He wasn't dead. That was something. But as he lay there on the icy cold tarmac, fully conscious and just a few feet from the tangled wreckage of his motorbike, he was suddenly overcome by fear. The fear that he might have suffered some kind of paralysis.
Quickly he went through his own mental checklist. Could he move his neck? Could he wiggle his toes? Where did it hurt? It might not be game over but was his career over?
Moment of horror: keeper Carlo Cudicini's motorbike smash left the Tottenham keeper fighting to save his career
'It happened so fast,' says Tottenham's goalkeeper as he talks publicly for the first time about the accident that occurred on Forest Road in Walthamstow two months ago. An accident that he says is now the subject of a police investigation.
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