In the world we are today, it hard to see some like Dobson, the 28 years lady who quit her job in order to focus on her boyfriend, who is battling with cancer.
Rhali Dobson is a Australian female player, who is plays for Melbourne City. She played her final game against Perth Glory on Thursday, in which she scored and eventually won the game. Her boyfriend walked unto the pitch and then proposed to her straight after the match.
The saddest part was that her husband to be, is a cancer disease person, who is undergoing radiotherapy and chemotherapy for brain cancer. Chemotherapy and radiotherapy are both treatments for cancer disease. Rhali didn't give up on her boyfriend's situation, she instead decided to quit football in order to support him.
These are the greatest news I have heard in a long time. May God heal and restore good health to her husband to be so that they can both live happily.
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