Michael Schumacher's Ex-Manager Calls Out Family To Update The Public About His Condition

By Catherine Martin | Feb 11, 2017 09:33 AM EST
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Michael Schumacher's health condition has been one of the hottest topics lately. His former manager Willi Weber speaks out about Michael's family snubbing him and stresses that they should reveal the true health condition of the racing driver.

Willi Weber worked with Michael Schumacher for years. In fact, he guided the latter to seven F1 titles in their 20-year association. However, Weber admits that he is not knowledgeable of Schumacher's health condition.

Weber told Bunte that Michael Schumacher's family seems to be afraid of him. He sent them flowers and cards for the German driver's birthday but there was no response, Stuff reported.

Weber feels that Michael Schumacher's family is not telling the whole truth. Unfortunately, his words do not matter to the family at all. "I think they should explain to his millions of fans how he is doing," said Weber. However, the Schumachers remain tight-lipped about Michael's real condition.

Sabine Kehm, Michael Schumacher's new manager who replaced Weber is not apologetic. She is tough on their stand to keep Michael's health condition private. "Michael has always been very protective of his privacy, even during the most successful times of his career. He has always made sure there is a clear and distinct line between his public persona and his private one," said Kehm.

Express reported that Michael Schumacher had an accident during a family holiday. The German driver was a keen skier, he was skiing with his son at the Meribel ski resort when he accidentally hit the right side of his head on a rock.

The doctors operated him to remove the blood clots from his brain. Unfortunately, some remain because it was too embedded. His condition stabilized after being placed in a drug-induced coma. In early 2014, Michael Schumacher was moved from the hospital to his palatial home where he's been taking care of since.

Is Michael Schumacher's family entitled to give the public an update his health condition? Shall we just give the family the space they need? Share your thoughts in the comment section below.

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