Discussion in 'The Football Forum' started by the count, Nov 27, 2021.
Weird how all these collapses have come after the Jab and Boost and all this other shit.
We'll never know the truth. One side will say the virus is causing all these issues, the others will say it's the jab.
Apparently 90% of adults in ireland who had heart attacks in the last month were fully vaccinated. This is cause for concern, especially when you consider the weird coincidence that 90% of adults in ireland have been fully vaccinated.
Are heart attacks up, though, compared to other years?
No, it's down compared to the last 5 years. Flu is down, Alzheimer's is up, the rest is about the same. Figure 3 here: https://www.ons.gov.uk/peoplepopula...ortalityanalysisenglandandwales/september2021
Didn't realise a fan was sick in the Soton game, too
They can't work out if it was vaccine related or a dodgy kebab
It's almost as if supporting Watford and Newcastle can make you sick.
Some will insist they are unrelated though. Just wilful blindness.
I don't know what the reason is, but it needs to be looked at doesn't it? 3 fans collapsing in the stadium within a couple of months. That's new.
That would be up there with buying Balotelli to replace Suarez
Is it? What are the stats over say the last 10 years across all of Europe? Or is it just a case of jumping to conclusions. A football match seems to be one of the most likely scenarios for a heart attack !
I'd never seen the game stop for a fan having heart attack in the stands before. There's been 3 in the last couple of months. Footballers are dropping like flies too. Not saying it's vaccine/virus related, not saying it isn't, but it's definitely not normal.
People regularly die at the match. They just didn't used to stop the game. Fucking snowflakes. Harry Catterick, a former Everton manager died during the match a while back but they didn't stop the game. Why would you?
Catterick died of a heart attack shortly after watching Everton draw 2–2 with Ipswich Town in an FA Cup Sixth Round match at Goodison Park on 9 March 1985. He was 65 years old. His death came almost exactly five years after former Everton striker Dixie Dean had died while watching a game at the ground, also of a heart attack.
Probably both the vaccine
Manager is a bit different. They're under all sorts of stress. Though, I understand stopping the match is a new protocol. It is odd, though, that these heart attacks definitely seem to be increasing.
He wasn't manager at the time. Howard Kendall was.
The Blueshite had already taken its toll on him then, I guess.
I just think it needs looking into. Is it an increased phenomena? If so, why? These are questions society is becoming increasingly reluctant to ask. Is it just increased coverage?
This is exactly what I was thinking. People have always had heart attacks at the game. Large crowd of people, with a large number in the most susceptible demographics, all getting a bit too excited. There must be dozens per year at matches around the country.
Speculation is pointless. Loads of people die at the footy because they get old, the tension of a big match gets your heart rate up, and a majority of people drink like fuck.
The best one was Fabrice Muamba. Technically dead, totally into Jesus, when he got asked if he saw heaven he said he didn't see shit. Just a total void.
Probably the vaccine