Louis Van Gaal: "I have prostate cancer"



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Louis Van Gaal: "I have prostate cancer"

Manager of Holland soccer National team Louis Van Gaal, during an interview for Dutch TV RTL, explained that he has very aggressive prostate cancer. He explained: "I have aggressive prostate cancer, I was afraid that the news could destabilize them and affect their performance.

I have already undergone at least 25 therapy sessions, but I want to continue his work on the bench of the Oranjie national team and I want to lead the team in Qatar " Manchester United said on Twitter: "Everyone at Manchester United is close to our former manager, Louis van Gaal, for his battle with cancer."

"Our thoughts and prayers all go to former Barcelona manager Louis van Gaal, who has been diagnosed with prostate cancer. Be strong Louis and recover soon," was Barcelona post. In an interview granted to the official FIFA website in January 2008, the Dutch coach spoke of the so-called "van Gaal module, which distinguishes the tactics of the teams he leads.

However, unlike a classic scheme, which, depending on the players available, he is not always adaptable, his module can be considered more as a philosophy. The coach must therefore be flexible in making choices, and van Gaal himself has applied different schemes over the years, the 3-3 -1-3 with Ajax, 2-3-2-3 at Barcelona, ​​4-4-2 with AZ Alkmaar and 4-2-3-1 with Bayern Munich.

mentality of the team is fundamental, stating that it depends on the relationship between players and coach. The latter must act towards the former as a focal point, maintaining, like his players, an open mind, in order to obtain a common result through collective work His footballing conception is it is also based on tactical preparation: each player must know which position to occupy on the pitch, how to help his teammates and how to beat the opponent.

All of this requires discipline.

Real Madrid star Eden Hazard will undergo new surgery

The club announced that Hazard will undergo new surgery to remove plaque in his right fibula in the next few days, which was operated on in March 2020 in Dallas.

The Real Madrid player will be out for 4-5 weeks. The club, in a press release, said: "Our player Eden Hazard will undergo surgery in the next few days to remove the osteosynthesis plate on his right fibula."
According to Marca, Hazard would have wanted to have surgery a year ago, but Real Madrid opposed the decision, not considering it the best choice at that precise moment.

Considered one of the strongest Belgian players ever, he made his debut with Lille, with whom he won a Ligue 1 and a Coupe de France (both in 2011). He moved to Chelsea in 2012, where he spent seven seasons winning two Premier Leagues (2015 and 2017), one FA Cup (2018), one Football League Cup (2015) and two UEFA Europa Leagues (2013 and 2019). In 2019 he moved to Real Madrid, with whom he won the Spanish league in the first year (2020).