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Rebecca Stout, left, has signed with Melbourne City for the upcoming W League after battling cancer.
Football fans Rebecca Stout has no doubt in her mind that she will be ready for the first game of the upcoming W-League season after taking another important step in her glorious comeback from cancer.
Stout has signed a professional contract with his former club Melbourne City. Four weeks after announcing that she was in complete remission after her five-month battle with Hodgkin’s lymphoma..
The 28-year-old center-back recently caught up with City coach Rado Vadosk for coffee and said he was ready to return after a gradual return with NPLW club Bullion Lions last month.
Football fans defender Rebecca Stout signs for Melbourne City after battling cancer.
Vadosk welcomed him back with open arms. Stout was announced as a new signing on Thursday, keeping her on track to achieve her biggest goal of playing for New Zealand in the 2023 Women’s World Cup.
* Football fans defender Rebecca Stout for complete forgiveness from cancer.
* Footballer Fern Rebecca Stout came on the field for the first time after being diagnosed with cancer.
* Football legend Centurion Rosie White will miss the Tokyo Olympics due to health problems.
“I have no doubt I’ll be ready to go,” Stout said. “It’s just a matter of making sure I’m in the best physical area to be able to bring my head down and get stuck.” I will be ready to go.
I think having the 2023 World Cup on home soil is the biggest motivation for me. I never doubted I would be there by then, so I’m just glad I got back on track and really tried to get better.
I had no idea until I got my first 10 minutes in the local league. It hit me like wow it’s unbelievable to be back on the field, and it shows that I really missed it. I am so excited and I can’t wait to return to training and stay in the team environment.
Stout’s doctor told him he was in complete apology the day football fans played Australia in the opening game of the Tokyo Olympics.Five months later, he was first diagnosed with Hudkins’ lymphoma, a form of blood cancer.
The 71-cape New Zealand International shared the good news with their Fernandes teammates before the kick-off.
“I talked to my doctor earlier that day and he made it very clear to me,” Stout said.
“I sent a group message to my team, the football fans, and just told them I was completely sorry, and I got a lot of messages back saying they were very happy for me.
“There is such an echo around the girls, they were very depressed on the day of the game because of my news,” said Physio.
It was incredible to hear the words “You are in complete forgiveness”. I am very calm, very happy and ready to move forward with life and try to get back to normal.
Vidusk, a former assistant coach of the Wellington Phoenix, was delighted with Stout’s return to Melbourne City.
“The most important thing is that it’s nice to see her happy and healthy, but I can’t wait to see her back on the pitch the way she likes,” Woods said.
This season our squad will have a mix of experience and youngsters so it would be a great benefit to have a quality and leadership back in a player group as we strive to improve from last season.
The W League is set to begin on November 13.