[Official] Sven Goran Eriksson Is Fighting Cancer; Stay Strong, Champ!

In a shocking revelation, the renowned coach Sven Goran Eriksson disclosed that he is battling cancer and has been given a prognosis of just one year, or possibly even less, to live.

Having previously served as the sporting director for IF Karlstad, a team in the third tier of Swedish football, Eriksson made the difficult decision to step down from his role at the age of 75, citing health issues as the primary reason for his resignation.

In an interview with P1, as reported by the Daily Mail, Eriksson acknowledged that he is suffering from a grave illness. While it is widely believed to be cancer, he remains determined to battle against it for as long as possible.

Instead of dwelling on the doctor's prognosis that he may have only a year or less to live, the ex-Lazio coach made the courageous decision to fight against his illness.

According to Eriksson, one can attempt to deceive their mind by focusing on the favorable aspects and avoiding pitfalls. While acknowledging the significant issue at hand, he encourages individuals to find opportunities for positivity and make the best out of the situation.

The Swedish coach stated that he initially learned he had cancer. He fainted when he was ready to run 5 kilometers.

After visiting the doctor, it was discovered that Eriksson had both a stroke and cancer.

"They don't know exactly how long I've had cancer, maybe a month or a year," he said.

Eriksson has enjoyed success in Italian football with AS Roma, Fiorentina, Sampdoria, and Lazio. Before joining Manchester City, he managed the England national team from 2001 to 2006. 

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