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FOOTBALL: FIFA President joins growing list hoping Trinidad striker recovers from heart attack

Published:Tuesday | October 1, 2013 | 9:31 AM

FIFA President Sepp Blatter has joined the growing list of well wishers hoping Trinidad and Tobago National defender Akeem Adams makes a full recovery after suffering a massive heart attack in Hungary Wednesday night.

FIFA Social Media manager Alex Stone has indicated that Blatter was aware of Adam’s situation and has sent his regards to his family and the Trinidad and Tobago Football fraternity.

The 22-year-old Adams continues to be warded at the ICU of the Varosmajori Heart Clinic in Hungary after undergoing three surgeries and is now surviving on a mechanical heart due to the severe damage to his heart.

Reports suggest that Adams will require a heart transplant.

Meantime Trinidad and Tobago Football Association is reporting some positive signs from the footballer.

A media release from the T&T Football Association said there was some movement from Adams who plays for Ferencvaros club.

Adams, who signed a one-year contract with Ferencváros in July with the option of an additional year, was up to yesterday listed in a critical condition.


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