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Topic - Fabrice Muamba
Bolton midfielder Fabrice Muamba retired from soccer Wednesday after suffering an on-field cardiac arrest in March during an FA Cup quarterfinal match against Tottenham.
His life has returned to a pro tennis player's normalcy, airport-to-airport, tournament-to-tournament, his concerns again about the person across the net instead of his health issue.
Fabrice Muamba has made an emotional return to Bolton, waving tearfully to fans from the field less than seven weeks after his on-field cardiac arrest.
English soccer player Fabrice Muamba calls his recovery "more than a miracle" in his first interview since going into cardiac arrest during a match. He still doesn't know if he will play again.
Bolton says Fabrice Muamba is making "strong and steady improvements" while recovering from his on-field cardiac arrest during an FA Cup quarterfinal last month.
Bolton manager Owen Coyle says Fabrice Muamba has started walking again, less than three weeks after his on-field cardiac arrest during the FA Cup quarterfinals.
A photo of Fabrice Muamba has appeared on the Bolton midfielder's Twitter account showing him sitting up and smiling, nearly two weeks after his heart stopped beating and he collapsed during an FA Cup match.
A student lost his appeal Friday over a jail sentence for mocking Bolton's Fabrice Muamba on Twitter after the midfielder suffered a cardiac arrest.
The student who mocked Bolton midfielder Fabrice Muamba on Twitter after the player collapsed on the field during a match has been jailed for inciting racial hatred.
Bolton midfielder Fabrice Muamba has started to eat again and gotten out of bed, making "encouraging progress" in his recovery from cardiac arrest during a game.
FIFA will be studying cardiac arrest cases involving soccer players to learn what caused Bolton's Fabrice Muamba to collapse during a match.
Fabrice Muamba still faces "a long period of recovery" after his on-field cardiac arrest despite a surprisingly strong improvement since his collapse, his family said Friday.
Fabrice Muamba's manager at Premier League club Bolton is "astonished" at the midfielder's improvement since his on-field cardiac arrest.
Bolton will return to the field in the English Premier League on Saturday, a week after midfielder Fabrice Muamba suffered cardiac arrest during a match and needed 15 shocks to recover.
Fabrice Muamba's heart stopped beating on its own for 78 minutes and "in effect, he was dead in that time," Bolton's team doctor said Wednesday.
"I would also like to thank everyone who has supported me throughout my career, and the Bolton fans who have been incredible."
"While the news is devastating, I have much to be thankful for," Muamba said. "I thank God that I am alive and I pay tribute once again to the members of the medical team who never gave up on me."