Daniel Barden was on loan with Livingston but currently has to take a break from the sport of soccer after being diagnosed earlier today with testicular cancer at the Royal Marsden Hospital, United Kingdom.
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The 20-year-old English goalkeeper had this to say;
“It has been a very difficult and challenging period, but the support of my family, friends and colleagues has helped get me through the last few weeks,” said Barden, who has had follow-up tests and will be closely monitored during his treatment programme.
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Dan Barden has been a goalkeeper for Norwich City since 2019 up until he got loaned away to Scottish Premiership club, Livingston.
Norwich City sporting director Stuart Webber said: “Everyone at Norwich City wishes Dan a speedy recovery. Our love and thoughts are with him and his family as he starts this latest challenge in his life.
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“Dan is part of our family and we look out for our own. He knows we are with him every step of the way.
“The care and attention Dan has had so far has been top class. We thank everyone who has looked out for him and we are grateful for Livingston for acting on Dan’s symptoms and alerting us.
“We can’t wait to welcome Dan back to Carrow Road and the Lotus Training Centre.”
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