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Schumacher manager breaks silence

Sabine Kehm again urges caution into reports about the condition of Michael Schumacher, who remains in a stable condition in hospital in Grenoble
Michael Schumacher's spokeswoman has broken the silence surrounding the seven-time F1 champion in response to reports in the German press about the condition of the 45-year-old.

A series of reports quoting experts had called into question how Schumacher could be expected to recover from the injuries he sustained in his skiing accident back in December.

Those reports came despite silence from Schumacher's management team and doctors treating him in Grenoble for nearly a fortnight, when Sabine Kehm urged caution about any reports not to have come from official sources.

In a fresh update, Kehm reiterated that point and revealed that Schumacher continues to be in a stable condition with his family confident in the work of the doctors treating his injuries.

“Unfortunately I have to repeat that any information regarding Michael's health not coming from the doctors treating him or from his management must be treated as pure speculation,” Kehm said.

“I also repeat that Michael's family is very happy and confident with the work of the team of doctors treating Michael, and they trust them completely. Michael's condition is still considered as stable.”




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MoD1982

January 17, 2014 7:10 PM

This newest announcement was brought about by the tabloid press, as per usual, trying to make a story out of nothing just to sell some sodding printed paper. I first read about it in a copy of The Sun that I borrowed from a workmate for my lunch break. When I got home I checked all the specialist media and all the F1 websites - nothing. That was when I knew it was a load of b.s. Screw the tabloids. Get well soon Herr Schumacher. Best wishes to the family.



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