Posted on 20. Oct, 2012 by admin.
Dutch’s defensive midfielder: Evander Sno, who formally plays for Celtic Football Club, got his second in field heart attack while he was playing a match for NEC Nijmegen against Feyenoord, which was lost by his team 5-1 by livescore. Notably, Evander Sno has got a defibrillator fitted on his chest after his 2010 heart stroke and this ICD helped him in lessening his second attack’s effects on his health, though he spent a full night at a hospital after his stroke. Immediately after his stroke, Celtic released a statement via its website where it said, “The news that former Celtic midfielder Evander Sno had suffered a heart attack during a league game on Saturday was naturally a shock to everyone at the club and was quickly followed by an outpouring of concern for his well-being.” [...]
Posted on 16. Sep, 2012 by admin.
The soccer world witnessed what happened at Hillsborough on 15 April 1989 when 94 Liverpool fans died coz of a stampede happened at the stadium where the FA Cup semifinal tie up match was being played between Liverpool and Nottingham. This was later described as one of the world’s biggest sport’s related human error; however, British media, police and governing authorities had long been blaming fans themselves for this stampede. But a special independent penal formed to redress and investigate this issue has finally submitted its report –after 23 long years. This report is a 396 page document which mentioned the complete details about what could have had been the happenings at the stadium and it also revealed that it was not a human error but it was coz of studious ill infrastructure that caused a sudden stampede among a large crowd which resulted in worst sports stampede causing, as told, 94 death and 766 injured. [...]