Former Seasiders boss Paul Adams diagnosed with cancer
FORMER Felixstowe & Walton United manager Paul Adams has recently been diagnosed with cancer.
He had an operation at Addenbrooke’s Hospital last week prior to surgery at Ipswich Hospital for the insertion of stabilisation rods and removal of part of the tumour from his spine.
He is currently having further tests before commencing a course of radiotherapy and chemotherapy early in the New Year.
Adams, who was an apprentice with Ipswich Town, said he was very positive about the future and looking forward to Christmas with his family.
The Scotsman, who had two spells as manager of the Seasiders, said surgery had gone well and he is up and about although not exactly running around.
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He thanked all those who had asked about him and for the kind words he had received from people.
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