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JUVENTUS - Bonucci reveals after son's illness: "In those weeks I considered quitting football"

27.12.2016 14.00 by Chiara Biondini  read 438

Leonardo Bonucci has revealed he considered quitting football after his son Matteo was diagnosed with a serious medical condition.

"It is the end of the fear that lasted from July until a few days ago," Bonucci told La Repubblica. "For Matteo we now often repeat a mantra: you are our champion, you have won the most difficult game. He's started playing with his brother again, soon they will even be fighting! Finally it is going well, physically and psychologically. In those weeks I considered quitting football, I just couldn't think about work, I had really put it to one side. Matteo was back home on August 10, 13 days after surgery - a record recovery."

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