No change to Schumi's condition

Thursday 2nd January 2014

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No change to Schumi's condition

No change to Schumi's condition

The lack of a press conference on Thursday means Michael Schumacher's condition is unchanged and he remains stable but critical.

Schumacher spent a fourth night in intensive care at the Centre Hospitalier Universitaire in Grenoble having suffered a serious head injury in a skiing accident.

Speaking to the world's media on Wednesday, Sabine Kehm revealed that while the German was stable, his "condition overall is still very critical."

Schumacher's spokesperson later announced that neither herself nor his doctors would hold another press conference unless there was "significant news" to report.

As such, with no press conference being held on Thursday that means the seven-time World Champ remains in a stable but critical condition.

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