“In every period of my time as manager of the national team, I had to leave at night to go to the hospital without the players finding out until now. While thinking that I was in good health . But I’m not,” he said.
“You don’t die from prostate cancer, at least not in 90% of cases. It’s usually other underlying diseases that kill you. But I had a pretty aggressive form, I was treated 25 times. Then you have a lot of support to do to get through life.
“I got preferential treatment at the hospital. I was allowed in through the back door when I went for an appointment and was immediately pushed into another room. I was treated perfectly.”