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Thread: Favourite Goal Celebrations

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    Favourite Goal Celebrations

    The Paul Barnes hand count 1-2-3-4-5 v Stockport and Andy Payton’s “Natural Born Claret” T-Shirt at Wrexham. Scotty Arfield v Rovers though I wasn’t at that match. Just a few of my favourites.

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    Robbie Keane with the handspring, Mick Channon with the swinging arm and Fashanu with the aeroplane effect. All top players.

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    I loved the goal celebrations back in the day, if they were really taken with the goal they might jump in the air, otherwise a quick handshake and back to the halfway line.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sinkov View Post
    I loved the goal celebrations back in the day, if they were really taken with the goal they might jump in the air, otherwise a quick handshake and back to the halfway line.
    I bet you are a barrel of laughs at Christmas

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1959_60 View Post
    I bet you are a barrel of laughs at Christmas
    Only one way to celebrate a goal...

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    Gazzas pipe playing was pretty good..

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1959_60 View Post
    I bet you are a barrel of laughs at Christmas
    You shouldn't bet 59, you always lose.

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    Back in the day I scored the greatest goal I have ever seen.

    I picked the ball up on the touchline near the halfway line and then did a mazy run that left at least six opponents on their arses.
    From just inside the box I dummied the keeper, sending him the wrong way and buried the ball in the corner of the net.

    I then adopted the pose of Rodin's "The Thinker", which I still consider to be the greatest goal celebration of all time.

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    To be honest 59, I did used to like Robbie's Bad Beat Bob underpants routine, Peter Crouch's Robot Dance and Jimmy Bullard's Phil Brown style lecture after scoring against City was a classic example of wit and ingenuity. But for the most part they're embarrassing, infantile attempts to get themselves on't box, no way for grown men to behave really.

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    Perhaps the club needs to look at this.

    We could employ a performing arts tutor so that we are ahead of the game?

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