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Redknapp: Thoughts with Muamba

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Tottenham manager Harry Redknapp has offered his support to Fabrice Muamba and praised the decision to call off Saturday's FA Cup quarter-final against Bolton.

Referee Howard Webb ended the match after 41 minutes after Muamba collapsed to the White Hart Lane pitch after suffering a cardiac arrest. The 23-year-old received prolonged resuscitation on the pitch and in an ambulance en route to the London Chest Hospital where he remains in a critical condition.

The news has rocked the football world with Redknapp, who was standing on the touchline when Muamba collapsed, saying: "All our thoughts are with Fabrice, his family, (Bolton boss) Owen Coyle and the club."

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Tottenham Hotspur
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Bolton Wanderers
Premier League
Fabrice Muamba
FA Cup

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