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I missed this one that someone posted on another thread. Two players, from the same team, apparently collapsed after a football match in Germany's fourth tier on 3rd December. One right around the time of the final whistle and the other in the changing rooms after the match. Some of the squad 'tested' positive for Covid, a month or so prior though, which is now being blamed as the likely culprit. This would be pre-Omicron though, wouldn't it? Ha ha ha ha ha. 

 

 

https://news.in-24.com/news/348676.html

 

'Shock in the regional league: two players from Berlin AK collapse after the final whistle – football.'

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On 10/31/2021 at 12:22 AM, ar55 said:

They’re going to have to shutdown football at this rate, as they did in the first lockdown. Such coverage will do major damage.

 

It looks like that might happen now, at least for a few weeks. And here is another case I wasn't aware of, from back in August. At least some of them might qualify for a £120k one-off payment, if they literally don't die on the pitch. I wonder how much Aguero was earning per annum, when also taking endorsements in to account. 

 

 

https://www.theguardian.com/football/2021/aug/22/fabrice-nsakala-besiktas-collapse

 

'Fabrice N’Sakala of Besiktas recovering in hospital after on-field collapse.'

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I wonder if they will try to postpone the football, it’s so obvious that something wrong is going on with players dropping multiple times a week. The elephant in the living room is clearly the jab. So they have started to do daily tests on players now, more tests means more false positives, and an excuse to postpone it, before the sheep figure it out. Although it doesn’t solve anything, as the problems will carry on when they come back, just delaying the inevitable 

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36 minutes ago, Seeker said:

I wonder if they will try to postpone the football, it’s so obvious that something wrong is going on with players dropping multiple times a week. The elephant in the living room is clearly the jab. So they have started to do daily tests on players now, more tests means more false positives, and an excuse to postpone it, before the sheep figure it out. Although it doesn’t solve anything, as the problems will carry on when they come back, just delaying the inevitable 

 

Yes, but their booster programme, which will end in January, will at least be more effective without God knows how many sportspeople keeling over on live TV. This is especially the case at Christmastime. 

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41 minutes ago, Seeker said:

I wonder if they will try to postpone the football, it’s so obvious that something wrong is going on with players dropping multiple times a week. The elephant in the living room is clearly the jab. So they have started to do daily tests on players now, more tests means more false positives, and an excuse to postpone it, before the sheep figure it out. Although it doesn’t solve anything, as the problems will carry on when they come back, just delaying the inevitable 

 

Yep, it'll be put on hold again, but probably via some new restriction or other than means it cannot carry on due to numbers of people attending, the players'  reactions to the jab and all of that won't be mentioned.

 

Briefly put the snooker on last night, and Neil Robertson - the top player from Oz - had to pull out of matches for the past few weeks due to "tinnitus". When they interviewed him, however, he spoke about being able to hear his heartbeat going crazy in his head and losing balance. Well.....

 

So if he eventually retires, we have a good idea why.

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Aguero retiring before his time brought out all the YouTube SKY Sports subscribers in their hundreds, leaving their comments on how great a player he was. Once they were done the news reached the mainstream who would not be subscribed to a football channel and now the tide is turning in the comments section. I would imagine that the comments section will be taken down by the end of the day.

 

 

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1 hour ago, Anti Facts Sir said:

 

Yep, it'll be put on hold again, but probably via some new restriction or other than means it cannot carry on due to numbers of people attending, the players'  reactions to the jab and all of that won't be mentioned.

 

Briefly put the snooker on last night, and Neil Robertson - the top player from Oz - had to pull out of matches for the past few weeks due to "tinnitus". When they interviewed him, however, he spoke about being able to hear his heartbeat going crazy in his head and losing balance. Well.....

 

So if he eventually retires, we have a good idea why.

 

Damn, Neil's a smart, decent guy. If he took the shot i'll have to revise that opinion. Hope they didn't get to him.

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14 minutes ago, bamboozooka said:

another matt le tissier interview

 

I watched his other interview earlier. very good.

I liked his languid and often genius playing style and I like him more now.

They've already taken his job of him so matt might as well go full on Icke before the media are finished with him.

I think he'd be good at it, I'd support him, I think he's genuine.

 

 

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As this is a football related thread and I am not on any social media platforms so cannot show my appreciation to Matt directly, I would (in the hope Matt may be looking in) just like to show my appreciation here for the work Matt Le Tissier is doing. What a genuine, great bloke. I am not and have never been a huge fan of football so am not influenced if you like, I just think Matt comes across as a calm, genuine person who no doubt is ‘educating’ more sleepers (soon to be known as pin cushions) than he realises. Great work Matt. Together WE WILL win this.

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Players urged to get life destroying drug to stop cases - https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/59702363

 

Cases. None of which remotely life concerning, and they KNOW THIS. And the players KNOW THIS. And the authorities in question KNOW THIS. Could football be the thing that wakes enough people up if they press this? Perhaps, but don't count your breath.

 

Some lovely quotes in there by the esteemed Mr. Klopp. Ooh neutral fans favourite are we sir? Why don't you trot out our latest scheme to kill them sir, wouldn't that be nice?  OOh ya as a German it's in my DNA. "I do my best to encourage them to listen to experts". Yes Mr, Klopp, that's why we listen to those not on the government payroll, alright me ol' mucker? Now take your "gegenpressen" (running after players with the ball - innovative!), and fuck off back to Merkel's teat, you champagne guzzling socialist tit.

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12 hours ago, spideysensei said:

Some lovely quotes in there by the esteemed Mr. Klopp.

 

When the former South Yorkshire Police chief superintendent, David Duckenfield, was asked whether freemasonry may have played a role in all of the Hillsborough covering up that went on over the years, he reassuringly replied 'I do hope not'. I find it very ironic that of all the Premier League clubs Klopp could have been manager of, it was Liverpool. Yes, Liverpool, a club that has been heavily rogered by masonic mass media, law enforcement, political and judicial liars for over 30 years. It's almost like it never happened, when Klopp now parrots the edicts of the lying, senior freemasons, known as Whitty and Vallance. And they are only the tip of the dirty Covid iceberg.  

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22 hours ago, spideysensei said:

Players urged to get life destroying drug to stop cases - https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/59702363

 

Cases. None of which remotely life concerning, and they KNOW THIS. And the players KNOW THIS. And the authorities in question KNOW THIS. Could football be the thing that wakes enough people up if they press this? Perhaps, but don't count your breath.

 

Some lovely quotes in there by the esteemed Mr. Klopp. Ooh neutral fans favourite are we sir? Why don't you trot out our latest scheme to kill them sir, wouldn't that be nice?  OOh ya as a German it's in my DNA. "I do my best to encourage them to listen to experts". Yes Mr, Klopp, that's why we listen to those not on the government payroll, alright me ol' mucker? Now take your "gegenpressen" (running after players with the ball - innovative!), and fuck off back to Merkel's teat, you champagne guzzling socialist tit.

Beautifully put. The guy's a fucking freak. A dangerous one. Ever noticed how players who are prone to injury are treated by him? Heartless prick.

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