Bayern Munich & Canadian National Team Footballer Alphonso Davies Diagnosed With Myocarditis

Bayern Munich & Canadian National Team Footballer Alphonso Davies Diagnosed With Myocarditis


21-year-old Canadian professional footballer Alphonso Davies has temporarily stopped training after being diagnosed with “mild” myocarditis.

It’s misleading for reports to call this mild myocarditis since heart inflammation is never mild and always a serious concern.

The Canadian national team and Bayern Munich winger will miss an uncertain amount of time while his body heals following the diagnosis.

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Reports indicate Davies will miss training for at least the next few weeks.

Davies reportedly tested positive for COVID-19 on January 5th and had to isolate, along with five other teammates, before returning to team training.

Alphonso Davies has temporarily stopped training after being diagnosed with mild myocarditis, an inflammation of the heart muscle.

Come back stronger, Phonzie! 🙏❤️ pic.twitter.com/dE8rSk5xOp

— ESPN FC (@ESPNFC) January 14,

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