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Former Bolton midfielder Fabrice Muamba has opened the door to the possibility of returning to football.
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Bolton Wanderers have announced that Fabrice Muamba has retired from playing professional football.
Bolton midfielder Fabrice Muamba took part in an impromptu game of football just two months after his cardiac arrest.
Fabrice Muamba has refused to rule out the possibility of playing professional football again as he continues to nurse his way back to full health.
Fabrice Muamba could make a return to playing professional football, according to FIFA's medical chief.
Howard Webb believes that players who feign injury could be putting the lives of their fellow professionals in danger.
Fabrice Muamba says his brush with death has left him with nothing to fear as he continues his remarkable recovery from a cardiac arrest.
Lee Chung-yong will feature in a Bolton reserves game on Friday as he continues his recovery from a broken leg suffered last summer.
Fabrice Muamba made an emotional return to Bolton ahead of their clash against Tottenham - just 47 days after his on-field cardiac arrest.
Fabrice Muamba will attend Wednesday night's Premier League match between Bolton and Tottenham at the Reebok Stadium.
Owen Coyle is hoping Fabrice Muamba will be fit enough to make an emotional return to the Reebok Stadium on Wednesday.
Bolton midfielder Fabrice Muamba has taken to Twitter for the first time since his cardiac arrest to thank fans for their support.
Fabrice Muamba believes it is too early to say whether he will play professionally again as he continues his recovery from a cardiac arrest.
Owen Coyle would not be surprised to see Fabrice Muamba back in a Bolton shirt at some stage, but has warned he still faces a long road to recovery.
Bolton midfielder Fabrice Muamba has been discharged from the London Chest Hospital after suffering a cardiac arrest last month.
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