Dyer's drama: "Without a transplant my liver will fail and they won't be able to do anything for me"

Twenty years ago, Kieron Dyer was considered one of the best talents in English football. But now, at 43, he has discovered he has a serious health problem. For him, therefore, there is the need for a transplant in a short time …

Twenty years ago, Kieron Dyer was considered one of the best talents in English football. Born in 1978, the midfielder grew up in the Ipswich Town nursery and became a star with the Newcastle shirt. In the end, his career wasn’t as incredible as one might have imagined, but still Dyer took away his satisfaction. For him 33 appearances in the national team, with the call-up for both the 2002 World Cup and the 2004 European Championships. Now, however, at the age of 43, he has discovered that he has a serious health problem. As the DailyMail, the Englishman was diagnosed with a rare disease that causes gradual but irreparable liver damage. For him, therefore, there is the need for a transplant in a short time.

As he explained to the British newspaper, Dyer has been on the list for six months to find a new liver. “‘If I don’t have the transplant, my liver will fail and there is nothing they can do for me. Sometimes there are people waiting for a transplant with a few weeks to live, I start to feel more and more fatigued, but I’m not in the super urgent category, so I might have to wait a few more months to get the call until my liver is really bad. There aren’t enough livers for the number of requests and people who need it. ” . A very complicated situation, which further proves that money and fame in certain things don’t help that much.

And the hope of solving his problems does not leave Dyer. “I’m lucky they figured out what was wrong. I know that I depend on someone else’s bad luck for the chance to live a long and happy life. But I hope whoever the donor is, I can make him proud. After the operation you will they encourage you to stay in touch with the donor’s family and that’s something I want to do. I think if I were someone who has lost a loved one it would comfort me to know that through his generosity someone can have a chance to live long. And I hope to carry on this memory. I don’t want to ruin everything, I know how precious it is to have a second chance. “

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