Another one.

Source: Paul Joseph Watson

A 21-year-old Greek footballer suffered a sudden cardiac arrest just five minutes into a game before subsequently dying.

The tragedy happened to Alexandros Lampis at the First Municipal Stadium yesterday while he was playing for third division team Ilioupoli.

Owing to there being no defibrillator, attempts to resuscitate Lampis at the stadium failed, and despite the ground being located within a suburb of the capital of Athens, an ambulance didn’t arrive for 20 minutes.

“Football has been rocked by a series of high-profile incidents among players,” reports the Daily Mail.

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“Sergio Aguero was forced to retire after experiencing chest pains playing for Barcelona while there were also scares for Victor Lindelof and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang.”

“This season, Wigan striker Charlie Wyke, 28, collapsed in training, Sheffield United’s John Fleck, 30, collapsed on the pitch at Reading and Adama Traore, 25, went down clutching his chest while playing in the Champions League for Sheriff Tiraspol against Real Madrid.”

“Icelandic midfielder Emil Palsson, 28, also required resuscitation after a cardiac arrest in October.”

We also previously reported on 25-year-old Guatemalan soccer star Marcos Menaldo, who collapsed during training and tragically died shortly after being rushed to hospital.

In November last year, German newspaper Berliner Zeitung published a report seeking to answer why an “unusually large number of professional and amateur soccer players have collapsed recently.”

However, experts have re-assured the public that all the sudden collapses of healthy footballers in peak physical condition is just a “coincidence” and has nothing to do with the vaccine.

That didn’t stop ex-England pro-Matt Le Tissier from calling for a full investigation.

“It’s been very concerning for me watching the sport that I love and I played for 17 years…in all that time that I played I never once saw any footballer leave the pitch because of heart issues,” said Le Tissier.

“Now I’m sorry, but if anybody can look at what’s happening now in the world of sport and say it’s normal for all of these people to be having heart issues, in football matches, cricket matches, basketball matches, any sport you wish, these people, the amount of people that are suffering are going through the roof,” he added.

During a viral podcast with Joe Rogan which was subsequently censored by YouTube, Dr. Peter McCullough warned that soccer players collapsing could be linked to vaccine-induced myocarditis.

McCullough warned that myocarditis has become at least 50% more common than predicted by US public health ‘experts.’

During a live radio show in the UK, ex-footballer Trevor Sinclair mentioned a potential link to vaccines, but he was cut off shortly after beginning his statement.