Algerian player Sofiane Lokar dies of a heart attack

Watched He fell on the pitch Algerian player Sofiane Lokar dies of a heart attack  The captain of Mouloudia Saida, Sofiane Locar, died after suffering a heart attack during his team's match with its host, "Association of Oran", on Saturday, in the tenth round of the Algerian second division.  Mouloudia Saida captain Sofiane Locar died after suffering a heart attack during the match his team played with its host, Association of Oran, on Saturday, in the tenth round of the Algerian second division.  Locar fell on the field, after a serious head collision with the goalkeeper of the Oran association, but he returned to play again after receiving first aid, before falling to the ground after suffering a heart attack.  Mouloudia Saida's account on Facebook transmitted statements in which the team's coach, Elaraby Morsli, said that the player "fell in an ordinary way and we are under shock," adding that "the player is qualified to play with a medical file and was in good health."  And the Oran Association club published a video showing players from both teams crying in the changing rooms, in a scene that expresses the extent of the shock after hearing the news of the death of their colleague in the hospital.  It is noteworthy that the Omani League witnessed, last Wednesday, the death of Muscat Club player, Khaled Al-Raqadi, during the warm-up process before the start of his match against Al-Suwaiq Club, after he also suffered a severe heart attack.

Algerian player Sofiane Lokar dies of a heart attack


The captain of Mouloudia Saida, Sofiane Locar, died after suffering a heart attack during his team's match with its host, "Association of Oran", on Saturday, in the tenth round of the Algerian second division.

Mouloudia Saida captain Sofiane Locar died after suffering a heart attack during the match his team played with its host, Association of Oran, on Saturday, in the tenth round of the Algerian second division.

Locar fell on the field, after a serious head collision with the goalkeeper of the Oran association, but he returned to play again after receiving first aid, before falling to the ground after suffering a heart attack.

Mouloudia Saida's account on Facebook transmitted statements in which the team's coach, Elaraby Morsli, said that the player "fell in an ordinary way and we are under shock," adding that "the player is qualified to play with a medical file and was in good health."

And the Oran Association club published a video showing players from both teams crying in the changing rooms, in a scene that expresses the extent of the shock after hearing the news of the death of their colleague in the hospital.

It is noteworthy that the Omani League witnessed, last Wednesday, the death of Muscat Club player, Khaled Al-Raqadi, during the warm-up process before the start of his match against Al-Suwaiq Club, after he also suffered a severe heart attack.
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