Fabrice Muamba and Tottenham Hotspur legend Ledley King will be special guests at FA Cup draw

Ealing Times: Muamba and King to seal Spurs cup fate Muamba and King to seal Spurs cup fate

Miracle-man Fabrice Muamba will join Spurs legend Ledley King as a special guest for the third round draw of the FA Cup which takes place at Wembley Stadium this Sunday.

Muamba, who attended Kelmscott School in Walthamstow, suffered a cardiac arrest while playing for Bolton against Spurs in March and was 'dead' for 78 minutes according to Bolton's club doctor.

The 24-year-old made a miraculous recovery at the London Chest Hospital but has since retired from playing football and now works as an ambassador for the British Heart Foundation.

The former England Under-21 midfielder will be joined by King for the prestigious cup draw which sees Premier League clubs enter the compeitition.

King made 260 appearances for the Lillywhites and won 21 caps for England before announcing his retirement from the game in July.

The draw will take place at 2.40pm.


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