More top flight footballers and sports players suffer adverse covid related reactions

Updated: Mar 8

“Only” 108 FIFA players have died!"

Of course it is not because of the “vaccine” (read: Experimental Gen thereapy!)

Of course all of this is a coincidence


Sergio Aguero’s heart issue

Some altogether concerning scenes played out at the back end of October when Barcelona faced off with Alaves.

Sergio Aguero would go down during the clash, clutching his chest and seemingly struggling to breathe. Thankfully, the Argentine was able to leave the pitch on foot:

He has today reluctantly announced his retirement from football


Victor Lidelof

Manchester United have issued an update on the health of Victor Lindelof after he was forced off the pitch with breathing problems at the weekend.


Lindelof went down clutching his chest and was struggling to breathe during Man Utd’s 1-0 win over Norwich City on Saturday.

Lindelof had struggled to breathe for over 10 minutes and that his heart rate had increased.

The Sweden centre back replaced by Eric Bailly.


John Fleck

Sheffield United midfielder John Fleck fell to the ground during his team’s game at Reading and had to be taken off on a stretcher after receiving lengthy treatment and being given an oxygen mask.


The 30-year-old Scottish international “went down unchallenged before team-mates quickly waved medics on,” reports BBC News.

Fleck was taken to hospital where he is said to be in good condition.


The player becomes yet another unfortunate addition to a lengthy list of footballers and other top athletes who have suddenly collapsed on the field of play in recent months.


Adam Traore

FC Sheriff’s Adama Traore fell to the ground clutching his chest and was immediately substituted during their Champions League tie with Real Madrid last month.


The 26-year-old turned around as the ball went out for a throw-in, before clutching his chest and falling to the ground. He was attended to quickly by club medics who used smelling salts in order to try and activate the player’s senses.

Traore remained breathing throughout the ordeal.


He was seen shaking his head in response to questions by the medics and was eventually raised to a sitting position before being helped off the field and back to the dressing room.


However, despite many people trying to link Traore’s collapse to the vaccine, Doctors Professor Guido Pieles, a sports cardiologist at the Institute of Sport, Exercise and Health, said: “At present, I would say this is still a coincidence. I don’t think we can say this is suddenly increasing,” when speaking after the incident.



FIFA Denial

A spokesperson from FIFA said it is not aware of a rise in cardiac arrests in football players, and fans, and has received no reports of any cases being linked to Covid vaccinations. (Only 108 FIFA player deaths so far)


The spokesperson told Reuters: “FIFA is not aware of a rise in episodes of cardiac arrests as indicated in your email and no cases have been flagged in relation to individuals receiving a COVID vaccine.


“Generally speaking, FIFA is in regular contact with leading research centres and experts to do research on a variety of medical topics.”


Hopefully, as more data becomes available, any possible link between these young athletes and the vaccine will either be disproved or become significant enough to warrant further investigation.


Whatever the cause, we can all agree that we don’t want to see any more of our favourite sports stars collapsing on the pitch.


Meanwhile, according to a report by Dr. Yaffa Shir-Raz, there has been a “5-fold increase in sudden cardiac deaths of FIFA players in 2021.


Global Problem

This isn’t happening just in England or Spain. It’s happening all over the world where vaccines are being pushed and players are told get the jab or you can’t play.


There is a lot of reason to be concerned about the connection between the jab and all these heart attacks in YOUNG, ATHLETIC, HEALTHY people.


Germany

A major German newspaper Berliner Zeitung recently published a report seeking to answer why an “unusually large number of professional and amateur soccer players have collapsed recently.”

The article listed a large number of recent cases of footballers who have had heart problems or collapsed on the field, in some cases leading to death.


Fans

Sadly though, it is not just footballers that have been collapsing, but also football fans in the stadiums.


  • Chelsea’s visit to Vicarage Road was suspended for more than half an hour on Wednesday, December 1 when a fan collapsed after suffering a heart attack.

  • Minutes later, Southampton’s meeting with Leicester City was also suspended as a fan received medical attention in the stands.

  • On October 17, a Newcastle fan collapsed during his teams Premier League match against Tottenham at St James Park. Medics in the crowd rushed to help Alan George Smith, 80, after he suffered a cardiac arrest.

  • On November 8, a fan was stretchered out of the stands during Dagenham & Redbridge’s FA Cup clash with Salford City after suffering a fit at Victoria Road.

  • On October 23, a West Brom supporter collapsed in the West Stand of The Hawthorns during the first half. The man was treated by paramedics and ambulance staff before being placed on a stretcher and taken to hospital.

  • The second half of the same Championship fixture was also delayed when an away fan fell ill and was taken to hospital.

  • On September 29, Coventry City’s match at Luton Town was brought to a halt early in the first half after a Sky Blues fan collapsed at the game. Stewards and paramedics were alerted to the situation and then proceeded to treat the supporter, who was eventually stretchered off to hospital.


It is unclear whether these incidents involving fans at football grounds has any links with the COVID-19 vaccine as the supporter’s vaccine details are not readily available.


Other professional athletes have also recently suffered similar health problems, including 24-year-old Slovak hockey player Boris Sádecký, who tragically died after collapsing on the ice during a match last month.


Womens cricket and Tennis have also witnessed a significant number of covid related injuries and collapses during games.


Is there a link between the COVID-19 vaccine and footballers (and supporters) collapsing? What do you think




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