Archbishop Georg Gänswein said Michael Schumacher was seven times world champion. However, according to Gänswein, the former rider "feels like he's around."
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"He feels the people around him. I sat down in front, holding both hands and looking at him. His face, like Michael Schumacher's face, is a bit lower," he said.
"Loving is feeling around her, caring for her, and thanking God, a very curious guide to the audience: a patient needs discretion and understanding, his wife is the family's soul, the protective protection that Michael needs absolutely," he said.
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The visit to Georg Gänswein was in 2016. Schumacher is struggling to recover the serious escalation of the Méribel stairs in the French Alps on 29 December 2013. At that time, Ferrari's former member did not do any practice. He slipped on a rocky common ruler and snow-covered rocks, his head shook his head. With a strong impact, the German suffered a severe head injury, which was very close to death.
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