Nigerian Goalkeeper Carl Ikeme Sends Gratitude for Wave of Support After Leukemia Diagnosis

Currently undergoing chemotherapy after being diagnosed with acute leukaemia in July, 31-year old Wolves goalkeeper, Carl Ikeme, thanked fans and colleagues for their “incredible” support

“The support you’ve shown me has been incredible,” said Ikeme in a video message played at Molineux before Saturday’s 1-0 win over Middlesbrough.

“It’s really helped me get through these first few weeks and will help me get through the rest of my treatment.”

From a massive sign on the M6 to youngsters in America, there’s been massive support since Ikeme’s diagnosis.  Check out all the love and support through these social media posts.

The Wolves staged a 24 hour penalty shootout at the Wolfie’s Den to raise money for Cure Leukemia. Watch the Twitter video below:

Here the CEO of Paycare showing support:

A jumbo card was signed by fans in Wolfie’s Den and then handed over to his daughter Mila to pass on Ikeme.

Amazing show of support here as a shirt with Ikeme face is held up to the packed stadium

Wolves City Police showing their support:

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