Breda football player Ralf Seuntjens has good news about his health. The former attacker of NAC Breda, RBC Roosendaal and De Graafschap, among others, is free of lymph node cancer. “I can and can look to the future again,” reports the ‘extremely grateful’ 33-year-old attacker of the Japanese club FC Imabari via Instagram.
After undergoing chemotherapy, Seuntjens hoped that there would be a good result in November, but that did not happen then. “A new scan was made last week and the miracle was there because the activity of the lymph node cancer was gone! Surreal, relieved and incredibly grateful. What an intense year it has been for me.”
In May last year it was announced that a tumor had been found in Seuntjens, one and a half months after his transfer from NAC to Japan. Seuntjens then returned to the Netherlands for his treatment. Ralf is the brother of RKC Waalwijk striker Mats Seuntjens.
READ ALSO: Tumor discovered in football player Ralf Seuntjens: ‘My life is turned upside down’