Vialli temporarily suspended from Azzurri to spend all his time fighting cancer

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Gianluca Vialli, former Italian footballer Had to go back for pancreatic cancer treatment. It relapsed again in the third round by announcing. A temporary suspension in the national team and will return to duty as soon as possible when recovered

Former Chelsea player and coach Gianluca Vialli has temporarily suspended his role as head of the Italy national team. After doctors advised him to rest to take time out of his recurring pancreatic cancer treatment. This is the third round of work. Ready to confirm that they will devote all their strength and energy to overcome this illness and return to work as soon as possible.

Vialli temporarily suspended from Azzurri to spend all his time fighting cancer

macaroni football legend was diagnosed Suffered from pancreatic cancer in 2017 and has always been treated. Previously, he had already beaten the disease once in 2018. But the following year he was diagnosed with come back again. Causing me to fight this disease throughout the year 2019 and did chemo twice until completely recovered. But recently had to go back for a new treatment

” After a long discussion with my brilliant team of oncologists, I decided to take a break. “I hope only temporarily for my current and future career missions,” Vialli said in a statement to the Italian Football Federation. And ready to come back to face new adventures with you guys as soon as possible “

The 58-year-old began his career at Cremonese in his homeland of Serie B, then moved to Sampdoria to work alongside current Italy boss Roberto Mancini. Leading the UFABET team to the 1991 Serie A title, the 1990 UEFA Cup Winners’ Cup and three Italian Cups. Then won the League and UEFA Champions League with Juventus before moving to Singha Blues in 1996 

He played for the Blues until 1999, helping the team win the FA Cup in 1997 and was appointed player-manager following the sacking of Ruud Gullit in 1998 navy blue Winning the League Cup and UEFA Cup Winners’ Cup that year, and then winning the FA Cup again in 2000 before being sacked early in the following season. Until taking the position of head of the Italian national team in 2019