Dutch football great Johan Cruyff is confident he will come out on top in his battle against cancer.
Less than a month after it was disclosed that he has lung cancer, Cruyff said he is "confident that everything will be all right."
He said he is "doing well" after starting treatment and affirmed that "it's a battle that I will win."
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The 68-year-old former Ajax and Barcelona star said that after being told he had the disease, there was "no other alternative other than face it."
He made the comments...
Wolfsburg sporting executive Klaus Allofs has told kicker he would understand if the club's Germany internationals did not want to play this weekend.
Four Wolfsburg players including Netherlands international Bas Dost were affected by the cancellation of the Germany against Netherlands friendly amid a "concrete terror threat" in Hanover on Tuesday.
The international was called off only 90 minutes prior to kickoff, with the incident happening four days after the Paris terror attacks,...
PARIS -- I am writing minutes after Germany-Holland was cancelled in Hanover on Tuesday over fears of a planned terrorist attack inside the stadium. This might be a new age of stadium terrorism. If so, I witnessed the start of it four days ago in Paris.
I left home for the France-Germany game on what felt like a normal Friday evening. I live in Paris and am a regular at the Stade de France. But about 20 minutes into that match, we heard a loud explosion that seemed to come from just outside the...