London, Apr 20 (ANI): Bolton boss Owen Coyle has said that Fabrice Muamba playing again in the Premier League will be huge boost for the people and fans attached to him.
Muamba, who was technically dead after his heart stopped for 78 minutes, has made a remarkable recovery since suffering a cardiac arrest on the pitch in an FA Cup tie at Tottenham on March 17.
He was discharged from hospital this week, with some experts predicting he could be back in action inside six months, The Sun reports.
Coyle said: "Knowing Fabrice and how much of a battler he is, it wouldn't surprise me if he comes back. But I've got to stress he still needs that time with his family unit.
"I understand, because of the interest, that everybody thinks he's released from hos- pital so that's it, he's singing and dancing down the street. But people have to understand there's room for continued improvement."
"God willing, if he ever comes back to play at the level he's played before, then, of course, that will be a huge boost to everybody," he said. (ANI)
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