Experts say “just a coincidence.”

Source: Paul Joseph Watson

English football was hit again last night with yet another “medical emergency” as a game between Sunderland and Burton Albion had to be delayed by nearly an hour due to a fan collapsing in the stadium.

Referee Robert Lewis was forced to suspend the game after just four minutes after a supporter situated in Sunderland’s West Stand required treatment.

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The players remained on the pitch for 10 minutes while the fan received medical assistance before returning to their dressing rooms.

They only returned to the pitch around 50 minutes later and then had to warm up again before the game was restarted.

“I would rather put the game off,” said Burton Albion manager Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink. “Then we go home and we come back on another day than wait this long. The person is more important than the game.”

As we have previously highlighted, there have been innumerable sudden collapses of both football players in peak physical condition and fans in the stadium over the last year.

Only last week, Burton’s match at home to Bolton also had to be halted due to a medical emergency.


Earlier this month, we reported on a 21-year-old Greek footballer who suffered a sudden cardiac arrest just five minutes into a game before subsequently dying.

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’ responded to the issue by claiming it was just a “coincidence” that players and fans are suddenly collapsing in large numbers and that it had no connection to COVID-19 vaccines.

That didn’t satisfy ex-Premier League player Matt Le Tissier, who has called for a proper investigation into the matter.

“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.