Saved the fan from cancer: - We still have contact

The Polish striker Kamil Wilczek is icy for the time being in the premier League, where he has scored 12 times in 13 matches, and the Brøndby captain has a high

Saved the fan from cancer: - We still have contact

The Polish striker Kamil Wilczek is icy for the time being in the premier League, where he has scored 12 times in 13 matches, and the Brøndby captain has a high

Ann McDonald
Ann McDonald
25 October 2019 Friday 19:17
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Saved the fan from cancer: - We still have contact

The Polish striker Kamil Wilczek is icy for the time being in the premier League, where he has scored 12 times in 13 matches, and the Brøndby captain has a high star by both the boston globe and the fans. But also Wilczek has periods where it does not go as hoped, and in the spring had the attacker eight games in a row where he didn't come on the board.

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Fortunately for Kamil Wilczek he can get support when it's not running, for the goal-tells now, that he still keeps in touch with a Brøndby-fan, named David Brian Nielsen.

The two are in fact.

As the Bolton striker, 28. august 2016 was in time with its warm-up before the showdown against FC Copenhagen, kicking the goal, as always, a little on the goal. But it was not all that hit. A ball he kicked in the head on David Brian Nielsen, who was in the stadium, and he ended up getting it so bad, that he had at the hospital.

Here it was found out that he had a brain tumor. It has since been operated away, and in a way was Wilczeks suckers to reveal a brain tumor.

Now tells the pole saw, how he saw the situation.

- There came something good out of a bad situation. I remember it. He called David Nielsen, and we have contact to this day. I kicked hard, and I hit him right in the head. I ran immediately to see what had happened.

It was obvious that there was something in the way. After the match I asked the doctor what was going on, and I got the message that it was not good. I have strong feelings about it here. People later wrote that I saved his life, but... It was a very emotional experience for me.

David had an even worse period of time afterwards, and he went through a long rehabilitation. I have met him many times since, and not so long ago, where I had a difficult time, he wrote a message to me. It is one of those stories that evokes the greatest feelings in me says Kamil Wilczek to the Polish media Laczy Nas Pitka.

In the interview tells Kamil Wilczek, among other things, that he hopes to score lots of goals going forward for Brøndby IF, and that he would very much like to be the most scoring foreigner in League history. With 85 goals is Dame N' Doye the foreigner, who has scored the most times in League history.

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Updated: 25.10.2019 19:17
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