Former Soccer Pro Calls For Investigation After Another Soccer Player Collapses

Pro-Soccer player John Fleck collapsed during a soccer match in Reading.

It is unclear if the soccer player is vaccinated or not.

From Skysports:

Sheffield United midfielder John Fleck was taken to hospital after collapsing on the pitch during their Championship match at Reading on Tuesday night.

Play was halted for almost 11 minutes, with Fleck receiving medical treatment and getting back to his feet with the aid of an oxygen mask before he was eventually stretchered off.

Fleck was conscious when taken to hospital for further checks.

“Concerning moments as urgent medical attention needed for John Fleck,” Sheffield United said in their live updates on Twitter.

“Play is yet to restart but the Scottish midfielder is on his feet and receiving further medical care.”

Now, we have this.

A former Pro-soccer player is calling for an investigation into it.

Former England and Southampton player Matt Le Tissier tweeted out this:

There has been a 5-fold increase in sudden cardiac deaths of FIFA players in 2021.

From Substack:

5-fold increase in sudden cardiac deaths of FIFA players in 2021

The Israeli “Real-Time News” reports: Breaking news: 500% increase in deaths – SCD/SUD of FIFA players in 2021

Not 24 athletes, not 30, nor 75 – Since December, 183 professional athletes and coaches have suddenly collapsed! 108 of them died! According to the literature, the phenomenon of collapsing athlete breakdown for reasons unrelated to injury is rare.

So what is causing this sudden epidemic?

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