Muamba: Doctors tell their story

Muamba: Doctors tell their story

London : United Kingdom | Mar 21, 2012 at 6:21 PM PDT
Source: BBC
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Bolton doctor "I wasn't aware that players had gathered round and didn't know that Owen Coyle, the gaffer, had come on." Tottenham fan Dr Andrew Deaner (AD), consultant cardiologist at London Chest Hospital, ran on to the pitch to help: "We were watching and then the game stopped. FULL ARTICLE AT BBC
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Bolton manager Owen Coyle (left) accompanied Muamba in the ambulance to hospital
Bolton manager Owen Coyle (left) accompanied Muamba in the ambulance to hospital
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