29-year-old Sunderland goalkeeper Lee Burge is expected to miss an additional 4-5 weeks due to heart problems developed after taking the COVID-19 jab.
Burge suffered heart palpitations and was later diagnosed with an inflamed heart.
Sunderland manager Lee Johnson stated the goalkeeper’s heart problems could stem from the experimental injection.
🔴UK – Le manager de l'équipe de Sunderland affirme que l'éviction du gardien Lee Burge pour cause d'inflammation cardiaque pourrait être dûe à la vaccination C0VlD, et il ajoute : "cela se produit souvent après ces injections" 😳
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Lee Burge: Sunderland Goalkeeper Develops Inflammation Of The Heart After Receiving COVID-19 Vaccine https://t.co/TglupJUKIt
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As reported by the Daily Mail:
But Johnson, 40, said in his pre-match press conference on Friday: ‘It seems to happen a lot after these injections or Covid.
‘The weighting would be on Covid but you can’t rule out, I suppose, vaccination.
‘I don’t know, I am not a doctor. I get the information and the first thought is the player. Is he fit and well and survives it well and has a long career.’
Johnson then slightly retracted his views, admitting it is ‘probably the Covid’ that has caused the issue.
He added: ‘That’s probably slightly controversial. I don’t know the answer. I would be ill advised to make quotes like that.
‘Burge was not particularly happy the way he felt during that period. That could be a cross over when he had Covid and when he had the vaccine. We don’t exactly know what caused it, it is probably the Covid.
Burge has been instructed not to let his heart rate go above 100 during gentle training after a bout of Covid.
Despite the dramatic spike in heart-related issues in footballers following the COVID-19 jab rollout, mainstream media insists COVID is responsible for “rare cases” of myocarditis.
If COVID was the true culprit, how come the surge in athlete cardiac arrests started in 2021 and not 2020?
The COVID World added these figures from the English Football League (EFL):
Data from December showed that around 75% of players in the English Football League (EFL) – in which Sunderland plays – have been either fully vaccinated, have had a single jab or were intending to be vaccinated. Double vaccinated players totaled 59%, while 16% were set to get the jab, and 25% of players did not intend to get a COVID vaccine at that time.