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Tucudean has heart problems and goes to work! EXCLUSIVE | "In the last week, he examined five clinics!"




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 Dukudean has heart problems and goes to work! EXCLUSIVE |

George uducudean (27 years) was not available for CFR's match against Viitorul, which the champion won (1

-0 at Ovidiu) one hour before the start of the game, and Gruia officials announced that he has a muscular problem. However, it seems that CFR and Ligue 1 scores are the other, and he will have heart disease.

Although it was announced that uducudean has a muscular injury that makes him inaccessible a month, according to the management's announcement from Gruia, Fanatik says the Arad striker's situation is different. He would have heart problems, says the cited source, and would work Monday at a clinic in Austria.

Tucudean inherited from his father Wolff-Parkinson-White syndrome, forcing Marius uducudean to put boots in the nail in 1994, just 27 years old. "In the past week, he did surveys at private clinics in Târgu Mureş and Cluj Napoca, but doctors found no fault" tells ProSport a source near the team CFR Cluj

" For this reason he made the move to Ovidiu, because nothing was found " continues the same source

In an interview ProSport ] Marius Ţucudean, George's father, talked about his heart problem. " Since I did not want to leave, I went to Dr. Carp, the best cardiologist in the country. He told me that I can play and do nothing or I can release football to run after the tram and die." He advised me to leave if I had other sources of income " said Marius Ţucudean in ProSport

                    

            

 
 

                                        
                                                                
                                                    
    
                                                    
    
                                                    
    
                                                    
    
                                                    
    
                                                    
    
                                                    
    

                                                    
    
                                                    
    
                                                    
    

                                                    
    

                            
    


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