“It was a public profession, so there are advantages but also disadvantages ...
But the reality is the last Schumacher update from inside his inner circle was more than a year ago, when his lawyer told CNN the German still “cannot walk” during court proceedings for a lawsuit against a magazine that had claimed otherwise. This is sport’s greatest mystery and its best-kept secret. Four years on from his tragic accident, the Michael Schumacher publicity machine continues to roll on.
His official Facebook page is regularly updated with flashbacks to key moments in his career, his website points to merchandise for sale and a charity which was established on the back of the #keepfighting hashtag which began trending after his crash recently celebrated its one-year anniversary.
Dignity trumps all.” Four years on from his tragic accident, Michael Schumacher remains a hot topic.
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If the second player rejects, neither player receives anything.