It's the "basic word definition" that you are using differently that is causing this rather tedious exchange. Of course the evidence points to fit and younger people being less vulnerable to this virus. And, yes, there is ever growing evidence that genetics are having a part to play. But equally other factors like the viral load are also a factor, hence the disproportionate number of deaths in younger health front line workers. So, yes, if we have a definitive understanding of all the factors that determine whether someone is likely to die or not then we could say which people will definitely not be at risk. But we are not there yet and that is the point. Footballers have literally died on football pitches before now from undiagnosed underlying conditions. So right now anybody can die from this virus because we simply do not know how it works and what makes some people's reaction to it so much more severe than others. Having said that, risks are part of everyday life and we will have to find a way to live with this virus while minimising that risk. Footballers, like everyone else, are entitled to evaluate the risk and make their own minds up whether it is worth it or not.