Michael Schumacher News: Hopes For Fast Recovery Flood Racer

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Michael Schumacher fans are remembering their beloved Formula One legend every day. Recently well-known soccer player Miroslav Klose dedicated an award to Michael Schumacher.

FOX Sports has reported that German footballer Miroslav Klose was honored with a sports ethics award at the University of Rome Tor Vergata. Klose wholeheartedly dedicated the award to Schumacher and also recalled his memories about Formula One legend.

?I had the pleasure of personally meeting him when he once visited us in training camp with the national team,? ?Klose said. ?He is an extraordinary person. It was enough, five minutes to talk to him, to open and to understand so many things in the eyes.Forza Michael, do not give up,? Klose added. Schumacher?s friends are in touch with his family.

?My relationship with him has changed of course, but I still have a relationship with him. I?m still his friend.And my relationship with Corinna and the family has become much more intense. I feel a responsibility to stand by them,? Former Ferrari CEO John Todt said, according to Express.

Michael Schumacher’s manager Sabine Kehm?s statement which came out last month was a ray of hope for his fans. ?He is the most successful driver in history and sometimes, on days like this, it is good to be reminded of it. Of course, Michael is not here and of course we miss him. We know what has happened and cannot change it,? Kehm said. We must accept it and hope with everything we have that with continued support and patience he will one day be back with us,? she added, according to Mirror.

Schumacher?s career came to an end due to a ski accident which took place a couple of years ago. It costs around ???100,000 a week for his treatment. Fans rarely get to hear some official information about Schumacher?s health. His spokesperson had asked the fans to respect the privacy of Schumacher?s family. ?Schumacher has won seven world championships. ?

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