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3 hours ago, Shy Talk said:

The Spanish squad reportedly had them as recently as Friday, which I'm definitely calling as BS. I still don't believe top professionals would be pumped with something like this, especially so close to a big tournament. Not only for the obvious reason that it may have a detrimental impact on your performance (even the pharma companies admit that) but also due to the fact they are subject to drug testing (does anyone really know the full ingredients?). Doesn't add up, so I expect it's nothing to do with a vax. 

Maybe this is why no players from Real Madrid were chosen for the Spain squad, which drew some headlines...perhaps someone at the club objected to the proposed jabs and the manager left them out?

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1 hour ago, Shy Talk said:

Where did I say it hadn't been going on before Covid? It's clearly been going on for decades. The bottom line is I don't think they would show their hand this early on a global TV stage that they couldn't fudge. In two weeks' time it may look different, but I stand by the opinion they need their sportsmen healthy for now as a distraction.

 

 

There's also the angle that this harrowing event, live on TV, helps keep the narrative about health/life/death/danger at the front of everyday discussion and media coverage. Within a day of the Euro2020 starting, we are subjected to this kind of mental/emotional trauma and the resulting vibrations this will inevitably give off.

 

I just hope it wasn't staged in any way, or manipulated to achieve some ulterior agenda. 

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The ridiculous thing about this tournament is for the first time it's not hosted by one country like all the other sporting event such as olympics and world cups, Games are played all over the continent. Whole teams of men flying around europe during this so called pandemic, high fiveing and spitting and hugging each other, whilst we can't even stand up inside a pub or go about our daily business.

 

 

 

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CHRIST-ian raises from the dead. Is this the trigger to awaken the masses (wishful thinking!). 

 

I found it very upsetting because its not very nice way to go in front of millions watching live especially the paramedics trying to revive him with his wife on pitch side and god knows what his children went through. Hope he returns to good health, today is a reminder for most folks that you never know when your last breath is. Hug your loved ones and get it with the show of beating evil. 

 

 

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11 hours ago, BioticBot said:


Couldnt find anything related. But, Spain manager apparently 'concerned' over his squad being vaxed by the Army three days befor opeining match.

 

Seems quite a few teams have been, but certainly not all. So still an open question:

 

https://football-italia.net/castellacci-why-arent-all-euro-2020-teams-vaccinated/amp/

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7 hours ago, Golden Retriever said:

 

What a stupid thing to do. Many people have side effects from vaccines. Expect an early exit from Spain.

 

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It does seem quite a few teams have been jabbed, but not clear which, though we know about Spain.

 

https://football-italia.net/castellacci-why-arent-all-euro-2020-teams-vaccinated/amp/

 

May be this could inform a small sports wager.

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This is interesting as it specifically talks about the Danish Squad and vaccines.

 

https://www.explica.co/danish-coach-criticizes-uefa-for-not-having-vaccinated-all-teams.html

 

Not a slam dunk, as it suggests at the end of the article that Denmark gave jabs in age order rather than priority to sports people, and many players will have been  in other countries.

But certainly a strong vaccine ethos.

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i find it quite funny that back in Feb/March 2020 we were treated to Chinamen collapsing on the floor and dying fakeness

 

after the jib jab we are watching multiple people collapsing / fainting / brainfarting for real on live tv

 

strange existence atm

 

 

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56 minutes ago, zArk said:

i find it quite funny that back in Feb/March 2020 we were treated to Chinamen collapsing on the floor and dying fakeness

 

after the jib jab we are watching multiple people collapsing / fainting / brainfarting for real on live tv

 

strange existence atm

 

 

 

Yeah my gut feeling is this will be used as leverage by the media to make everyone scared of the vindaflu even more. 


''If its taking down professional football players then we are alll gonnnaaaa dieeeeee argghhhhhhHH, GUBBERMINT HAVE MY FREEDOMS - KEEP ME SAFE''

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10 hours ago, Macnamara said:

But that isn't the point of big money, corporate, globalised football.

 

Also consider the possibility, that if certain teams players have been jabbed, and it has an effect on their overall performance, perhaps it is now less likely that one of the big 'favourites' will win this tournament, and maybe we'll see a country with longer 'odds' achieve a 'stunning win'. A more subtle form of 'match fixing'?

 

What I'm saying is that there is lots of money to be made through betting and gambling on football matches, certainly if one has insider knowledge.

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5 hours ago, Sensiblejoe said:

CHRIST-ian raises from the dead. Is this the trigger to awaken the masses (wishful thinking!). 

The name occurred to me too. And now the morning papers talk of a "miracle" on the pitch.

 

Very suspicious.

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28 minutes ago, Grumpy Owl said:

Also consider the possibility, that if certain teams players have been jabbed, and it has an effect on their overall performance, perhaps it is now less likely that one of the big 'favourites' will win this tournament, and maybe we'll see a country with longer 'odds' achieve a 'stunning win'. A more subtle form of 'match fixing'?

 

the cabal don't need to profit from match fixing

 

they already have all the worlds wealth after the 2008 bank bailouts and after this covid lockdown restructuring of the global economy

 

They are not motivated by profit and will likely create a new economic paradigm as part of their 'great reset'

 

No i think they just want to jab as many people as possible and that will include any sports people who are not part of the occult club

 

If anyone keels over during a sports match they will just spin it and say that they have a 'coronavirus variant' and the public who WANT to believe that WILL

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8 minutes ago, Macnamara said:

the cabal don't need to profit from match fixing

no, but it keeps the minions happy and onboard with the program if money is to be made and no-one asks questions

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Just now, zArk said:

no, but it keeps the minions happy and onboard with the program if money is to be made and no-one asks questions

 

would be interesting if this guys condition turns out to be down to blood clots hey?

 

have we had any confirmation of whether or not this guy got the covid jab?

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35 minutes ago, Macnamara said:

 

have we had any confirmation of whether or not this guy got the covid jab?

 

Not that I've seen yet. 

Lots of speculation about most of the football clubs pushing the idea of 'vaxxines good'.

And some teams have vaxxinated their players, but nothing solid on this player. 

Truth will out.. 

Sooner better than later IMO. 

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There's a Tweet from someone saying he had the Pfizer jab on 29th May as was reported on some radio station - but then lower down in the comments, the radio station refute it.

 

(Can't seem to pick up the link to it for some reason).

 

Whether the initial assertion is disinformation or not, if a cover up is underway, we won't know unless his family or team mates speak up. Who knows whether bribery & death threats would  prevent that happening?

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His teammate Arturo Vidal had the shot on the 31st of May as is evidenced on his Twitter feed. It seems likely the whole team would have been jabbed at the same time, though it doesn't prove this beyond a shadow of doubt. I have also heard that Denmark won't allow travel out of the country without the vaxx, so..

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6 hours ago, Macnamara said:

 

would be interesting if this guys condition turns out to be down to blood clots hey?

 

have we had any confirmation of whether or not this guy got the covid jab?

 

The US is looking into Pfizer over heart issues in younger people.

 

https://www.reuters.com/business/healthcare-pharmaceuticals/us-cdc-investigating-heart-problem-few-young-vaccine-recipients-nyt-2021-05-22/

 

 

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5 hours ago, Basket Case said:

 

Not that I've seen yet. 

Lots of speculation about most of the football clubs pushing the idea of 'vaxxines good'.

And some teams have vaxxinated their players, but nothing solid on this player. 

Truth will out.. 

Sooner better than later IMO. 

 

This article is denying any link whilst whilst showing Tweets claiming there is:

 

https://www.101greatgoals.com/news/lies-spread-linking-christian-eriksen-collapse-to-covid-19-vaccinations-danish-italian-press-fight-back/amp/

 

The truth will out eventually.

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Christian Eriksen: Denmark midfielder suffered cardiac arrest, says team doctor

Christian Eriksen

Christian Eriksen suffered a cardiac arrest when he collapsed in Denmark's Euro 2020 match against Finland, said Danish team doctor Morten Boesen.

Earlier, officials said the midfielder was stable in hospital and had sent his greetings to his national team-mates.

Eriksen collapsed shortly before half-time in Denmark's opening Euro 2020 game against Finland on Saturday.

"He was gone. We did cardiac resuscitation, it was a cardiac arrest," said Boesen.

"How close were we to losing him? I don't know, but we got him back after one defib [defibrillation] so that's quite fast.

"The examinations that have been done so far look fine. We don't have an explanation to why it happened."

The 29-year-old Inter Milan player had emergency medical treatment on the pitch before being taken to hospital.

From: https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/57458630

 

In my opinion, if there is any correlation between him having had the vaccine and having a heart attack on the pitch, then theoretically this won't just be one of those 'random one-offs' as with Fabrice Muamba and Marc-Vivien Foe before.

I hope this doesn't happen though.

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2 minutes ago, Basket Case said:
Just now, Grumpy Owl said:

Christian Eriksen: Denmark midfielder suffered cardiac arrest, says team doctor

Christian Eriksen

Christian Eriksen suffered a cardiac arrest when he collapsed in Denmark's Euro 2020 match against Finland, said Danish team doctor Morten Boesen.

Earlier, officials said the midfielder was stable in hospital and had sent his greetings to his national team-mates.

Eriksen collapsed shortly before half-time in Denmark's opening Euro 2020 game against Finland on Saturday.

"He was gone. We did cardiac resuscitation, it was a cardiac arrest," said Boesen.

"How close were we to losing him? I don't know, but we got him back after one defib [defibrillation] so that's quite fast.

"The examinations that have been done so far look fine. We don't have an explanation to why it happened."

The 29-year-old Inter Milan player had emergency medical treatment on the pitch before being taken to hospital.

From: https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/57458630

 

In my opinion, if there is any correlation between him having had the vaccine and having a heart attack on the pitch, then theoretically this won't just be one of those 'random one-offs' as with Fabrice Muamba and Marc-Vivien Foe before.

I hope this doesn't happen though.

 

 

This is pretty much what we were discussing on here last night. I agree - he probably won't be the only player to suffer in the next month if they genuinely have been vaccinated. However, there'd be degrees of suffering - bad head, rash etc, plus we only get to see them on the pitch for 90mins, along with some pre-game warm-up. God knows how much they could cover-up if stuff happens behind the scenes. Surprise omissions from starting line-ups would be a sign that some teams have actually taken the crap, although I'm dubious any would for reasons I mentioned yesterday.

 

Someone just mentioned on the Corona thread that top sportsmen, teams etc are probably hand in glove with their govts in pushing the Vax and that seems the likeliest scenario - ie you don't have to take it but we would like the public to think you have.

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This isn't the first time a football player collapses on the pitch. There was Foë, the Cameroon player in 2003. He died. Then there were Dutch players in more recent years, and now Eriksen. Probably more players.

 

I'm not sure I've heard about this issue in other sports. In football they do make a lot of sudden uncontrolled moves. The nature of the game is less structured than say tennis or swimming. Maybe it's something to do with that.. IDK.

 

I heard he wasn't vaxxed.

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Was awful to watch glad he is doing well. Going to watch some of the football when i have time to take my mind off the world. 

 

 Not sure about all the vaccine stuff but its worth pondering and it wouldn't surprise me. Think he actually died for a few minutes. 

 

But what does speak volumes in terms of reading the psychic weather and the social engineering with football.

 

Now we have got all the ex pros and managers coming out and saying "oh i cried when i saw that". Now i am not trying to come off as a prick, and i can understand especially fellow pros and managers and those that have worked in football being upset, and anyone else for that matter nobody likes to see someone collaspe like that unless they were a psychopath. 

 

And i appreciate the team mates a lot of them would be young lads are going to be distraught. They handled it brilliantly. 

 

But whats telling is their willingness to tell the world publically as men "i was in tears!". This is narcissism and virtue signalling and it really shows you how we are as men being trained to be weak as far as i am concerned.

 

Its kind of where we are with everything including masks. Everyone seems desperate to be kind and seen as being respectful. Rather than with honour. "Be the man that doesn't cry at funerals" springs to mind. 

 

Even leg breaks are quite upsetting. I remember watching aaron ramsey get stretchered off with his leg hanging off at a funny angle. Not nice. 

 

I'm genuinely not trying to be dick i am emotional i well up quite a lot a myself but its nothing to be proud about really. Times change but after seeing PM Johnsons insane comments about gender neautral, then seeing alex scott and all the rest of the usual suspects virtue signalling and making it all about them its just toxic. 

 

 

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Toyally agree, @Fluke - the BBC yesterday evening was an embarrassment. First they fail to cut away from the live feed during the incident, then their studio section post-match was bizarre and overly-emotional and just trailed off without a proper finish, and to top it all off they over-react to criticism of that earlier handling of the match by cancelling three hours worth of football programmes later that night. 

 

And because everybody was clearly overcome with grief and feeling fragile, they show a very violent film instead. Makes sense.

 

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