On the evening 17th of March 2012, the Royals travelled back from Barnsley in high spirits after picking up another important three points on the road. But we, and the entire football family, were brought back down to life after hearing the news of Fabrice Muamba's cardiac arrest during Bolton's FA Cup tie at White Hart Lane.
Muamba made a miraculous recovery and eventually announced his retirement from football. Reading striker and 606 presented Jason Roberts recently spoke to Fabrice on BBC 5 Live in a heartwarming interview.
The former Bolton midfielder spoke to Roberts about his collapse, waking up from his coma and his career in the game. It's well worth a listen - click here
and play from around 07.40 minutes.
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