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21 hours ago, metak88 said:

 

 

As far as I can tell, no U.K. MSM news outlet gave this story a mention. During my brief period of research, I came across an amusing Youtube video. Now, I would ask everyone reading this thread, who isn't a forum member, to consider something. Couldn't all of this be instantly cleared up, if there was nothing to it? You know, so as to stop all of the 'crazy, conspiracy theories', right in their tracks. The mass media could just list the names of all footballers who have suffered heart problems, since the vaccines were distributed, with details of what vaccines, if any, they received. Sure, they might not be able to get the data on every single player, but they could get the bulk of it, if the desire was there.

 

I would then go on to ask, if this could have been cleared up, then why wasn't it cleared up? We all know the answer to that one, don't we. A clear link between the heart problems and the vaccines would emerge. I would then go on to ask, how many of these social media, keyboard ninja 'deniers', who you see defiling the internet every minute of every day, are asking for such evidence to be published to clear it all up? The answer? Like, none. Why not? Well, that might have something to do with them all working for the 77th Brigade and their ilk. Cheers.

 

 

https://thepeninsulaqatar.com/article/08/01/2022/qsl-match-cancelled-after-footballer-faints-at-the-ground  

 

'QSL match cancelled after footballer faints at the ground.'

 

 

 

 

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I have noticed the 77th brigade on Twitter have been digging back through the years to find ANY reports of footballers collapsing in years gone by.

 

"SEE, TOLD YOU, IT HAPPENS ALL THE TIME, IT'S BECAUSE THE MODERN GAME IS SO INTENSE"

 

The way I see it is;

 

1) If it was COVID, then the MSM would be all over it. There would be no hesitation in telling us so. Seeing as they always report on every player/manager who has caught it. 

 

2) If it was 'Long COVID', again, they would tell us. Allan Saint-Maximin (Newcastle) and Kevin De Bruyne are reported sufferers of 'Long COVID' for example (that's if it's even a real thing). I also find it unlikely that all these highly trained, professional athletes are suffering any 'long haul' symptoms. As we know, it tends to be obese smokers aged 35+ who do.

 

3) "But its because they have played so many games in the past year!". This is another argument that is used,. As there was a shorter break between the 2019-20 & 2020-21 season + the Euros last summer. Be worth checking how many appearances each player who has collapsed has made. Not all of them will of played the same amount of games.

 

4) The increase in incidents directly correlates with the timing of the vaccine rollout in footballers. I remember in October there was a big push to get PL players Vaxxed. The other big leagues in Europe (Italy, France, Germany, Spain) also have a high reported uptake.

 

5) The biggest red flag is the censorship. Anyone who questions it gets shut down immediately on MSM (i.e. Trevor Sinclair on TalkSport). It is getting swept under the carpet as they don't want anything out there that will promote 'vaccine hesitancy'.

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No, there was a normal average of players dying and collapsing.

 

Last year was a five fold increase.

 

So its not a normal thing, that 5 times the average amount of athletes die on field, or sport.

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Tottenham v Chelsea surprising development.... fan needs treatment play suspended

Talksport trying go make out every fan has a tale of medical emergency at a football stadIum from times before Covid. Shame they don't mention they were all different types of emergency as opposed to someones heart giving out. Anyways there lying dicks trying to help a cover up

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On 1/9/2022 at 8:29 PM, Harry Walker said:

I have noticed the 77th brigade on Twitter have been digging back through the years to find ANY reports of footballers collapsing in years gone by.

 

"SEE, TOLD YOU, IT HAPPENS ALL THE TIME, IT'S BECAUSE THE MODERN GAME IS SO INTENSE"

 

The way I see it is;

 

1) If it was COVID, then the MSM would be all over it. There would be no hesitation in telling us so. Seeing as they always report on every player/manager who has caught it. 

 

2) If it was 'Long COVID', again, they would tell us. Allan Saint-Maximin (Newcastle) and Kevin De Bruyne are reported sufferers of 'Long COVID' for example (that's if it's even a real thing). I also find it unlikely that all these highly trained, professional athletes are suffering any 'long haul' symptoms. As we know, it tends to be obese smokers aged 35+ who do.

 

3) "But its because they have played so many games in the past year!". This is another argument that is used,. As there was a shorter break between the 2019-20 & 2020-21 season + the Euros last summer. Be worth checking how many appearances each player who has collapsed has made. Not all of them will of played the same amount of games.

 

4) The increase in incidents directly correlates with the timing of the vaccine rollout in footballers. I remember in October there was a big push to get PL players Vaxxed. The other big leagues in Europe (Italy, France, Germany, Spain) also have a high reported uptake.

 

5) The biggest red flag is the censorship. Anyone who questions it gets shut down immediately on MSM (i.e. Trevor Sinclair on TalkSport). It is getting swept under the carpet as they don't want anything out there that will promote 'vaccine hesitancy'.

 

1 hour ago, Itsa said:

Aubameyang might be a good punt at 33/1

Just been sent home from the African cup with heart lesions.

https://www.si.com/soccer/2022/01/17/pierre-emerick-aubameyang-arsenal-heart-lesions-covid-afcon-gabon

 

Side effect of his recent covid infection of course 🤭

 

2 hours ago, ink said:

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Just kidding 🤪

 

2 hours ago, metak88 said:

Ball boy collapses at World Tennis Tournament

 

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https://www.bitchute.com/video/q9L9vVBWXGeb/

 

 

 

 

 

https://www.reddit.com/r/Gunners/comments/s6e1i4/aubemyang_develops_heart_lesions_from_the_vaccine/

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5 minutes ago, 78ast78dgyad said:

Depressing but not surprising really I suppose.

I don't get how desperate some of these people are to protect the narrative when it's so obvious now.

Maybe it's because they've all took the jab and they're scared I don't know.

 

 

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53 minutes ago, Itsa said:

Depressing but not surprising really I suppose.

I don't get how desperate some of these people are to protect the narrative when it's so obvious now.

Maybe it's because they've all took the jab and they're scared I don't know.

 

 

I’ve observed a similar thing with a mate of mine. Was very against the jabs, complaining to me about how it was causing heart attacks in football. His wife bullied him into taking the jab, had an adverse reaction, had a very bad case of ‘covid’ not long after as well. Now he’s like, maybe it’s all a coincidence... doesn’t wanna admit he’s been duked 

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No update on Axel Meye's situation yet, as far as I can tell. He was sent home by the Gabon football team management prior to Aubameyang and Lemina being sent home, for the same reason. I love the way they say it is 'only a small problem', but 'it isn't a problem'. 

 

 

https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/60003289

 

'Ex-Southampton midfielder Mario Lemina, now at Nice, and forward Axel Meye have been ruled out for the same reason.'

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On 1/9/2022 at 8:29 PM, Harry Walker said:

I have noticed the 77th brigade on Twitter have been digging back through the years to find ANY reports of footballers collapsing in years gone by.

 

I am still fascinated, as to why the BBC's famed disinformation specialist, Marianna Spring, hasn't yet taken steps to stop all of the crazy conspiracy theories. All that needs to be done is to publish data, which solely refers to footballers who have had heart 'issues'. What jabs did they have, if any, and when. Most of this data, if not all, shouldn't be tough to get hold of. No obvious pattern will be visible, which suggests a link between vaccination and heart issues, and all of the wild speculation can end. She made her bed and now the night is drawing in. It is time for her to answer. Over to you, for now, Marianna...

 

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Ex-footballer, Jamie Vincent, dies aged 46. He had a sudden heart attack and it was well reported, in most of the online rags, that he had a sudden heart attack. However, not by the BBC, in any part of their article, for some strange reason. They just said 'he died'. Hmm...

 

 

https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/60045246

 

'Jamie Vincent: Former Swindon, Bournemouth and Portsmouth left-back dies aged 46.'

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