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If the forehead is good, he will live another year, he has learned

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Former England football team coach Sven-Goran Eriksson said that he has been diagnosed with incurable cancer. And if luck is very good, maybe you can survive even for a year.

The 75-year-old Swede became the first foreign coach to take charge of the England national team in 2001. Went to two World Cup quarter finals with England. Ronaldinho’s incredible free-kick knocked him out of the World Cup in 2002.

In 2006, Wayne Rooney’s red card at the instigation of Cristiano Ronaldo ruined him. That same year, Eriksen walked away from the job with two years left on his contract.

This coach, who went into hiding for the past decade, has been living a retired life for the past one year. As a result, suddenly such news of him is surprising. Eriksson told Swedish radio Piwan: ‘Everyone understands that I have an illness that is not good. And everyone thinks it’s cancer, and they’re right. But I will fight as long as I can.’

It was not long before he realized how serious his condition was, ‘I know that at most I shall live a year, and at worst much less. Maybe I can live a little longer. I don’t think my doctors are entirely sure; They cannot fix any specific day.’

He was diagnosed with cancer about a year ago. Erickson, who had run five kilometers the previous day, suddenly fainted one day. He also had a stroke that day, ‘It’s better not to think about it. You have to fool your brain. I could think about it all day if I wanted to and sit at home sulking, thinking about my own misfortune. I can put myself in such a situation if I want. But I try to look at the positive side of everything and not let myself get caught up in these obstacles. Because this is the biggest obstacle in life.’

He knows he won’t live long, but Erickson doesn’t waste time thinking about it. Told the BBC, ‘I live a very normal life. I don’t stay at the hospital, I visit sometimes. But I stay at home, I have friends here. The whole family came here for Christmas and New Year. Exercise as much as possible, less than a year ago, but lead a normal life.’

Erickson is enjoying life anew after receiving such news, ‘When you get a message like that, you realize the importance of each day anew and you wake up in the morning and you’re happy, like, OK, this is what I’m going to do. I thought I was in good health, but suddenly had a small stroke and my children took me to the hospital. After an examination one day, he said, I had five small strokes, but “no problem, you’ll be 100 percent better than hell”, but he also said I had cancer, which had no cure. They said they will give me some treatment and medicine and try to save me as long as possible. They found my problem, but unfortunately they can’t operate on it.’

Eriksson, who began his coaching career in 1977, first came to the fore when his hometown club Gothenburg won the Europa League in 1981. He then took charge of England, winning seven titles for clubs such as Benfica, Roma, Fiorentina, Sampdoria and Lazio.


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