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Michael Schumacher: He will be hopefully 'one day be back with us', says manager

Schumacher suffered traumatic injuries after hitting his head against a rock while skiing in Meribel, France in December 2013.

Michael Schumacher: He will be hopefully 'one day be back with us', says manager

New Delhi: While the entire world is praying for the speedy recovery of F1 legend Michael Schumacher, his manager Sabine Kehm said that hopefully the legend will "one day be back with us".

According to a report in Telegraph.co.uk, at the opening of an exhibition in Marburg, Germany, Schumacher's manager Sabine Kehm said it was important to remind people of the seven-time world champion's achievements.

"He is the most successful driver in history and sometimes, on days like this, it is good to be reminded of it. Of course, Michael is not here and of course we miss him. We know what has happened and cannot change it.

"We must accept it and hope with everything we have that with continued support and patience he will one day be back with us. Racing was his life and no one would have liked to have been here more than him."

Earlier, Schumi's former manager Willi Weber appealed his family to tell the fans about his current health condition.

Mr Weber, speaking with German media, said fans would be “happy” just knowing the truth.

“I think Michael's fans would be happy if they were given an honest message about his condition," he was quoted as saying by Express.co.uk.

“It would also help the people with whom Michael worked all these years better cope with the situation.”

In another update about his health, Schumacher's former Ferrari boss Luca di Montezemolo told media earlier in the month, "I have news and unfortunately it is not good."

The seven-time Formula One world champion suffered traumatic injuries after hitting his head against a rock while skiing in Meribel, France in December 2013.

He plunged into a six-month coma, followed by a lengthy spell receiving intensive hospital treatment.

The former world champion is still receiving intensive treatment far from the public eye at his home in Switzerland.

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