Sven-Goran Eriksson opens up on final wishes after cancer diagnosis | Sport

Sven-Goran Eriksson has opened up on his final wishes after announcing that he has “at best a year left to live” following a diagnosis of terminal cancer.

The former England football manager, 75, received a diagnosis of advanced pancreatic cancer after he collapsed while on a 5km run last year, prompting an investigation by doctors.

“To be healthy. To not have too much pain, waking up with almost no pain, that’s a great gift in life,” Eriksson told Sky News.

“Travelling… I hope maybe to go to England and see England v Brazil in March,” he added.


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