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Old 12-03-2006, 10:16   #1
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I decided to open this topic, after I watched how Chelsea’s William Gallas celebrated yesterday his goal against Totenham with Mourinho and the rest of the players. It’s widely known that you could understand many things about a player's personality, or a team’s spirit judging for the celebration.
You can see a strong team spirit, like this of Chelsea’s, or no team spirit like this of Real Madrid. Sergio Ramos told the media that after his goal (about 3 weeks ago) he was dissapointed because none of his co-players celebrated with him.
Look at Thierry Henry’s celebrations! Isn’t clear that he is an arrogant?

So, in this topic I would like to make some general comments concerning goals celebrations. Any time that we see a celebration that impress us, or make us think of sth, we can add here.
Furthermore we can discuss about the celebrations concerning Depor
At last it would be good for anyone to add his favourite team/players celebration, and his worst team/players celebration.

I’m starting this:
I already made my general comments.

Concerning depor I dislike this years celebrations, because I think they are passionless and reflecting team’s bad psychology. There are only few exceptions (as the Capdevilla's goal against Athletico Madrid). Arizmendi’s attitude after the goals annoys me, he seems to be separate from the rest of the team. Do you remember his reaction after Tristan’s goal against Osasuna?

Best team: Chelsea,
Best player: Pipo Inzaghi (he celebrates as if there is a demon inside him)
Worst team: Madrid
Worst player: Ronaldo (when he used to score and did this silly thing, hiding his face behind his hand)

P.S.: If you think this topic is very big we can remove the “Depor celebrations” to the Deportivo section of the forum, but first I would like to know if this topic interestes many of us.
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Old 12-03-2006, 10:32   #2
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I was thinking about the same thing yesterday after chelsea goal!!!
I love Inzaghi celebration.
Varihua has a great celebration too.
you must see shefki kuqi celebration with Blackburn
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Old 12-03-2006, 13:14   #3
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Kuqi at Blackburn has a great celebration when he dives up into the air and lands on his belly.
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Old 12-03-2006, 14:04   #4
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I decided to open this topic, after I watched how Chelsea’s William Gallas celebrated yesterday his goal against Totenham with Mourinho and the rest of the players. It’s widely known that you could understand many things about a player's personality, or a team’s spirit judging for the celebration.
You can see a strong team spirit, like this of Chelsea’s, or no team spirit like this of Real Madrid. Sergio Ramos told the media that after his goal (about 3 weeks ago) he was dissapointed because none of his co-players celebrated with him.
Look at Thierry Henry’s celebrations! Isn’t clear that he is an arrogant?

So, in this topic I would like to make some general comments concerning goals celebrations. Any time that we see a celebration that impress us, or make us think of sth, we can add here.
Furthermore we can discuss about the celebrations concerning Depor
At last it would be good for anyone to add his favourite team/players celebration, and his worst team/players celebration.

I’m starting this:
I already made my general comments.

Concerning depor I dislike this years celebrations, because I think they are passionless and reflecting team’s bad psychology. There are only few exceptions (as the Capdevilla's goal against Athletico Madrid). Arizmendi’s attitude after the goals annoys me, he seems to be separate from the rest of the team. Do you remember his reaction after Tristan’s goal against Osasuna?

Best team: Chelsea,
Best player: Pipo Inzaghi (he celebrates as if there is a demon inside him)
Worst team: Madrid
Worst player: Ronaldo (when he used to score and did this silly thing, hiding his face behind his hand)

P.S.: If you think this topic is very big we can remove the “Depor celebrations” to the Deportivo section of the forum, but first I would like to know if this topic interestes many of us.

Completely agree 111%, and you ACTUALLY beat me to opening this same thread!!!
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Old 12-03-2006, 15:26   #5
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I don't know if there's a link. Players have different personalities and they choose the celebration accordingly. Some players have more exaggerated psychological highs and lows and some are constantly content, low-key.

I like Henry's celebrations most.
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I like Barcelonas celebrations, because they're are celebrating like a team!

But i LOVE Henry's celebrations.
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I love Waregem's celebrations They always go towards the fans with the entire team and give hands to the fans. Gotta love that
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I love Waregem's celebrations They always go towards the fans with the entire team and give hands to the fans. Gotta love that
Any player who celebrate his goal with the supporters get a yellow card
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Any player who celebrate his goal with the supporters get a yellow card

This is a ridiculous rule!
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Any player who celebrate his goal with the supporters get a yellow card

It's worth it for sure! There is no bigger satisfaction than celebrating with your fans!
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Waregem always does this, and never got booked for it. It's not like they go hugging the fans, they just run next to the fans who hold out their hands and they clap them with their own hands Really, no one ever got booked for this.
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Waregem always does this, and never got booked for it. It's not like they go hugging the fans, they just run next to the fans who hold out their hands and they clap them with their own hands Really, no one ever got booked for this.
It'a rule you have just to look to robben against sunderland or naybet the last year after his goal against Arsenal...
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It'a rule you have just to look to robben against sunderland or naybet the last year after his goal against Arsenal...

Seriously? In belgium too? Cause a lot of teams here go to the fans...
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Thew new rules about that you can't take tour shirt off and celebrate with fans, is a ridicoulus rule! The one who made that rule should get fired IMO! The players got their rights to show their feelings in the celebrations!
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Eto'o took a yellow card too after celebrating his goal against Depor with a suporter!
Stupid rule
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