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''Fadiga should live his life quietly and give up playing football,'' urged Chimienti.
''It is extremely dangerous for him to want to continue playing while wearing a defibrillator.
''The machine is so delicate, if it gets hit by a ball during a match, or if the player falls onto his shoulder or takes a kick, it will stop functioning - and this will lead to his instant death.
''I would liken his situation to Marc-Vivien Foe. He should not be allowed to play football and even having another operation won't alter his problem one bit.''
"He is under the care of the expert cardiologist Professor Brugada and cardiovascular surgeon Dr Wellens," read a club statement.
"Khalilou has an implantable defibrillator as part of his management. He is no risk to or from other players.
"In Professor Brugada's expert opinion, considering all the medical details of the case, Khalilou is now medically fit to play professional football.
"The player has decided to resume training with a view to playing first team football again.
"Bolton Wanderers, having taken several opinions, will support the player's decision and monitor his health very closely."