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Schumacher remains critical but stable

Michael Schumacher fans project a message of support onto the Grenoble hospital Getty Images Enlarge Michael Schumacher remains in a critical but stable condition, with his management asking the media not to speculate about his condition. Schumacher spent a sixth night in a coma following his 45th birthday on Friday and his condition has not changed on Saturday. His family remains by his bedside while Ferrari fans held a vigil outside the Grenoble hospital on Friday in support of the seven-time world champion. His manager Sabine Kehm released a statement on Saturday saying no official update is expected before Monday. "Michael's condition remains critical but stable," she said....
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