ROME – After almost three years he woke up from coma Abdelhak Appie Nouri, the Moroccan-born Ajax player who suffered a stroke on 8 July 2017.
Nouri felt bad during a friendly match against Werder Bremen. The young man, now 22, was one of Ajax's most promising players, and when he had a stroke he had just been elected best player of the season in the Dutch second division.
Already a year after admission, Nouri has shown signs of improvement, even if he has suffered brain damage, but now 2 years and 8 months from that tragic day – as the footballer's brother, Abderrahim told in these hours in the TV program 'De Wereld Draait Door ', "Appie has finally left the hospital, she is no longer in a coma, is at home, sleeps, eats, frowns, belches, but is very dependent and does not get out of bed." In short, Nouri is now "aware of where he is and it is important for him to stay with his family. It is possible to communicate with him, we also watch football matches and he reacts".
In the chaos, in the sea, in the storm of bad news that are hitting the world like a tsunami these days, finally good news. Nouri has finally woken up from a coma.
Source: Blitz Quotidiano