Bolton Wanderers footballer Fabrice Muamba, who suffered a cardiac arrest during a game, was today discharged from hospital, Barts Health NHS Trust said.
The fiancee of Fabrice Muamba has released a photograph of the Bolton midfielder in his hospital bed, as he recovers in hospital.Read the full story ›
Bolton manager Owen Coyle has paid tribute to Tottenham Hotspur, for the club's reaction following Fabrice Muamba's collapse at White Hart lane 10 days ago.
Speaking at a press conference yesterday, Coyle said that the fans and the club had shown their 'quality' through their support for the Bolton player.
The FA Cup quarter-final, which was abandoned following Muamba's cardiac arrest, is being replayed at the Tottenham ground tonight.
Both teams' shirts will be auctioned off after the game to raise money for the London Chest Hospital.
Tottenham will play their rescheduled FA Cup quarter-final against Bolton later.
The original game was abandoned following Fabrice Muamba's cardiac arrest.
The Bolton player is still in intensive care but is said to be making encouraging progress.
Bolton manager Owen Coyle has admitted there is no way of knowing how his players will react to tomorrow's return to White Hart Lane.
"Because Fabrice is getting better, that allows us to play the match," said Coyle.
"If it was different circumstances, it might be a different conversation.
"The great thing is that he is getting better.
"We will do our best, as we always try to do. Will it be emotional? Of course. But I can't say how it is going to be until we are physically there."
The Arsenal Manager Arsene Wenger has said he hopes Fabrice Muamba will recover to play football again. Muamba began his career at Arsenal before moving to Birmingham and then Bolton. Wenger said the midfielder always made an extra effort when he played against the Gunners.
The fiancee and family of Fabrice Muamba have said thank you for the support they have received following the footballer's heart attack.Read the full story ›
Fabrice Muamba's father and fiancee have expressed their "enormous gratitude" to the Bolton and Tottenham medical teams for their quick reaction after the player's heart attack on Saturday. In a statement, they also praised the "fantastic team" caring for him at the London Chest Hospital.
The Bolton Wanderers manager Owen Coyle has said everyone at the club is astonished how far Fabrice Muamba has come following his heart attack on Saturday. But he added: "We have to stress he is still in intensive care and he is still seriously ill. He has a long way to go."
When Fabrice Muamba collapsed on the pitch the whole stadium fell silent and stood still. Apart from this man, who will now forever be known as the doctor who came to the footballers aid.
Here he describes just how he came to be on the pitch.
The FA Cup quarter-final between Bolton and Spurs, which was abandonded following the cardiac arrest suffered by Fabrice Muamba on Saturday, will take place on Tuesday, March 27 at 7:30pm at White Hart Lane, Bolton have confirmed.
The club have also confirmed that Saturday's Premier League encounter with Blackburn will go ahead as planned just as their club doctor was giving further good news on the progress of Muamba.