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Pray For Muamba

We all love football, and it`s safe to say we all take it too seriously most of the time, it is just a game, and sometimes it takes a serious event to make us realise that ultimately it`s just not that important, and unfortunately today is one of those times.

In the 41st minute of an FA Cup quarter final between Tottenham and Bolton, Wanderers midfielder, Fabrice Muamba collapsed near the halfway line of the White Hart Lane pitch.

It was clear that Fabrice`s condition was life threatening as urgent medical attention was administered.

The match was abandoned leaving everyone just hoping for the best.

As it stands there is no further news on Fabrice so let me ask you to pray to your gods for the best for the former Arsenal player, and if you`re not a religious person then send all the positive vibes you can.

Vital Arsenal sends all our love to Fabrice and his family.

Speedy recovery young man.

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Writer:Rocky7
Date:Saturday March 17 2012
Time: 7:36PM

Comments

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I have a horrible feeling they're making sure all Fabrice's family know what's going on before breaking any news. I sure as hell hope I'm wrong.
Rocky7
17/03/2012 19:46:00
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Really hope this no-news is good news. But it feels sickening like it won't be. Come on Fabrice. This is just awful.
BlueBanes
17/03/2012 19:47:00
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Indeed BB. Come on Fabrice.
Rocky7
17/03/2012 19:50:00
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I don't know what to say. Nothing will be adequate.
Gunnerfan1987
17/03/2012 19:52:00
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in complete shock how can this happen to such a strong young man...... rocky7 - i really hope your wrong too mate but.... :( praying for muamba and his family right now......
muffdaddy1983
17/03/2012 19:53:00
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I know Gunnerfan. I feel like I want to say something, but everytime I type it sounds so crap. Just praying, hoping there is a god and that he's listening.
Rocky7
17/03/2012 19:56:00
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Full respect to ALL of the fans in the stadium for their reaction to a distressing situation. Definitely earned my respect today. Any more news on the lads condition?
LondonGooner
17/03/2012 19:56:00
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Not yet LG - They keep saying they're waiting for "official word" it's that phrase that fills me with foreboding.
Rocky7
17/03/2012 19:59:00
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The family notifications etc, yeah I know......not good. The lad wasn't breathing for well over 15 minutes while he was on the pitch and being carried off. If CPR doesn't work within that time frame then I'm afraid it is very unlikely that someone would survive let alone unscathed. Of course I hope I'm 100% wrong.
LondonGooner
17/03/2012 20:11:00
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Spurs & Arsenal together .
Muamba C`mon you can do it
big cockeral
17/03/2012 20:12:00
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