By Alan Baldwin LONDON, Nov 21 (Reuters) - Mercedes have played down, without completely dismissing, media speculation that seven times Formula One world champion Michael Schumacher could come out of retirement as Jenson Button's replacement. "It's clear that there will always be speculation as long as one cockpit is still free," said a spokesman for the German carmaker, who have taken over world champions Brawn, on Saturday. "And some speculations are nothing but dreams which will not ...
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