Sistad Ystadsderbyt between the IF and the last game of the season.
However, for the vitblåa Ystads IF's, and Oscar Carlén was, the day started out very well.
He woke up with paralysis on the face.
" I've been in the er all day, and I'm paralyzed in half of his face. A tough start to the day, " says Carlén for More.
At the hospital, it was found that, Carlén is not affected by the stroke, which was my first fear.
the Oscar Carlén was paralyzed in the face
– I have not had a stroke, if any, on the sofa watching tv wondering why it looks a little weird in the face. It has been investigated and ruled out a stroke, which was a concern. However, this is something that you may be suffering from, " says Carlén, who do not know how long the paralysis lasts.
" You don't know the basis for it. It can take from a few weeks up to a period of six months. Tough one, but as it is, " he said.
it took him away from Ystad in the Arena before the derby?
it was Not.
" no, No, it takes more than that to keep me away from the derby, clay-Carlén. & nbsp;
And then there was the derbyseger of his Ystads IF, following a strong upturn in the second half of the game was the final score to 28-23.