“Every time during my time as the coach of the national team I had to leave at night to go to the hospital without the players finding out about it until now. While I was thinking I was in good health. But I’m not,” he said.
“You don’t die of prostate cancer, at least not in ninety percent of cases. It’s usually the other underlying diseases that kill you. But I had a very aggressive form, and you’ve been treated 25 times. Then you have a lot of management to do in order to keep going. life.
“I received preferential treatment in the hospital. I was allowed in through the back door when I went to an appointment and was promptly pushed into another room. I was treated wonderfully.”