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Friday, July 07, 2017

Wolves Goalkeeper Carl Ikeme Diagnosed With Acute Leukaemia

Wolves and Nigeria goalkeeper Carl Ikeme is to begin chemotherapy after being diagnosed with acute leukaemia.



The Championship club say Ikeme, 31, returned "abnormal blood tests" during pre-season testing and further checks confirmed the diagnosis.

Ikeme has been with Wolves for his entire career, making more than 200 appearances for Wanderers.

Thirty-three of those came last season, having previously been in the team that won the League One title in 2013-14.

"It would be an understatement to say that everyone at Wolves has been shocked and saddened to hear the news of Carl's diagnosis," said Wolves managing director Laurie Dalrymple.

"That relates to both players and staff as Carl has been at the club for a very long time and remains such an integral personality within the group.

"At the same time, we all know what a fighter and a competitor Carl is, and I have no doubt that he will take all of those attributes into this battle.

"Similarly, its goes without saying that Carl and his family will receive the full love and support that we at Wolves can provide - we are all with him every single step of the way towards a full recovery.

Football clubs, players and team-mates of Ikeme, past and present, have been offering their support to the goalkeeper on social media.

Striker Nouha Dicko: "No words can express how I feel right now. I love you Carl. We are all with you, you are a strong man, a strong wolf. Stay strong bro."

Winger Jordan Graham: "Kemes - you're like a second father to me. The love I have for you I can't even put into words. Stay strong we are ALL with you bro!"

Midfielder Dave Edwards: "On and off the pitch you are a role model to so many Carl Ikeme...we are all by you and your family's side right now and we all love you!"

Millwall midfielder Jed Wallace: "One of the most genuine people you could wish to meet. Role model on and off the pitch. Stay strong big fella."

Norwich winger Matt Jarvis: "Stay strong big man! Wishing you my best!"

Bolton striker Adam Le Fondre: "Absolutely gutted to hear - one of football's top guys! My thoughts are with you and your family!!"
From BBC


14 comments:

  1. This is so shocking

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  2. Its a very sad something. However, I wish him well!

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  3. Oh God Please heal him..I have a weakness for cute guys..Please he is so cute, Please heal him Lord!!

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    1. I can't express how distasteful this statement is even from a jaundiced brain.

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  4. Are they supposed to make this public?

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    1. It is not Nigeria where everything is hidden.....including the president's health status/whereabouts. Speaking up/out about it helps each and every one of us to know the importance of regular health checks! Early detection of diseases can help a long way.......

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  5. Too bad! I heard this on Brilla FM yesterday and 'twas really heart-breaking. Cancer of the blood. God will come through for him.

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  6. So sad.

    I wish him a really good recovery.

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  7. I wish him full recovery.
    My prayers with him and his family.

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  8. Let your healing Hands rest on him Lord

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