Målmandslegenden Lars Høgh is right now through an illness, after he in the end of October told that the cancer in the pancreas had returned.
Now tell his daughter, and a sports host Josephine Hoegh, how it has been to see his father be sick.
This is an interview with Euroman.
"It has been absolutely crazy for me. I've been out in the outer corners of følelsesregistret, and I have never been so weighed down with sorrow and cried so much. But some times it goes like this: when life is most confusing, as the dumper, there is something good down. And in the midst of my accident, I stood and felt the greatest pleasure and immediate happiness, when I met my boyfriend, Lasse," she says.
The 30-year-old a sports host is in the day engaged with TV 2-host Lasse Sjørslev, and they could recently reveal that they must keep a genuine julebryllup.
It happens in the middle of a time that is certainly not easy for either her or the rest of the family.
In the interview, Josephine Hoegh, who is host of the DR programme 'Fodboldmagasinet', also check on how it was when she last summer found out that her father had been diagnosed with cancer. Celtabet
in the Midst of the difficult and hard time getting there so by good news, since B. T. the day after the qualifier against Gibraltar had a chat with Lars Høgh, who is the goalkeeping coach for the Danish national team.
"It is a lortesituation, but in the bad there is also little good, for I have got scanningsvar in the two months, I have had chemo, and it is positive that kemoen works. It is important. It does not help that I am healing, but I get some opportunities," he said, among other things.
During the showdown against Gibraltar in the Park, a group of Danish fans show a banner that paid tribute to målmandslegenden. Here said, 'Go recovery, Hoegh – We are with you all the way'. And it made an impression.
"first, it was very surprising. Well, I had damn well not just expected. I came in a football game, and all of a sudden, there was something very personal, so it was a very happy surprise, but also touching. I had to damn right swallowing a lump, I must honestly admit," he said.
Lars Høgh was first affected by cancer in 2018, and underwent a major operation in november, when he had been diagnosed with a tumor in the pancreas.
At the beginning of september in the year, he got the message that the cancer had broken the back again of the pancreas, while the cancer had also affected another place.Date Of Update: 22 November 2019, 22:01