Young goalkeeper Dan Barden is diagnosed with testicular cancer

Young goalkeeper Dan Barden is diagnosed with testicular cancer

Norwich young Welsh goalkeeper Dan Barden, who is currently on loan for Scotland (20), is down with testicular cancer.

Challenge after worry. With young Welsh goalkeeper Dan Barden under contract until 2024 norwich (20th in the Premier League) and loaned Livingston (10th in the Scottish D1) this season, announced on Monday that he was diagnosed with testicular cancer. He will have to undergo treatment before returning to the field.

Dan Barden explains, “It’s been a very difficult time, but the support of my family, friends and coworkers has helped me over the past few weeks.” (…) The initial diagnosis was a real shock to me. But what’s cool is that we caught it early and the prognosis and next steps have all been positive.”

“I am optimistic and have a positive mindset,” says the young Welshman. I believe I will be able to beat him and will be back soon to do what I love. I want to thank everything. Around the world for supporting me.”

Norwich in support of Barden

Dan Barden can count on Norwich’s support for this fight against cancer. Club Athletic Director Stuart Weber says, “Everyone in Norwich City wishes Dan a speedy recovery. Our love and thoughts are with him and his family. Dan is part of our family and we look after ourselves. We Be with him every step of the way. The care and attention Dan has received so far has been first class. We thank everyone who cared for him and took action about Dan’s symptoms and We are grateful to Livingston for alerting us. We look forward to welcoming Dan back to Carrow Road and the Lotus Training Center.”

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