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Topic - Owen Coyle
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.
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.
Bolton midfielder Fabrice Muamba remained in critical condition in intensive care Monday, two days after going into cardiac arrest during an FA Cup match at Tottenham.
Bolton player Fabrice Muamba is showing "small signs of improvement" and his heart started beating without medication two days after he was stricken with cardiac arrest during a game.
Bolton midfielder Fabrice Muamba was critically ill in a hospital's heart attack unit on Saturday night after collapsing during an FA Cup quarterfinal at Tottenham.
Wigan Athletic's manager Owen Coyle shouts instructions during his team's Europa League soccer match against Rubin Kazan at The DW Stadium, Wigan, England, Thursday Oct. 24, 2013.
"Everyone has seen what a fighter and strong person he is in mind and body," Coyle said. "We know that he will go on to achieve great things and within all this disappointment, the most important thing is that he is here, alive, today."