- Date of Birth: 6 April 1988
- Birthplace: Kinshasa, Kinshasa, Zaire
- Position: Midfielder, Centre midfielder
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Fabrice Muamba's has labelled his remarkable recovery as being "more than a miracle". The Bolton midfielder collapsed during a Premier League match with Tottenham at White Hart Lane, and was effectively dead for 78 minutes.
Bolton midfielder Fabrice Muamba was yesterday released from hospital and paid tribute to club fans and to doctors at the London Chest Hospital.
Bolton midfielder Fabrice Muamba is reportedly sitting up in hospital, and according to his club manager Owen Coyle, the player was able to watch some of his side's victory over fellow strugglers Blackburn at the weekend.
Bolton midfielder Fabrice Muamba will still face a long period of recovery, as there still remains no suggestion regarding whether or not the former Arsenal player will return to football.
Bolton manager Owen Coyle admitted that his players will find it difficult to focus on their game during the Premier League match against Blackburn this weekend, as their thoughts will be focused on that of Fabrice Muamba, who collapsed in the FA Cup game against Tottenham last week.
Bolton Wanderers' club doctor Jonathan Tobin yesterday revealed that midfielder Fabrice Muamba, who collapsed against Tottenham last week, was in effect dead for 78 minutes. Muamba has made an astonishing recovery this week.
Bolton midfielder Fabrice Muamba is fighting for his life today as the footballing world hopes that the England under 21 midfielder recovers quickly. Muamba slumped to the surface in the 41st minute of an FA Cup match against Tottenham yesterday.
Arsenal came from behind to record a 2-1 victory over Bolton Wanderers in their Carling Cup 4th round game. Goals from Arshavin and Park took the Gunners into the fifth round.
Fabrice Muamba has emerged as a target for Manchester City. It is understood that the Bolton centre midfielder is keen to make a move to a larger club, and Bolton boss Owen Coyle is ready to let the player leave.
Bolton have completed the signing of Mustapha Riga from Spanish minnows Levante. It is understood that Riga has joined on a three year deal.
Bolton are reportedly close to signing Birmingham City's midfielder Fabrice Muamba. The England under 21 international is being lined up to replace Ivan Campo; who left the club at the end of last season.
Bolton Wanderers are still in the Premier League and are set to strengthen their squad. Gary Megson has short-listed some of the players to be signed and is set to make the approach in the coming weeks.
Line-ups for Birmingham vs Arsenal at St. Andrews on Saturday, kick off 12:45. Check the latest scores at our Live Score Centre. Can the Gunners go eight points clear?
Arsenal - currently leading the Premiership - host Birmingham at the Emirates today. Some former young Gunners such as Fabrice Muamba and Sebastian Larsson return to take on their old club, whilst Arsenal play their first Premiership game minus their African Cup of Nations absentees.
Fabrice Muamba has revealed that he is ready to take on Arsenal as Birmingham travel to the Emirates today. Muamba started his career at Arsenal but believed he was not guaranteed a chance in the first-team.
Fulham battled away at Birmingham to secure an important Premiership point. The watching Roy Hodgson will be pleased with the way his side represented themselves in this relegation battle.
Tottenham striker Robbie Keane's appeal for his sending off against Birmingham at the weekend has been rejected. The 27-year-old will now serve a three match ban after his lunge at Birmingham midfielder Fabrice Muamba.
Tottenham are to appeal Robbie Keane's red card that was given in the 3-2 defeat to Birmingham at the weekend. Phil Dowd had given him his marching orders after a lunge at Fabrice Muamba.
A 93rd minute winute from ex-Arsenal midfielder Sebastian Larsson was enough to give Birmingham a vital three points over relegation battling Spurs. The victory was the perfect tonic for Alex McLeish on his first game in charge.
Brazilian magician Elano kept Manchester City riding high with his fourth goal in three games as Birmingham slipped to a 1-0 loss at Eastlands. Elano shrugged off any lingering effects of jet lag after playing for his country in midweek by maintaining his superb domestic form.