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Fabrice Muamba on Soccer Africa tonight

Fabrice Muamba joins our crew on Soccer Africa tonight as we catch up with him to see what he’s been up to lately.

We take a look at Muamba's life after football as he confirms that he will never play football again after his heart scare last season while still on the bnooks of Bolton wanderers.

Thomas Mlambo and the crew will be chatting with Fabrice on tonight's show.

Muamba distributed the first six Hearts and goals defibrillators in Bolton earlier today.

They will be located at the Town hall, St Simon and St Jude Primary School, Sutton FC Midlands, Bolton Council of Mosques, Bolton Market and also the Bolton Bus Station.

The campaign is led by Fabrice and involves Bolton Wanderers Football Club in Partnership with Arrhythmia Alliance, North West Ambulance Service and Bolton wanderers Community Trust.

Fabrice said: We have had a fantastic response to the project and I would like to thank everyone for the support we have been getting.”

“Loads of people have been getting involved with the fund raisiong and I am really grateful to them all.”

“The Ccampaign is also about raising awareness around sudden cardiac arrest and how to resuscitate with CPR and AED’s.”

“You can catch the show on SS4 at 9.30pm CAT.”


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