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Flowers From 'Thoughtful Bowyer'

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As Shay Given struggled in hospital with 'tubes sticking out of every part of the body', he received a welcome visit from his mate.

Given: 'Lee Bowyer came two or three times to see me, which was nice, and Roy Carroll and the goalkeeping coach Ludek Miklosko. On the Thursday, Marlon Harewood came in and said he was sorry. But it was just one of those things in football.

'It was just an accident. He did not go out to do me or anything, and it was nice that he came in.

'It was pretty bad. I had tubes sticking out of me everywhere and oxygen masks and things on. I woke up and I thought 'was I in a car crash or something?' There were tubes coming out of my hand, my arms, my nose.

'It looked pretty bad. You have played a game of football and you wake up the next day in a pretty bad condition.'

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Date:Wednesday October 4 2006
Time: 1:11PM

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I think it was nice that Harewood went to visit him , shows there are some gentlemen still in football
dazednconfuzed
04/10/2006 13:14:00
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its good to see all them players took time to visit shay especially Bowyer who only normally gets bad press.
dazza71
04/10/2006 20:13:00
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