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Keeping an eye on the heart of football and other sports


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2 hours ago, Anti Facts Sir said:

I can think of some great taglines to help sell FIFA 22

 

"Get to the heart of the game"

"Not for the faint hearted"

"If your heart isn't it, find another job"

 

..and an Italia 90/Worldinmotion retro special edition:

 

"Three defibrillators on my chest".

Chuck in its a real heart in mouth experiance as well

 

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This was posted on another thread. Although the story has been covered by some of the online daily rags, it hasn't been given a mention on the BBC News website, at least as far as I can tell. Per chance, they are trying to avoid covering such stories, if the victim wasn't 'that famous'? During the first wave of Covid, it was headline news, if the 10th placed finisher in the Isle Of Man 'Tiddlywinks Championship' had hurt their little toe.

 

 

https://www.independent.co.uk/sport/olympics/ian-matos-dead-olympics-diving-brazil-b1981219.html

 

'Ian Matos: Olympic diving star dies aged 32.'

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A little different but English chess GM Nigel Short is in hospital suffering with covid, pneumonia like symptoms, problems with the lung and all that. 

 

Looking at his twitter he’s tested positive a couple of times but just minor symptoms I think. Then this time hospitalised and he describes blood draining from his brain, tested positive for covid, he’s in a bad way but recovering thankfully. All this sometime after the AZ jab though 🤷‍♂️ Must mean it’s working. 

 

Surely hes got to be wondering how hes caught covid so many times in such a short space, and hospitalised if the jabs ‘worked’. 

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On 12/24/2021 at 6:19 AM, Seeker said:

A little different but English chess GM Nigel Short is in hospital suffering with covid, pneumonia like symptoms, problems with the lung and all that. 

 

Looking at his twitter he’s tested positive a couple of times but just minor symptoms I think. Then this time hospitalised and he describes blood draining from his brain, tested positive for covid, he’s in a bad way but recovering thankfully. All this sometime after the AZ jab though 🤷‍♂️ Must mean it’s working. 

 

Surely hes got to be wondering how hes caught covid so many times in such a short space, and hospitalised if the jabs ‘worked’. 

 

On 12/23/2021 at 3:03 PM, numnuts said:

This was posted on another thread. Although the story has been covered by some of the online daily rags, it hasn't been given a mention on the BBC News website, at least as far as I can tell. Per chance, they are trying to avoid covering such stories, if the victim wasn't 'that famous'? During the first wave of Covid, it was headline news, if the 10th placed finisher in the Isle Of Man 'Tiddlywinks Championship' had hurt their little toe.

 

 

https://www.independent.co.uk/sport/olympics/ian-matos-dead-olympics-diving-brazil-b1981219.html

 

'Ian Matos: Olympic diving star dies aged 32.'

I've said it before but the focus on 'Covid' and especially the bogus Covid testing is likely leading to misdiagnosis of potentially life threatening community acquired pneumonia, especially bacterial, which if not treated promptly can cause complications and death even in otherwise young and healthy people.

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There was some headline or other a few weeks back in the sports pages of the Daily Mail, saying 1 in 275 (I think?) players have an undiagnosed heart condition which could prove fatal. Hmmm.

 

Sounds like a cover story to me to pre-empt what will happen from the jabs. And more than 1 in 275 players out there are going to collapse anyway.

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Next years world cup in qatar will be interesting.

 

The combination of these three things

1) Being vaxxed

2) Being targeted with non lethal weapons to stop you fully functioning as a player

3) The blistering heat of qatar at that time of year, and the added stress that will do to a players heart

 

Although its likely i will not be watching as i do not anymore. Next years world cup, is a big worry for teams you can be sure, as they see all these players collapsing.

 

Although the cold can also cause stress to the heart, i doubt it will be as harsh as when you playing soccer in extreme blistering heat, like qatar will be, next year for world cup.

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Game at Watford (versus Spurs) stopped - another medical emergency in the crowd.

 

Arms waving all over the place as the fans around the stricken fan beckoned the players to stop.

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Maybe soon they'll change Final Score to keep a tally of how many players/fans from each team suffered a "medical episode".

 

Watford 1, Tottenham 0.

Cambridge Utd 1, Portsmouth 0.

Burnley P Aston Villa P (match called off due to Omicron).

 

etc.

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