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Arsenal provide health update after player collapses during cup final

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Arsenal have confirmed that Frida Maanum is "talking and stable" after she collapsed during this afternoon's Conti Cup final.

The 24-year-old was stretchered off the pitch after collapsing off the ball in the closing stages of the Gunners' match against Chelsea.

Play was halted for seven minutes while the Norwegian international was treated by paramedics. The BBC commentary team later issued an update, stating Maanum was responsive.

Arsenal later confirmed that the midfielder was conscious via their official club channel, the Mirror reports. READ MORE: Heartbreak of Andy Martin's wife following The Star and Garter landlord's sudden death The Gunners posted on social media: "Frida is conscious, talking and in a stable condition.

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