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Nic Cruwys Fund

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    Nic remains in a critical condition.

    If anyone would still like to donate to the fund set up for him by a Wolves fan http://www.gofundme.com/o8itrk
     
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    Update on Nic's condition.

     
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    c/o Nic Cruwys' Family
    Tuesday 7th April 2015


    Family Statement Re: Latest update on Nic's Condition


    Dear All at Watford FC,


    Just a few words as a joint message from Nic's family on his current condition, with our heartfelt gratitude to everyone thinking, praying & wishing Nic well in his initial and longer-term recovery.


    Nic has been moved out of an Intensive Care Unit and into a high dependency ward where he has made some steady progress over the last week.


    He is able to walk with some assistance, though still has a long road ahead in terms of getting back to full fitness, it is fair to say he is making the kind of progress which four weeks ago we could only have dreamt about.


    Clearly Nic is in the early stages of a recovery which at this stage, no one knows exactly where that will lead to or how long that will take.


    At some point in the future it will of course be touching for him to know at first hand of the outpouring of genuine human emotion towards him, although that will naturally have to come later.


    In the next few weeks we hope to have him moved closer to home to a specialised Neurological Rehab centre.


    To everyone sending their love, best wishes and messages of support to Nic and the Family: our words of appreciation and gratitude simply could never thank you all enough.


    We have received wonderful messages from all over the world, so many football fans and many people who do not know Nic but wanted to send their love and positive thoughts.


    There has been an astounding reaction from so many who want to help, to visit Nic and ourselves and just be there for us. We are so humbled by this – again, thank you so much.


    In closing, we are not be able to thank each and every individual personally in this statement but we would like to express our sincere and endless gratitude to the whole family & friends for their constant support to date.


    To the incredibly talented, diligent, warm & wonderful team of Specialists, Doctors, Nurses at the fabulous Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Birmingham – who, as an amazing group of compassionate professionals we will forever be in debt to for saving Nic's life. The skills utilised and dedication shown by the entire team and received by Nic since he came to the QE on that Saturday evening has been remarkable. We are eternally grateful and know he was fortunate to have his life in your hands.


    To everyone at Watford FC; CEO Scott Duxbury, the Directors, Management Staff, Players and of course the incredible fans; you have supported the family so much with your response, genuine compassion and respect shown throughout.


    The Reading game will never be forgotten for such a show of togetherness, warmth and undiluted emotion.


    Everyone who follows & loves football have been reminded, if they needed to be, why Watford FC is such a special family club – why Nic has supported them through thick & thin for well over 30 years and now, how well they have supported him and his family.


    Thank you all once again from the bottom of our hearts.


    Read more at http://www.watfordfc.com/news/article/150408-nic-cruwys-family-open-letter-watford-fc-2383629.aspx#r4Um0kyxdqKfBGKX.99
     
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