Muamba factfile

We look at the career of Fabrice Muamba after the Bolton Wanderers midfielder collapsed during the FA Cup tie with Spurs.

Sky Sports looks at the career of Bolton Wanderers midfielder Fabrice Muamba.

The England Under-21 international collapsed during the FA Cup tie with Spurs.

1988: Born April 6 in Kinshasa, Zaire (now the Democratic Republic of the Congo).

1999: Moves to England at the age of 11, reuniting with his father who had earlier sought political asylum in the country due to civil war in his homeland.

2002: Joins the youth team set-up at Arsenal - the club he supported as a boy in his homeland - before graduating to their Academy two years later.

2005: Signs professional terms at Arsenal and makes the first of two first-team appearances for the club - both in the League Cup - against Sunderland on October 25.

2006: August - Joins Birmingham on a season-long loan and goes on to make 36 appearances on his way to winning the club's young player of the year award.

2007: May 11 - Makes his move to Birmingham permanent after the club agrees a reported £4million fee with Arsenal.

2007: August 21 - After representing England at every age level from Under-16s, Muamba is handed his England Under-21 debut in a friendly against Romania.

2008: June - Scores two goals in 37 league appearances in the 2007/08 season but cannot prevent Birmingham's relegation.

2008: August 7 - Signs for Bolton after the Trotters agree a fee in excess of £5million with Birmingham for the midfielder.

2010: August 10 - Signs a new four-year contract at Bolton, committing him to the club until 2014.

2011: June - Represents England Under-21s at the European Championships in Denmark.

2011: August 13 - Scores his third league goal for Bolton in his side's season-opening 4-0 demolition of QPR.

2012: March 17 - Muamba collapses in the first half of Bolton's FA Cup tie with Tottenham at White Hart Lane. The 23-year-old is taken to hospital after receiving emergency treatment on the pitch and the match is subsequently abandoned.