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Football game sends Schumacher ‘positive energy’

Football game sends Schumacher 'positive energy'

Football game sends Schumacher ‘positive energy’

German basketball legend Dirk Nowitzki on Wednesday said he hoped some “positive energy” was beamed back to Michael Schumacher.

The NBA star organised a charity football match in Mainz, Germany, on Wednesday featuring Schumacher’s protege Sebastian Vettel, ex-rival Mika Hakkinen, former teammate Felipe Massa and even his 17-year-old son Mick.

Nowitzki told Bild newspaper: “The fact that Mick is here makes the evening even a little emotional.

“I hope that we can send Michael a little positive energy and show him that the people have not forgotten you, and that you are still their idol,” he added.



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