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Vital MCFC Hopes For Fabrice Muamba

Having been watching Spurs v Bolton on television earlier and witnessing what happened to Fabrice Muamba I'm sure that all of us associated with Vital MCFC wish for a speedy recovery for the young Bolton star.

Watching the events that unfolded reminded all of us of a similar situation involving Marc-Vivien Foe, who had just had the season of his life at City before being struck down in similar fashion over the summer of that year.

I have been fortunate enough to meet Fabrice and like Marc-Vivien he is a humble individual almost finding it unbelievable that he has the opportunity to play his football at the highest level before in excess of 20000 people each week.

Today is a day to leave rivalries where they are as the Vital world, the Football world and the World in general, wishes him a speedy recovery. Good luck from us all, Fabrice.



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Writer:Tranmere Loyal
Date:Saturday March 17 2012
Time: 8:00PM

Comments

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SSN just said he's stable, great news.
StuMCFC
17/03/2012 20:13:00
0
that is great news, come on Fabrice, you can do it......
cityman51
17/03/2012 20:16:00
0
Amen to that.
RobsonGreensleeves
17/03/2012 20:53:00
0
Hear, hear Pedmachine. Our thoughts are with him and his family.
Johnny Baguette
17/03/2012 21:15:00
0
Well said Ped. Glad to hear he's doing better.
BlueBrotherOfaRag
17/03/2012 22:02:00
0
hoping he pulls through
nickster
18/03/2012 19:28:00
0
The good news is that he has spoken and lets hope for a speedy recovery.
Buzz Lightyear
20/03/2012 08:00:00
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