Tamir Cohen on father's critical condition: Pray for him

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December 21, 2010 14:43

 
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Tamir Cohen, son of injured soccer player Avi Cohen, told reporters on Tuesday that his father's situation remained critical saying "there's not much to say, just pray for us.  His situation is critical, I just ask that everyone who knows him prays that he will wake up."

Avi Cohen is being treated at Ichilov Hospital in Tel Aviv after being injured Monday afternoon in a motorcycle accident on Jabotinsky Street in Ramat Gan.

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