Scary revalations and heart-warming reactions - on and off the pitch - about Fabrice Muamba, who is still in critical condition, after suffering a heart attack during Bolton's FA Cup Quarterfinal against Spurs.
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Fabrice Muamba's heart stopped beating for two hours after collapse | Football | guardian.co.uk
Paramedics tried to resuscitate Fabrice Muamba but could not get his heart to start beating on its own for almost two hours after he suffered cardiac arrest on the pitch during Bolton's FA Cup tie with Tottenham Hotspur.
Rovers ready to call Wanderers game off (From The Bolton News)
Blackburn Rovers say they are happy to postpone next Saturday’s Premier League game at the Reebok Stadium if Wanderers do not feel they are ready to play. The Lancashire rivals are sensitive to Wanderers’ situation in the wake of Fabrice Muamba’s medical condition.
BBC Sport - Fabrice Muamba: Football unites for Bolton midfielder
Pictures as the world of football supports Bolton's Fabrice Muamba, who suffered a cardiac arrest against Tottenham on Saturday.
Farbrice Muamba: best precautions cannot be fail-safe - Telegraph
[G]uidelines, drawn up and enforced in the wake of the serious head injury sustained by Chelsea goalkeeper Petr Cech during a top flight fixture at Reading in October 2006, ensured that Muamba received instant, high-level medical attention in efforts to save his life.
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