Football legend Pele has said he feels “strong” and has “a great deal of trust” as he gets emergency clinic therapy in his fight with colon disease.
The 82-year-old posted on Instagram following a notice from Albert Einstein Emergency clinic in Sao Paulo, where he was conceded recently so specialists could reexamine his consideration.
“My friends, I want to keep everyone calm and positive,” said the Brazilian.
“I’m strong, with a lot of hope and I follow my treatment as usual.
“I want to thank the entire medical and nursing team for all the care I have received.
“I have a lot of faith in God and every message of love I receive from you all over the world keeps me full of energy.
“And watch Brazil in the World Cup too! Thank you so much for everything.”
The emergency clinic’s clinical notice uncovered that Pele was in a steady condition and had answered well to treatment for a respiratory contamination, which was analyzed upon his confirmation.
It came following a report in one of the city’s papers that he was being moved to palliative consideration after the chemotherapy he was going through for colon disease quit having the normal outcomes.
Be that as it may, the emergency clinic said his condition has not deteriorated throughout recent hours.
The revealing by Folha de S.Paulo on Saturday, got by the world’s media, started an overflow of kind words from across football, including Britain commander Harry Kane.
“First and foremost, we send our best wishes to him and his family as well,” he said at a World Cup news conference.
“He’s an inspiration in our game, an incredible footballer and an incredible person.”
Gotten some information about the exhortation Pele had given him, in which he encouraged the Tottenham striker to never accept he is the best player on the planet and continue to learn, Kane said: “To hear those words in those days from him was truly extraordinary for me.
“And I always feel like I’m someone who is always learning and will continue to learn for the rest of my career, so he was spot on with his advice.
“Of course, sad to hear that news, but we wish him well, not just me but the whole England set-up as well.”
French football player Kylian Mbappe tweeted “Pray for the King” alongside a crown and labeled Pele in his post.
The messages came after Folha de S.Paulo revealed that Pele was done getting therapy for his disease, yet would now just be treated for side effects like agony and windedness.
The paper said he had a general enlarging and cardiovascular issues when confessed to clinic recently, a detail recently revealed by ESPN Brasil.
Pele was taken to emergency clinic in Sao Paolo on Tuesday to assess his disease treatment after he had a cancer eliminated from his colon in September 2021.
On Thursday, he said thanks to concerned fans for their messages.
“It’s always nice to receive positive messages like this,” he posted on Instagram.
“Thanks to Qatar for this tribute, and to everyone who sends me good vibes.”