5 Soccer Players Die From Heart Attacks Believed To Be From Vaccine Side Effects

from Great Game India:

Five international soccer players from various nations were reported to have died suddenly shortly pre or post Christmas as a result of heart attacks. The sudden deaths of international football players have fueled speculation that the rising frequency of deaths or abrupt illnesses among otherwise healthy athletes could be linked to COVID vaccinations.

Although it remains unclear whether soccer players heart attacks were due to the vaccine, there are mandates set up in most places that required them to be vaccinated to even play.

Mukhaled Al-Raqadi, 29, of Oman, Marin Cacic, 23, of Croatia, Sofiane Loukar, 28, of Algeria, Ahmed Amin, 24, of Egypt, and Marcos Menaldo, 25, of Guatemala are among the deceased soccer players.

The majority of the soccer players that died eventually died soon after playing.

Menaldo, the most recent casualty, died of a heart attack on January 3rd, immediately after a practice session at the Marquesa de la Ensenada Stadium in San Marcos, Guatemala.

Dr. Michael Yeadon, a former Pfizer VP, raised concern in November about what is now a worldwide rise in young athletes, the majority of whom have been injected, dying or falling ill at very alarming frequency.

According to accounts, the defender had complained about respiratory troubles.

On December 25, Loukar collapsed during a match. According to Reuters, he collided with his goalie earlier in the game but resumed play for around 10 minutes before collapsing.

After suffering a heart attack in the ambulance, he was confirmed dead at a hospital.

Cacic, a defender, died on December 23 in a hospital after fainting during a team training session. He was diagnosed with heart failure and placed in a coma prior to actually passing away.

On December 22, Al-Raqadi died after falling during a pre-game warmup. According to the Oman Observer report, Al-Raqadi was rushed to a hospital by ambulance but died as a result of a heart attack.

Amin was claimed to have experienced a sudden heart attack in the team locker room following a training session on December 22 as well. Attempts to resuscitate him by the team’s medical professionals were futile. His death resulted from cardiac arrest.

Although it is unclear whether any of the five soccer players had gotten the COVID vaccines, most international and domestic sports clubs have requirements in place.

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