British Soccer Player, 35-Years-Old, Dies Suddenly After “Heart Attack on the Field”

British Soccer Player, 35-Years-Old, Dies Suddenly After “Heart Attack on the Field”

Have you noticed that a lot of young, healthy soccer players are having heart attacks and some are even dying?


It’s a disturbing trend that many people are noticing, but very few mainstream media outlets are reporting on it, and none (that I’ve seen) are investigating the causes and why this is “suddenly” happening.

But it is happening, and it’s scary and sadly, I have yet another heart attack and death to report.

A British soccer player has died while playing in Dubai.

He was only 35-years-old.

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Alfie Nunn reportedly died after suffering a heart attack while playing football in the United Arab Emirates yesterday afternoon.

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This is not normal. Why isn’t the media digging into this and seeing if there’s a connection between these deaths?

The Sun reported that the Londoner, who played for a number of clubs in southeast London and Kent, including Fisher FC, Croydon FC, Canterbury City, and Beckenham Town, had moved to Dubai several years ago to work as an estate agent.

A colleague at his firm, Haus&Haus, told The Sun Online he had passed away while playing football on Thursday afternoon.

Tributes have poured in for the striker, who grew up in Rotherhithe, Southwark, southeast London.


Alfie’s former physio at Fisher FC, who also play in Rotherhithe, told The Sun Online he was a “great guy, loved by everyone”.

In a statement, the club said: “We have been informed that former Fish midfielder Alfie Nunn, who featured regularly during the 2015/16 season, has passed away after suffering a heart attack while playing in Dubai.

“Our thoughts are with Alfie’s family and friends at this sad time.”

The statement went on: “Alfie… grew up close to our St Paul’s ground and played for Bermondsey and Rotherhithe primary schools district side before moving through youth football and appearing for Croydon in the Isthmian League.


Not once in the article, did the reporter mention how ODD it is for a 35-year-old healthy athlete to just drop dead of a heart attack… and I think we know why.

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