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    Kevin Gourdon just announced his sudden retirement from professional rugby after suffering a heart problem. Shortly before this he had signed a two year contract extension with La Rochelle, a top French professional club. Gourdon was a loyal stalwart of La Rochelle having first signed for them in 2012. He was also capped 19 times for France, an exceptional talent seen here playing for Les Bleus against the All Blacks.



    More of this unfortunate news can be read via the following link.

    http://www.rugbypass.com/news/brutal...chelle-france/

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    https://www.thescottishsun.co.uk/spo...box=1640512198

    Algerian footballer Sofiane Lokar aged 30, has died while suffering a reported heart attack on the pitch while playing a match on Christmas Day.

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    https://www.thescottishsun.co.uk/spo...ttack-croatia/

    Marin Caric, Croatian defender aged 23, dies just days after collapsing during a training session.

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    Clearly footballers and athletes are being held to ransom....illegally coerced to take an experimental injection and they are paying the price - they don't want to give up their careers and now those who haven't already collapsed or died but took the jab, (which is probably most of them) must be feeling alarmed and scared of what might happen to them --- those who have been disabled by the experimental procedure and cannot take part in their sport anymore should - surely - be able to sue someone, some organization for loss of earnings....?.... at the very least...

    likewise anyone injured by the jab who can't work any more..... but who will take responsibility because all those involved in the heavy persuasion seem to be able to pass the buck...

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    • In The Past 5 Days, 3 Football Players Have Died Of A Heart Attack

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    Three young footballers have died of a heart attack in the past five days . It concerns the Croat Marin Cacic, Mukhaled Al-Raqadi from Oman and Soufiane Lokar from Algeria.


    Croatian footballer Marin Cacic, 23, died on December 23, three days after collapsing during training and then being placed in an artificial coma. He was hospitalized with heart failure. Cacic played for NK Nehaj Sinj, Isernia FC and NK Trnje Zagreb, among others.


    Oman international Mukhaled Al-Raqadi died on December 22 after collapsing during warm-up. The 29-year-old Muscat Club defender suffered a heart attack and was taken to hospital by ambulance.


    Algerian star footballer Sofiane Lokar (30) suffered a heart attack during the match on Christmas Day and died . He fell to the ground in the 35th minute.

    Never before have so many football players collapsed or died on the field. On average, nine football players who of a heart attack every year. This year there are already 18, twice as many.


    Former professional football player Matt Le Tissier previously called for an investigation. He said he never saw a player with heart problems during his career.
    No need to follow anyone, only consider broadening (y)our horizon of possibilities ...

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    speculation to follow.....

    this is getting very horrible now.... the young footballers dying of heart attacks or having heart problems...

    when playing a game they are running around for 90 minutes (with the 15 min break at half time) often besides moving most of the time they accelerate on and off - some times really pushing themselves to the limit on and off... now this isn't a nice thought but I am thinking about graphene hydroxide and what that might be doing to them if it is in the injections... I say IF but the suspicion is enough that this section is in the case filed to the International Criminal Court on behalf of the people of the UK... earlier in December...

    https://www.docdroid.com/WUjv6iw/icc...7-1-pdf#page=7

    point 10 - page 7

    Quote Graphene hydroxideDr Andreas Noack is a German chemist and one of the EU’s top graphene experts, carbonexpert and doctored in the field of activated carbon whereby for his doctoral thesis heconverted graphene oxide into graphene hydroxide. Professor Dr Pablo Campra comes fromthe university of Almeria, and alongside Dr Andreas Noack he examined the covid ‘vaccines’for the presence of graphene oxide with the Micro-Raman Spectroscopy, the study offrequencies. According to both doctors, the vaccines don’t contain graphene oxide but docontain graphene hydroxide.


    On November 23, 2021, Dr Andreas Noack released a videoexplaining what graphene hydroxide is and how the nano structures injected into the humanbody act as ‘razor blades’ inside the veins of ‘vaccine’ recipients. Dr Andreas goes on toexplain how due to the nano size of the graphene oxide structures they would not show up onan autopsy as toxicologists can’t imagine that there are structures that can cut up bloodvessels causing people to bleed to death on the inside so they would not be looking for them,given their atomic size. 11On 18th November 2020 Dr Andreas Noack was on a ‘livestream’ on YouTube discussing thedangers of the Covid-19 ‘vaccines’ when he was arrested on camera by armed German police(Appendix 41). On 26th November 2021, just hours after publishing his latest video aboutgraphene oxide and graphene hydroxide (Appendix 42) he was attacked and murdered.12We request a full investigation be done into the inclusion of Graphene hydroxide in theCovid-19 ‘vaccines’ and into the assassination of Dr Andreas Noack.

    now if this is correct about graphene hydroxide - then billions of nano sized 'razor blades' could be circulating their blood stream and the more they exert themselves the more the blood will move round - and the more damage the nano sized 'razor blades' will do - in comparison with someone who doesn't run around like that - in near constant movement with intense bursts... the damage could be in the heart itself - or in the veins and arteries - or all areas - but the acute damage would show up as heart problems one way or another...

    ????

    God bless these young footballers and their families suffering the heartbreak of losing them -
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    I have been playing football for many years myself, and under extreme heat during many occasions. I have never, ever saw anyone collapse from a heart failure during a match, or training and never saw any player asked to leave the pitch due to cardiac issues or feeling dangerously ill at ease.

    Professional footballers are basically being bullied not to say anything or lose their "job". Football has become a huge business, and they can't let it become threatened. there have been speculations about playing Boxing Day matches or not due to the rise of covid cases, and it was putting players in danger and all the tutti quanti that goes with it.
    Some matches are being cancelled but others are being played, business as usual. As I type, another match is being played.

    Welcome to a world of total hypocrisy and fuzzy logic.

    Eventually what we will be looking at is that players will be barely running, accelerating, pushing their body harder on the pitch for fear of "getting" it.

    Football might become a different sport altogether
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    Not exactly a professional athlete, but a 12 year old kid who played football for an Austrian U13 team, dies suddenly two weeks after the vaccine.



    A bit more info here, mostly in Greek, photos in German.

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    And yet no one will say anything and will find just it OK.

    I am not sure if I am equally angry as I am sad. This has to stop.
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    Quote Argentine football player Diego Armando Montiel complained earlier this year about adverse symptoms after having received the COVID-19 vaccine.

    Montiel, who made his debut in Argentina’s top football league in 2014, wrote on social media in August this year that he would “never get vaccinated again”, implying that he was suffering from symptoms after having his COVID jab.

    A Spanish speaker offered us the following translation of his tweet:

    “I am at the point of killing myself. I will never get vaccinated again.”
    That was in August 2021. A few days ago "Montiel was admitted to hospital in his hometown of Santo Tomé on Saturday after suddenly falling ill with fulminant meningitis, a high mortality brain condition that causes sudden illness and kills quickly due to fluid pressure on the brain". He died two days ago.

    https://thecovidworld.com/argentine-...id-19-vaccine/

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    Quote Posted by SpookyMulder (here)
    I have been playing football for many years myself, and under extreme heat during many occasions. I have never, ever saw anyone collapse from a heart failure during a match, or training and never saw any player asked to leave the pitch due to cardiac issues or feeling dangerously ill at ease.

    Professional footballers are basically being bullied not to say anything or lose their "job". Football has become a huge business, and they can't let it become threatened. there have been speculations about playing Boxing Day matches or not due to the rise of covid cases, and it was putting players in danger and all the tutti quanti that goes with it.
    Some matches are being cancelled but others are being played, business as usual. As I type, another match is being played.

    Welcome to a world of total hypocrisy and fuzzy logic.

    Eventually what we will be looking at is that players will be barely running, accelerating, pushing their body harder on the pitch for fear of "getting" it.

    Football might become a different sport altogether
    Many players (and people) who are "vaccinated" are not actually vaccinated, by the way. We don't even know how bad the statistics would be if they were. It's very easy to pretend to be vaccinated, especially if you have enough money to pay some dipsh!t a few quid to squirt their needle into a donut instead of your arm.... I probably shouldn't even be saying this here. For what it's worth, I'm vaccinated, if you know what I mean. The point is, I wonder how bad these numbers would be if many of these so-called vaccinated athletes were actually vaccinated.... By the way, everyone is getting Covid now. Like, how is this not ridiculous beyond measure????!!!!!!

    They say the vaccine reduces symptoms when you get the virus.... But when you have a resting heart-rate of 40bpm and you're 27 years old with 7% bodyfat, maybe your body can handle the virus effectively, without the needle?...

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    1212is24,

    I read your long post about Tuchel and Klopp and I agree completely with most of what you are saying, but remember, at least both said getting the jab should not be compulsary.

    I can't tell you how sad it makes me that my favourite manager actually promotes the jab, but I think he is basically clueless when it comes to politics (he also said Merkel had done a good job for Germany) . He has no idea what is going on. Not sure whether or not that's really true, but I would like to believe it is.

    The Kimmich situation is still very weird. He was getting so much hate, caused by constant news coverage of his point of view that he may well get the jab. Nobody knows for sure whether he has had it by now or not. His club stated he would not get paid during the time he had to stay in quarantine (that's over 700,000 Euros by now), then he got Covid, has now recovered and has six months' time to decide what he will do now. Gnabry is in a similar situation.

    One thing though, would you please not tar us all with the same brush? We are not all the same. I don't want to derail this thread, but it does bother me.


    Back to football:

    I first thought there was a connection when the whole football world including me was watching a player collapse on the field in the European Cup and afterwards it was not allowed to ask the covid question anywhere. I noticed there was a flat denial from that player's club almost immediately.
    I noticed a commentator was cut off midsentence when he asked it, I noticed a thread on another forum asking the jab question got closed almost immediately, I noticed a screenshot disappearing that showed the date and brand of that particular player's injection. No idea whether that screenshot was fake or not, it just became clear, very quickly, that all questions were being blocked and there was nothing but denial from the clubs. It also very much looked like people who asked the jab question were being threatened with lawsuits.

    When Kun Agüero collapsed and it was in the press he had heart problems and would probably not be able to play anymore, Barca's first reaction was to deny any knowledge of anything. Now Christian Erikson's contract has been terminated by Inter and hardly anybody speaks about it.

    I find it gut-wrenching to watch football now, so I don't. You never know who will be next. Lots of clubs claim all their players are jabbed. In Liverpool all of them are, as are all the staff. It's just a question of time until another high-profile footballer collapses or even drops dead.

    Hopefully, this will wake more and more people up.

    I once read an essay by George Orwell with the headline "Sport is war minus the shooting" and now that I know how the world works I can only say he was right.
    The PTB get almost as much negative energy out of it as they do from war (also cf. Freixedo)., that's why sport, especially football, is organized so efficiently.

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    Quote Posted by Icare (here)
    1212is24,

    I read your long post about Tuchel and Klopp and I agree completely with most of what you are saying, but remember, at least both said getting the jab should not be compulsary.

    I can't tell you how sad it makes me that my favourite manager actually promotes the jab, but I think he is basically clueless when it comes to politics (he also said Merkel had done a good job for Germany) . He has no idea what is going on. Not sure whether or not that's really true, but I would like to believe it is.

    The Kimmich situation is still very weird. He was getting so much hate, caused by constant news coverage of his point of view that he may well get the jab. Nobody knows for sure whether he has had it by now or not. His club stated he would not get paid during the time he had to stay in quarantine (that's over 700,000 Euros by now), then he got Covid, has now recovered and has six months' time to decide what he will do now. Gnabry is in a similar situation.

    One thing though, would you please not tar us all with the same brush? We are not all the same. I don't want to derail this thread, but it does bother me.


    Back to football:

    I first thought there was a connection when the whole football world including me was watching a player collapse on the field in the European Cup and afterwards it was not allowed to ask the covid question anywhere. I noticed there was a flat denial from that player's club almost immediately.
    I noticed a commentator was cut off midsentence when he asked it, I noticed a thread on another forum asking the jab question got closed almost immediately, I noticed a screenshot disappearing that showed the date and brand of that particular player's injection. No idea whether that screenshot was fake or not, it just became clear, very quickly, that all questions were being blocked and there was nothing but denial from the clubs. It also very much looked like people who asked the jab question were being threatened with lawsuits.

    When Kun Agüero collapsed and it was in the press he had heart problems and would probably not be able to play anymore, Barca's first reaction was to deny any knowledge of anything. Now Christian Erikson's contract has been terminated by Inter and hardly anybody speaks about it.

    I find it gut-wrenching to watch football now, so I don't. You never know who will be next. Lots of clubs claim all their players are jabbed. In Liverpool all of them are, as are all the staff. It's just a question of time until another high-profile footballer collapses or even drops dead.

    Hopefully, this will wake more and more people up.

    I once read an essay by George Orwell with the headline "Sport is war minus the shooting" and now that I know how the world works I can only say he was right.
    The PTB get almost as much negative energy out of it as they do from war (also cf. Freixedo)., that's why sport, especially football, is organized so efficiently.
    I do apologise. I admit I have some kind of 'issue' with the German psyche, but I also think Germans are generally amazing people who I adore deeply. I just find it frustrating when I am being told by many of my German friends, and seeing many Germans in the public eye, basically telling me how I am an idiot because I am not following the same script. It's subtle, a lot of the time. By the way, this is not just about Germans either... It is everywhere. I just happen to notice it more with Germans, I guess, because I am closer to them than most other nationalities. I shouldn't generalise so much though, you are right. I am genuinely sorry for the tone I had. I know I used it in another thread too. I'll work on it.

    Eriksen's situation is weird because he is not allowed to play in Italy because of a law they have there about the thing he had inserted. It's probably different in other places (I have no idea which ones).

    I remember some years ago this guy in Australia did well playing for Sydney FC and he joined a Spanish club, but they discovered a heart issue in his medical. He was upset that it had not already been detected in Australia. Maybe that's fair enough.
    https://www.theguardian.com/football...r-heart-issues

    It will become awkward now, as you say, because we are obviously going to see more issues with players.... I notice Lindelof has not played for Manchester United since being subbed off against Norwich, but he's conveniently tested positive for Covid yesterday... It will be interesting to see what happens.
    https://www.manutd.com/en/news/detai...e-for-covid-19

    I really hope nothing happens, by the way. I hope there are no more players dropping from this. The whole thing really makes me sad. I don't know what to say any more. People around me have all the answers about why I am wrong. It's very frustrating.

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    https://insiderpaper.com/marcos-mena...-heart-attack/



    Marcos Menaldo dead: Guatemalan football player dies after suffering heart attack during training

    Marcos Menaldo, a Guatemalan football player, died on Monday morning after collapsing during a training session at the Marquesa de la Ensenada Stadium in San Marcos.

    Menaldo, who turned 25 in December, was training with his team Marquense, the First Division champions, when he collapsed due to a heart attack, according to Guatemalan sources.

    The Deportivo Marquense defender complained of breathing difficulties during a training session in preparation for the new season, according to The Sun.

    Menaldo was rushed to the hospital, but he died.

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    Quote Posted by Sérénité (here)
    https://insiderpaper.com/marcos-mena...-heart-attack/



    Marcos Menaldo dead: Guatemalan football player dies after suffering heart attack during training

    Marcos Menaldo, a Guatemalan football player, died on Monday morning after collapsing during a training session at the Marquesa de la Ensenada Stadium in San Marcos.

    Menaldo, who turned 25 in December, was training with his team Marquense, the First Division champions, when he collapsed due to a heart attack, according to Guatemalan sources.

    The Deportivo Marquense defender complained of breathing difficulties during a training session in preparation for the new season, according to The Sun.

    Menaldo was rushed to the hospital, but he died.
    Yes of course they do not want people to know of these deaths, but people will.

    Of course the football players themselves will know.

    Imagine being one of those players who had taken the shot? Like SpookyMulder posted above, this could change the sport dramatically - in fact, I wouldn't be surprised if more games were cancelled due to conflicts from players about this subject.

    I would of course be upset as I love the game and watch every game that I have time for.

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    Imagine being one of those players who had taken the shot?
    I have wondered how players are feeling as more and more of the teams have players fall out while practicing/playing? Are there many left who have not had the jabs?

    If it were me, I would have a major crisis when I realized that something like a bomb is in my system. That is, assuming people can realize that possibility? So sad. The thing I notice too when I look at people's pictures, the seeming best looking fit and vibrant young people... not just the players but SO MANY of the people who have died/been injured.

    I read that the most active and fit are at most risk as their bodies are tuned up.

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    Quote Posted by Patient (here)
    Imagine being one of those players who had taken the shot?
    I have wondered how players are feeling as more and more of the teams have players fall out while practicing/playing? Are there many left who have not had the jabs?

    If it were me, I would have a major crisis when I realized that something like a bomb is in my system. That is, assuming people can realize that possibility? So sad. The thing I notice too when I look at people's pictures, the seeming best looking fit and vibrant young people... not just the players but SO MANY of the people who have died/been injured.

    I read that the most active and fit are at most risk as their bodies are tuned up.
    Between Xmas and New Year some big games was called off, they cited covid in the team members.
    I’m pretty sure if we can see this so clearly now, they can too and know there’s a big issue occurring.

    I was wondering are they maybe fitness checking players prior to the match now?
    Monitoring them more closely for any signs and holding them back from matches if there is any cardiac related issues flagging up?

    Imagine the tension in the changing rooms before they go on, wondering is this their last match, last breathe even.
    All the football wages in the world couldn’t ease the burden that many must now be carrying.

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    Well the African confederation cup is in a few days, will anything happen then? It is in Cameroon and darning hot! What will we see, and will some matches or the whole event be cancelled if there is a rise in "issues"?

    Also what about issues with supporters collapsing after others suffer cardiac arrests in the same match!? Cameramen asked not to broadcast while it happened but guess it was to late already: https://www.dailystar.co.uk/sport/fo...rrest-25594921

    Then there is the corrupt World Cup in Qatar (and quite a few others) by the end of this year, with all the background noise around it. Cover-up of foreign workers dying while trying on building stadiums, roads, etc, prices of hotels and places to stay rumoured to be going through the roof, and then some.

    What if health issues continue to rise will they cancel the whole event? Surely FIFA and the likes cannot afford to miss on the hundreds of millions of profits from it.

    I am pretty sure the pro football players know the risks now, at least the ones who have been jabbed and who dare not to speak for fear of being outcasted from their teams. As Sérénité says above, the tension must feel like a sharp knife through ice in those changing rooms or, and, all around events preceding a match day or even on training grounds away from the crowd.
    I have seen life on this planet, and that is exactly why I am looking elsewhere.

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    On New Year’s Eve, elite runner Erik Karlsson crashed during the Sylvesterloppet in Kalmar.

    He was taken to the hospital by ambulance but Erik’s life was not saved.

    Every year on New Year’s Eve, Sylvesterloppet is decided in Kalmar and this year is no exception. But this year it will end in the worst possible way.

    With one kilometer remaining, Högby IF runner Erik Karlsson took the lead and headed for victory. But then Erik was cardiac arrested and the other runners stopped and stopped competing

    https://newsfounded.com/swedeneng/er...s-career-died/

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    Quote Posted by SpookyMulder (here)
    And yet no one will say anything and will find just it OK.

    I am not sure if I am equally angry as I am sad. This has to stop.
    I echo your sentiments.

    Football (soccer) is by far the biggest single global sport involved here and we have yet to hear a single word about an investigation from local community levels right up to UEFA and FIFA.

    So many other sports have also seen their athletes killed, disabled and injured. American football; golf; cycling; running; basketball; tennis; rugby; ice hockey; MMA; triathlon and so on. And still not a single investigative word from any of the governing bodies concerning the well-being of their athletes.

    In UK football at least there are regular incidents now for months and months of supporters in the stadiums collapsing too and the games being stopped until they are attended to by medical staff. The latest one was in Watford, England, just a few days ago.



    Then we get utterly corrupt political fallout deceiving us in other ways too. A classic example of this was the recent Edinburgh v Glasgow rugby game on the 2nd of January. The teams were due to contest the 1872 cup, the oldest derby match in world rugby. Edinburgh's stadium holds 65 000 supporters and the politicking got the match capacity down to 500 supporters, yes 500!. Just to be on the safe side, they said. Finally it was decided to hold the game behind closed doors with no supporters allowed in the stadium at all!!! Whilst all the time you can sit indoors in a bar, drink alcohol and watch sport on tv all day long because it's safe and healthy if the customers follow covid guidelines!

    The good news is this nonsense is waking up more and more people and the numbers in global sport are enormous.

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