeria).

Anonymous said...

Is dis yossie?

Nekky said...

I bless God for d life of this young man. that he's alive today is just a miracle cos he actually died for 72 mins. i pray his healing remain permanent in Jesus name. dear gracious God pls let him be able to play footie again,AMEN.

Anonymous said...

Fank God You are back in action brother.......

jen said...

welcome sir.... we thank God for ur life. chai make una take am easy

Chikaka said...

I shed tears. A fantastic end story.

Anonymous said...

First Anon, you sound like an illiterate. Go to school please and also talk to those in the Medical field to help your brain cells a bit.

Musiclover said...

Im not a football fan but his story caught my attention. All the glory is to Baba God cos this dude was DEAD for over an hour (azzin DEADD!). Even his doctors can't explain his being alive.

All i want to ask of him is that he finds another job. Can't advice him to go back to playing football after a heart attack. Biko, for the sake of that you cute son. He NEEDS you!

As far as medical checks are concerned, i'm aware that these athletes undergo mandatory check up on the regular but then, some things happen when you never see them coming...

Congrats Muamba, you're a MIRACLE

Anonymous said...

Emotional Fabrice Muamba makes first return to Reebok Stadium

I think it's meant to be:
Fabrice Muamba makes Emotional first return to Reebok Stadium.

And yes, as soon as the doctors say so, he'll get back to playing

...I think it should have read "Fabrice Muamba makes Emotional return to Reebok Stadium" though there's nothing really wrong with "Emotional Fabrice Muamba makes return to Reebok Stadium". The only problem there seems to be "first return".

The images from the Reebok stadium almost brought tears [of joy] to my eyes,moreso because I watched in horror,the events on that fateful day in North London.

Anonymous said...

Thank God for his life o, for once i saw the football fans from different clubs unite to pray for him, guess God answered. We are hapi to have u back Fabrice, you sure are a sign that miracles still happen.

First Anon, loool. if u like control the STD and all, who cares really? *now strolling away to see Fabrice****

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