Tuesday, April 4, 2017

Austrian Footballer Enters Russian Monastery

Sergej Mandreko, a footballer from Tajikistan, is incurably ill with ALS. The ex-kicker of the Viennese club Rapid Wien has now been residing for 2 months in a monastery and hopes for a miracle. Subsequently, he is undergoing a treatment

[kath.net] Sergej Mandreko, a soccer player from Tajikistan, played for the SK Rapid from 1992 to 1997. Mandeko was part of a legendary team of the Viennese club, which even stormed to the finals in the World's Cup. But now, Mandreko is suffering from the insidious disease ALS, which gradually leads to progressive paralysis. The 45-year-old now walks on unusual paths and hopes for heavenly assistance. According to media reports, two months ago, he went to a Russian monastery to be treated in a St. Petersburg special clinic. His former football club has not let him down in the process and collects donations to cope with the cost of expensive therapy.

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