Thursday, June 28, 2012

Hope the Best for Abidal

Barcelona president Sandro Rosell said that French veteran Eric Abidal is “recovering well” from his liver transplant in March, adding: “That is great news. Eric, we are all waiting for you here.”

Abidal, muslim soccer player, had surgery to remove a tumour from his liver last year but after playing again he had to have a transplant on April 10, 2012 with part of an organ donated by his cousin.

The doctor who performed the transplant did not rule out the possibility of Abidal playing again. Doctors revealed that he could still play football in the near future if he wishes. Hope Abidal can be play again in the field.


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