The sad news about Astori's death made me think of Fabrice Muamba, the Bolton player who collapsed in a FA Cup tie against Spurs, back in 2012. Anyone watching the game that day will remember that the medical staff rushed to him when he collapsed - and that a Spurs fan, a cardiologist joined them to help them keep his heart alive. He effectively had no heart beat of his own for over an hour. Amazingly, he recovered well enough to walk out smiling from hospital few weeks later. So I wondered what happened next. Apparently he already had an armful of GCSEs and A Levels so he went to university and got a degree in sports journalism, that was back in 2015. He's stayed in football doing some coaching with various clubs including Liverpool. He's now doing a LMA (League Managers Association) diploma course - which means he's got (at least) a UEFA A Coaching licence already. Here's him winning the Dads sprint at his son's school sports day.