July 1, 2022

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Premier League: Kieron Dyer: 'If I don't have a transplant, my liver will fail and there's nothing they can do for me'

Premier League: Kieron Dyer: ‘If I don’t have a transplant, my liver will fail and there’s nothing they can do for me’

KIron Dier, the 33-cap player for England and played for Ipswich Town, Newcastle United, West Ham United, Queens Park Rangers and Middlesbrough, has announced that he is waiting several months for a liver transplant.

explained Kiron Dyer, who is 43 and suffers from primary sclerosing cholangitis, a disease that causes severe liver damage.

Regarding his illness, Dyer, who has been one of the great promises of English football, explained in an interview with the “Daily Mail”: “I am starting to get tired more and more, but I am not in the very urgent category, so I can wait a few more months to get the call until it hurts.” Really liver.

Kieron Dyer: “I know I depend on someone else’s misfortune to have the chance to live”

The former footballer said: “I know I depend on someone else’s misfortune to have the opportunity to live a long and happy life. But I hope the donor will make him proud.”

“I hope to earn his legacy,” Dyer said. “I don’t want to fail that. I know how important a second chance is.”

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