Sadly, in these last two years, there have been a lot of upsetting on-field incidents involving international football.

Three professional football players collapsed on the pitch mid-game, live on TV, in the space of a week.

Egypt: Modern Future FC forward, Ahmed Refaat, collapsed in a match against Ittihad on Monday 11th March. According to a statement from his club, Refaat’s “heart stopped for more than an hour, despite all resuscitation attempts”.

South Africa: Orlando Pirates midfielder, Makhehlene Makhaula, collapsed in a match against Hungry Lions on Saturday 16th March, “after complaining of chest pains and shortness of breath”. Hear the journalist, at one point stating, ‘The world of football unfortunately has been subject to so many distressing on the pitch over the last few years.’

Argentina: Estudiantes de la Plata midfielder, Javier Altamirano, suffered a seizure in a match against Boca Juniors on Sunday 17th March, while his pregnant wife watched in the stand.

Weren’t players forced to inject themselves so that they continue practising their sport, be able to travel and play?

Does anybody remember this happening prior to the rollout of the experimental and deadly mRNA injections?

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