World Klose after thrombosis disease: still "be patient"
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Miroslav Klose must be careful because of the consequences of two thrombosis in the leg. The Football World Champion from 2014 said the "Image" newspaper (Wednesday): "The timetable of the doctors looks roughly so that I will be patient for five to seven and with a slightly attracted handbrake must do everyday life, no unnecessary risk enter into."
On Tuesday evening, the 43-year-old in the Munich Arena looked at the EM group game of the German team against France (0: 1) and sat on the grandstand obliquely next to the future national coach Hansi Flick. He had been assisted in the FC Bayern last season. Then Klose wanted to start somewhere than chef coach, but was slowed through the thrombosis.
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"Thank God is already really good again!" He said now. "The therapy and medicines actually struck immediately, so the healing process is very good." At the end of May he had been communicated to have received absolute peace without sports because of the diagnosis. Soccer matches and body use continue to be taboo, swimming and golf playing but allowed again, it was said. The former World Class Starter must continue to wear support stockings.
he does not want to start his first job as a chief coach, but "with full steam and full of energy! I'm looking forward to it, but now has to get green light now and then I want to start my coach career really healthy! "
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