Michael Schumacher News 2016: Schumi Cries When He Hears His Children?s Voice, Is He Getting Better?

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Michael Schumacher health update

Michael Schumacher fans are always waiting and eager to get an update on the condition of their racing idol. Aside from his fans, Schumacher?s former teammates as well as friends are also missing him. F1 stars joined hands in organizing a charity football match to honor Schuey as he is fondly called.

The match was dubbed as ?Champions for Charity.? It took place at the FSV Mainz’s Coface Arena. Well known F1 drivers like Sebastian Vettel, Nico Rosberg, Fernando Alonso, Daniel Ricciardo, Felipe Massa, Mika Hakkinen, Nico Hulkenberg, Pascal Wehrlein, Timo Glock, David Coulthard and Christian Vietoris participated in the match. Schumacher?s son, Mick Schumacher, who was also present, became the center of attraction.

According to the Mirror, F1 stars played against other athletic stars like NBA star Dirk Nowitzki, football star Lukas Podolski, Sebastian Kehl, Miroslav Klose, Stefan Reinartz, Arne Friedrich and Simon Rolfes.This match proved that no one can forget Schumacher.

How is Schumacher?

Schumacher’s? family is spending a huge amount for his treatment. Sometime back, it was reported that Schumacher has been transferred from the hospital to his home. Schumacher?s family has reached out to the best neurological experts in Europe and the USA for his continued treatment. ?”Hopes of a recovery is the glue binding Corinna and the children, Mick and Gina Maria, together. They have never wavered in their belief that one day Michael would come back to them. His father Rolf moved into the house built in the extensive grounds to be near him all the time. ?If love was all it took, Michael would have been up and about months ago,? one F1 insider said.

Writer Giorgio Terruzi had revealed that Schumacher cries when he gets to hear his children?s voice. ?Schumi cries. And sometimes mysteriously. He cries when he hears his children, his wife?s voice, his dogs. In the silence of that room, a tear runs down his thin face at a known sound. We have a man that we usually consider unbeatable?engaged in a struggle. Inside this we can find? There is life, enclosed in a drop; there is the strength of a man who is moved and that moves each of us. We have his tears, his senses exposed,? Terruzi wrote.

He is getting a massage every day. He is also taking the help of expensive medical machinery to breathe easily at night. Dr. Peter Hamlyn, a neurological and spinal surgeon said that Schumacher is getting the best medical care and his family is with him. So far, Schumacher?s family has spent 20 million pounds for his treatment. The top brands like Mercedes is still providing financial support ?for Schumacher.

Recently, Schumacher?s manager Sabine Kehm accepted the Nurburgring Lifetime Achievement Award on behalf of Schumacher. She also asked the fans to keep up the hope.

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