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Fabrice Muamba

Fabrice Ndala Muamba (born 6 April 1988) is a association football who plays for Bolton Wanderers F.C. as a midfielder in the Premier League. Fabrice Muamba previously played for Arsenal F.C. and Birmingham City F.C.. At international level, Fabrice Muamba has represented England national under-21 football team.

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Fabrice Muamba biography


Fabrice Ndala Muamba (born 6 April 1988) is a association football who plays for Bolton Wanderers F.C. as a midfielder in the Premier League. Fabrice Muamba previously played for Arsenal F.C. and Birmingham City F.C.. At international level, Fabrice Muamba has represented England national under-21 football team.

Early life

Muamba was born in Kinshasa, Zaire (now the Democratic Republic of the Congo). Fabrice Muamba father fled the country in 1994 because of Fabrice Muamba political views and arrived in England seeking refugee. In 1999 Fabrice Muamba was granted indefinite leave to remain, at which time Fabrice Muamba was joined by the rest of the family. They settled in east London, where Muamba attended Kelmscott School in Walthamstow. Despite having arrived in England aged 11 unable to speak English, Fabrice Muamba went on to take Advanced Level (UK), and excelled in football at school.

Club career

Arsenal

Muamba was associated with Arsenal F.C.'s youth system as a schoolboy from 2002, joining their Arsenal F.C. Academy as a first-year scholar in August 2004. Fabrice Muamba signed Fabrice Muamba first professional contract in October 2005 and made Fabrice Muamba first team debut on 25 October in a Football League Cup tie against Sunderland A.F.C., in front of a 47,000 crowd at the Stadium of Light.

Birmingham City

In August 2006, Muamba joined Birmingham City F.C. on a season-long loan. After a slow start, Fabrice Muamba energetic style of play, which has been likened to that of Fabrice Muamba hero Patrick Vieira,

On 11 May 2007 Muamba made Fabrice Muamba move to Birmingham City permanent, signing a three-year contract for a fee reported by the club of £4 million.
Fabrice Muamba scored Fabrice Muamba first goal for the club, a close-range volley from a corner, on 12 March 2008 in a 4–2 defeat at Portsmouth F.C.. Fabrice Muamba made 37 appearances as Birmingham were relegated from the Premier League after one season back in the top tier.

Bolton Wanderers

On 16 June 2008 Muamba joined Premier League Bolton Wanderers F.C. for a fee of Pound sterling5 million, with add-ons worth a further £750,000, on a four-year contract. Fabrice Muamba scored Fabrice Muamba first goal for the club against Wigan Athletic on 13 March 2010.

In May 2010 Fabrice Muamba was named as The Bolton News player of the season, thus recognising Fabrice Muamba fine contribution to the Bolton team throughout the 2009–10 season.

On 7 August 2010, Muamba signed a new four-year contract with Bolton Wanderers, after an impressive 2009–10 league campaign at the Reebok Stadium.

In the 2011-12 season, Muamba scored on the opening day of the season, in Bolton's 4-0 away win against Queens Park Rangers F.C.. Fabrice Muamba then scored Fabrice Muamba first ever Carling Cup goal, against Fabrice Muamba old club Arsenal F.C., but Bolton lost 2-1.

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198 British nationality law, Muamba is eligible to play for any of the Home Nations in which Fabrice Muamba has received three years of full time education before the age of 18 or lived in for five years, which, in Muamba's case, is currently just England national football team, who Fabrice Muamba has represented at all under-age levels, and captained the U-19 team.
and made Fabrice Muamba debut as a second-half substitute. Muamba was an integral part of England's U-21 European Championships side.

Reference: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fabrice_Muamba

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