Goal celebrations

Discuss your training routine and techniques you are practicing

How do you celebrate?

Shhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh (or something similar)
5
29%
acrobatics
0
No votes
something over the top getting a yellow often.
1
6%
high five teamates and back to half.
9
53%
Other (please specify)
2
12%
 
Total votes: 17

adiman6
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hey, soz i wasn't sure at all on where to put this thread but anyway.

how do u celebrate, do u do a simple high five with teamates and run back to ur half for the kickoff, acrobatics, shirt off and get a yellow card.?

well myself im a bit of a smart ass when it comes to it. i will run to the other parents and............. Shhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh

i was thinking of doing an adebeyor, but i will get a card likely, i just love sticking it to the other team.:)

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I don't like to show off, so I usually just do like a tennis fist pump and jog back to midfield.
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I don't score much at all so when I do I usually take off my clothes and run around the field naked...it's a special moment for me.
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klc123
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* note to self, attend all further croationblood1 games and pay the other teams keeper to let him score*

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I don't do anything for my celebrations really, i just raise my right arm and normally thank the person who passed the ball to me, if any, or something similiar or give a thumbs up to my manager and walk back to the half way line and high5 everyone that comes up to me.

Zlatan5
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Aeroplane most of the time. I scored a random goal one time and thought i'd do Arshavin's wtf duck face, like he did in the Euros.

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I go Super Saiyan 5

mr_dude
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Depends on how big the goal is. I don't score very often either, but if it's the 6th goal in a 6-0 then I won't do much, I'll just jog back and high five, maybe give the guy who assisted me a pat on the back. But if it's a game-tying/winning goal, I'll basically do an intense airplane and then finish it off with a jump and fist shake or a fall to the knees.

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Generally favour the aeroplane or the Alan Shearer salute. I always thank whoever set it up, and generally go and hug my team mates. Sometimes though I'll plan a daft celebration with some people beforehand, just for a laugh :D
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DR17
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Depends if its an easy goal i thank the set up man , if its an important goal and a beauty well i do a jump pump fist like pato or i do a frontflip like klose.

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Depends on the significance of the goal.. If its a 5-0 then ill prolly do something goofy like crawling to the corner like a god and lifting my leg to "piss" or anything goofy...

If its a 2-1 in the 90th minute then ill go crazy like pasionate sprinting away from my teammates and the chase me and tackle me .. and we have an orgy jk..:lol:
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footy_oaf
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i hug the other teams keeper, in a "thank you so much" sort of way

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footy_oaf wrote:i hug the other teams keeper, in a "thank you so much" sort of way
and he lets you hug him? What is that like U-13 womens idaho championship?



Damn I offended women and idaho people sorry lol..


But be serious how the helll are you gonna celebrate hugging the other team keeper?
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klc123
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My teams keeper would break your nose if you sarcasticly said "thank-you" to him lol.

I love it when your watching a reasonably low down level of football and they come out with a really intense or elaborate goal celebration lol.

The best one is when someone opens their mouth like you see premiership players do, but they aren't actually making a noise, just pretending and because its not as loud as a stadium you can tell their pretending :L

footy_oaf
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no, usually theyre my mates that play for the other team
if we play some random team that isnt in our league id never do that lol

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Oh fair enough lol.

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