The Daily Mail had a pretty bizarre and patronizing description for Fabrice Muamba in their Twitter corner today. Collating tweets from yesterday’s mammoth clash at Anfield, the Mail included Muamba’s tweet, ‘The only city to be right now is Liverpool’ [sic] ”Former midfielder, much admired for his recovery from cardiac arrest”. Is that he’s supposed [...]
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He’s back! Nine months ago, footballer Fabrice Muamba collapsed and suffered a terrifying heart attack during a televised FA Cup match between his Bolton Wanderers and Tottenham Hotspur. The cardiac arrest episode was a scary one, as Muamba’s heart stopped beating for close to an hour. Thankfully, he’s okay now, though the 24-year-old’s promising [...]
Fabrice Muamba was not the only football face getting down on the dance floor this week. Without a Boxing Day fixture for the first time since joining Chelsea in 2004, Drogba spent Wednesday evening at a DJ Arafat concert where he spent plenty of time on stage getting his dance moves on. So whilst being [...]
Last spring, Fabrice Muamba was given the gift of a second chance at life. For Christmas, he warmed the hearts of football fans everywhere. Muamba, the 24-year-old former Bolton Wanderers midfielder, performed a spirited salsa danceShow More Summary
“It all depends on what else is going on. I am very busy and we will just have to see. Two weeks ago, I couldn’t perform ballroom dancing but now I can. I’ve really enjoyed doing the Strictly Christmas special. It was a lot of fun. I want to use what happened to me and turn it [...]
This is well worth 9 minutes of your time. A beautiful review of 2012 which displays all the key moments of the past 12 months. From emotional moments like Fabrice Muamba’s collapse and all the support that ensued all the way to record-breaking moments. With Gary Neville’s scream as Torres scored v Barcelona and Zlatan’s [...]
Fabrice Muamba, the Bolton midfielder who collapsed on the pitch at White Hart Lane last season, has blamed his collapse on intensive training he was doing at the club. If true, it makes you wonder how closely Premier League clubs … Continue reading ?
Quite why people make fake Twitter accounts is behind us at 101 Great Goals but it must be one of the most popular past times for modern day internet trolls. Sunday afternoon, just a day after Arsenal’s 5-2 win over Spurs in the North London derby, and hours after Mikel Arteta opened an account on [...]
Back in March, soccer star Fabrice Muamba collapsed from a sudden heart seizure during the FA cup match. 6 months later, he returns to the stadium where he almost died.
Off to white hart lane, for the first time the incident happen. I am so nervous is unreal. Hope spurs win tonight. — fabrice muamba (@fmuamba) November 8, 2012 Even before he stepped out onto the pitch the emotions of Fabrice Muamba on his return to White Hart Lane were evident for all to see. On March [...]
In the Telegraph today, Tom Chivers documents British Free Speech Outrage #34986: This is getting ridiculous. Following the man jailed for tweeting something disgusting about Fabrice Muamba, then the boy jailed for putting somethingShow More Summary
This is getting ridiculous. Following the man jailed for tweeting something disgusting about Fabrice Muamba, then the boy jailed for putting something disgusting on Facebook about April Jones (and the man almost jailed for joking about blowing up Robin Hood Airport), now a man has been jailed for wearing a T-shirt with a disgusting joke [...]
In the absence of real transfer gossip, the rumor mill often heads another direction: Players denying rumors. This is one of those days. In this Thursday edition of the B/R World Football Gossip Roundup, we have updates on Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Nemanja Vidic, a couple of big stars who apparently aren't going anywhere. Show More Summary
Former Premier League footballer, Fabrice Muamba, who retired from the game after suffering a heart attack on the pitch, joined Liberal Democrat MP for Cambridge Julian Huppert to deliver a life-saving petition. Fabrice, who played midfield for Bolton Wanderers, and Julian Huppert handed in the petition at 10 Downing Street calling for emergency life support [...]
Bolton midfielder, Fabrice Muamba, has decided to retire from football after suffering a cardiac arrest in March. Bolton midfielder Fabrice Muamba has announced his retirement from football. Muamba has been recovering since he suffered...Show More Summary
Fabrice Muamba did...(CNN) — Devastated, but grateful to be alive — soccer player Fabrice Muamba announced his retirement on Wednesday, five months after suffering a cardiac arrest on the playing field.The 24-year-old, who played for...Show More Summary
When Bolton announced a statement would arrive today regarding Fabrice Muamba's future, we dared to dream his miracle was about to multiply. Muamba had already survived 78 minutes without a heartbeat. With fight like that, why shouldn't...Show More Summary
On Wednesday, Bolton Wanderers announced that midfielder Fabrice Muamba has made the decision to retire from professional soccer on the advice of doctors. Muamba, 24, nearly died after he went into cardiac arrest and collapsed during a game back in March. The fact that Muamba is even alive to retire seems miraculous–technically, he died. Muamba’s [...]Show More Summary
Fabrice Muamba who was last seen carrying the Olympic torch from Greenwich to Waltham Forest on July 21st announced his retirement after his doctors advised him against returning to the sport. As everyone in the sporting world knows, Muamba...