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Berger: Fingers crossed for Schumi

Gerhard Berger says it is "fantastic news" that Michael Schumacher has woken from his coma and moved to a rehab. Earlier this week, Schumacher's manager Sabine Kehm announced that he is "not in a coma anymore" and had left the Grenoble hospital where he had been since suffering a severe head injury in a skiing accident in December. The news has been welcomed by Formula 1 personalities with Schumacher's former rival Berger the latest to share his thoughts. "This is fantastic news, fantastic for all of us especially in the motorsport world," he told Sky Sports News. "We all hope that he is coming back to be one of us again. We are crossing fingers for him...
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