Eriksson seen for first time after well being scare as he attends Rome derby
FORMER England supervisor Sven-Goran Eriksson has been seen for the primary time after having well being issues.
The Swede, 75, attended the Rome derby between Lazio and Roma on the Stadio Olimpico.
Eriksson used to handle each Roma and Lazio earlier in his profession.
He gained the Coppa Italia with Roma in 1986, however loved a way more profitable spell with Lazio.
Throughout his time in command of the Biancocelesti, he gained the Serie A title and two Coppa Italias in addition to the Uefa Cup Winners Cup and Uefa Tremendous Cup.
It was after his success with Lazio that he was employed by the FA to take management of the England nationwide group.
Extra lately, he had been sporting director at Karlstad Fotboll however stepped down in February amid severe considerations about his well being.
He informed Karlstad’s web site: “I have chosen to limit my public assignments for the time being, due to well being issues that are beneath investigation.
“Now I’ll deal with well being, household and restricted assignments for Karlstad Fotboll amongst others.
“I thank you for all the support from friends and football contacts, and ask you to respect my decision and my privacy.”
His lawyer Anders Runebjer informed Swedish paper Aftonbladet that neither he, Eriksson or his household would reveal particulars concerning the well being considerations.
Runebjer mentioned: “He has a illness, and which means he has restricted powers to be the ‘Svennis’ we’re all used to seeing.
“That’s the way it is. But at the same time he wants to do as much as he can with football – if he can’t do so he gets bored.”