• Thursday Mar 27, 2014

    CONCACAF Statement

    Thursday, March 27, 2014 

    CONCACAF Statement 
     
    The Confederation of North, Central America and Caribbean Association Football (CONCACAF) announced today that General Secretary Enrique Sanz will be undergoing treatment for leukemia.

    The CONCACAF community expresses its full support to Mr. Sanz and his family during this challenging period and wishes him a speedy and full recovery. 

    We thank everyone for respecting Mr. Sanz and his family’s wishes for privacy during this time.
     


     

    Declaración de CONCACAF

     
    La Confederación de Norte, Centroamérica y el Caribe de Fútbol Asociación (CONCACAF) anunció hoy que su Secretario General, el Sr. Enrique Sanz, iniciará un tratamiento para leucemia.

    La familia de CONCACAF expresa su pleno apoyo al Sr. Sanz y a su familia durante este difícil periodo, y le desea una pronta y total recuperación. 

    Agradecemos a todos por respetar el deseo de privacidad del Sr. Sanz y de su familia durante este tiempo.

     


    Déclaration de CONCACAF 

    La Confédération de l’Amérique du Nord, l’Amérique Centrale et le Caraïbe d’Association Football (CONCACAF) a annoncé aujourd’hui que le Secrétaire Général Enrique Sanz commencera des traitements pour leucémie.

    La communauté de CONCACAF expresse son support total à Mr Sanz et à sa famille pendant cette période défiante et lui souhaite les meilleurs vœux pour une guérison totale.

    Nous vous remercions tous de respecter les désirs de Mr Sanz et sa famille de maintenir ceci en privé. 

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