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Manager denied the rumours Schumacher woken up and ‘recognised his wife’ Corinna

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Michael and Corinna Schumacher at the Hippodrome Tent during Oktoberfest in Munich.

Michael Schumacher’s manager has denied reports she told German television that the F1 legend had finally emerged from his long coma.

Late last week, multiple media sources claimed the former Ferrari and Mercedes driver’s manager, Sabine Kehm, had told the RTL broadcaster that Schumacher had woken up after 17 weeks in a coma and ‘recognised his wife’ Corinna.

“Sorry,” said Nicola Pohl, a respected correspondent for the major German daily Bild, “but those rumours from Spain are apparently not true.

“Kehm just texted me (saying) she hadn’t confirmed anything to RTL,” she added.

Michael Schumacher with Sabine Kehm

Michael Schumacher with Sabine Kehm

Indeed, Kehm has now told the German tabloid Kolner Express that she made no such comments about Schumacher’s continued awakening to RTL or anyone else.

“Since doing the ARD talk show (two weeks ago) … I have not spoken to anyone about Michael Schumacher,” she confirmed. (GMM)

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