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Another vaxxed soccer player bites the dust

Professional soccer player Keanu Staude was diagnosed with myocarditis, which is an inflammation of the heart muscle. The former Bielefeld player, a key member of 1860 Munich, complained of feeling unwell after a match on January 30. Staude, 25, was fully vaccinated.

Published: February 7, 2022, 12:25 pm

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    The club’s manager Günther Gorenzel had boasted in November last year that his team had a 100 percent vaccination rate, meaning that all sixty members – including players and staff – had been forced to take the shot. Gorenzel had coerced the “skeptics” among them. “I can only say that so far nobody has shown me a solution how to get out of the pandemic without vaccination.”

    Staude was examined by medical professionals according to club officials who said he had developed inflammation of the heart muscle.

    A statement from the club was issued: “In order not to take any further risks, Keanu Staude will not be able to do competitive sports for at least four weeks and will therefore not be available.” But for all intents and purposes, Staude’s soccer career has ended.

    Director Gorenzel hinted at that in his statement. “Keanu will not be doing any more training for the time being and will only rejoin the team after approval by our medical team.”

    Staude is one of luckier dozens of soccer players who have suffered from the jab. The 22-year-old Greek soccer player Alexandros Lampis, who played for Ilioupoli FC, died this month. Lampis collapsed after suffering a sudden cardiac arrest during a match.

    His dramatic demise happened just 14 minutes into the game at the First Municipal Stadium of Ilioupoli and the match was abandoned shortly afterward. Ilioupoli FC announced his passing not long after the incident.

    The shocking increase in soccer players suffering sudden cardiac arrests in 2021 and 2022 is being ignored in the mainstream media.

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