Willi Weber (77), manager of Michael Schumacher (50) from 1991 to 2010, believes in a return of the Formula 1 legend to the public.
The Cologne EXPRESS Weber said: "I know that he is a fighter nature. If there is a chance, he will use it. That can not be the end. I pray for him and am convinced that we will see him again. "
Since his severe ski accident on December 29, 2013 Schumacher has not occurred in public. In the rehab, he has been fighting to regain his health since then.
How realistic is Weber's statement?
The former Schumi manager limits his statement in the EXPRESS itself: "I know that it has caught Michael hard, but unfortunately not, what progress he makes in rehab. I'd like to know how he's doing and shake hands or stroke his face. But unfortunately this is rejected by Corinna. She's probably afraid that I'll see right away what's going on and make the truth public. "
Since the accident at the end of 2013, only a few people still have access to Schumacher. His rehab is strictly shielded from the public. Weber, as confirmed by himself, does not belong to the people who have access to Schumi.
The reason for the interview is the first world title of Michael Schumacher on November 13, 1994. On November 13, starting at 8:15 pm, RTL will broadcast a big theme evening about Michael Schumacher's first World Cup win.
Weber: "For the 25th anniversary, of course, everything comes up again. And now twice and three times after what happened to Michael. "
That's why Weber hopes – as with all Schumi fans. What memories the ex-manager has the title win in 1994, read on Wednesday in SPORT BILD.