Sol Bamba Suffers Cancer
Ivorian and Cardiff City defender Sol Bamba is being treated for a very serious health issue, he is currently been treated for cancer. The Championship club made the announcement recently.
The 35-year-old Ivory Coast international has been diagnosed with Non-Hodgkin lymphoma and is undergoing chemotherapy. Speaking about Sol Bamba, the club said: “Sol has begun his battle is typically positive spirits and will continue to be an integral part of the Bluebirds family.”
Sol Bamba joined Cardiff in October 2016 under former manager Neil Warnock. He played for Hibernian, Leicester City, Trazbonspor and Italian club Palermo as well as Leeds United. Bamba also played for Paris St Germain.
The National Health Service Wales says the illness as “a type of cancer that develops in the lymphatic system, a network of vessels and glands spread throughout your body.” “The lymphatic system is part of your immune system”.
The Bluebirds said Bamba is “universally admired by team-mates, staff and supporters in the Welsh capital”. The club’s statement also said: “During treatment Sol will support his team mates at matches and younger players within the Academy, with whom he will continue his coaching development.”
“While we request privacy for him and his family at this time, messages of support to be passed on to Sol may be sent to email@example.com.” “We are all with you Sol.”