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player celebrates this with joy at a special moment in his game

player celebrates is part of any game. A player celebrates this with joy at a special moment in his game. Many players have their own unique style for this. These signature celebrations also play an important role in their promotion. However, there are a lot of these celebrations that bring the player into the discussion as well as a lot of criticism. Celebration has also affected the careers of many players. Some people’s careers are over! Today we will talk about some of these controversial goal celebrations.

Paulo Diego
Swiss footballer Paulo Diego then played for Cervit FC in the country’s Premier League. There, in a match against Safthausen in 2004, he reached the goalkeeper with the ball and passed it to his teammate Jean Beusezur without shooting. From there, Beuseju scored in the empty bar with his assist. Then they go to a very simple celebration. But why does a ghost enter Diego’s head.

He did not go alone with the other teammates but went to the spectators behind the goal. He climbed the high iron barricade between the field and the gallery. Celebrate a little with the audience and jump down. So far so good.

But after getting down, he saw that the ring finger of his left hand was not more than half. What happened to that finger?

When Diego went down to play, he had his wedding ring on his finger. When he climbs over the fence to celebrate, somehow his ring gets stuck in the iron fence of the fence. As a result, when he jumped down, his finger was torn off. The top two pieces of the phalanges of that finger fell!

The amazing thing here was, the referee showed him a yellow card for this shoot. He wasted his time by spending extra time in the celebration, which is why the referee gave him this punishment.

Doctors at a Zurich hospital tried to reattach his torn finger. But their efforts failed.

Paul Gasquen Dentist Chair Celebration
Gascoigne or ‘Gazza’ for short was the best talent produced in England at that time. Throughout his career, this attacking midfielder was always in the spotlight by telling one story after another.

The incident took place at Euro 1996, against Scotland. The tournament was the largest in England since the 1986 World Cup. As such, everyone had high hopes for England. So, in the second match of the tournament there, Gazza got a long ball in the box of Scotland, flicked it with his left foot, crossed over the head of Colin Hendry and wrapped it in the net with a great shot with his right foot. Then he ran to the touchline in Scotland and lay down. There his teammate poured water down his throat.

The incident did not escape the eyes of other people there. They took pictures of the situation of the English team with their cameras. It later passed into the hands of journalists. Adding ghee to this fire is another incident. On the return flight to England, someone unintentionally broke the TV screen attached to the seat. So a magazine news about it in this caption,

There was a storm of criticism all over England, with the main finger pointing at Gaza. Demands were made to expel him from the party in the interest of maintaining party discipline. But the England team did not exclude him, on the contrary, the players themselves planned at the hotel. They decided that if Gaza scored in the match, they would refer to this incident and celebrate.

Gazza’s goal match was against Scotland. They were under pressure after a draw with the ‘weak’ Swiss in the first match. Alan Shearer’s header gave England the lead at the start. Tony Adams left-handed to give the Scots a golden opportunity. David Seaman then returned Gary McAllister’s penalty. Then when Gaza doubled the score, England had a chance to celebrate. At the right time a bottle of water was also next to the Scottish goalpost. Jamie Rednap, McManaman, and Shearer poured water one by one into the mouth of the lying gazza. Gaza, who is a ‘villain’, suddenly becomes a field hero. England finished the tournament and reached the semifinals.

However, later Gajjar’s career did not go that way. He almost took the life of this drug to the top of football. As a result of his uncontrolled lifestyle, England’s ‘One of the Best’ talent had to wrap up his career a little earlier.

Robbie Fowler: Cocaine sorting
Liverpool and Everton are two rival clubs in Merseyside, England. Although Everton are far behind, there is good tension between the two teams before any derby. The two teams faced off in a 1999 derby. Liverpool got a penalty at one stage of that match, Robbie Fowler came forward. From there he wrapped the ball nicely in the net. After scoring a goal, he suddenly crouched down on the boundary line. Put your face on the ground and move forward a little. Then another teammate, Liverpool legend Steve McMahon, pulled him over. Fowler did that celebration not once, but twice.

Asked about the match after the match, then-Liverpool manager Gerard Houlier said Fowler’s celebration was Cameroon’s traditional “grass-eating” celebration – something that Robbie had learned from his other Cameroonian teammate, Rigobert Sanchez. But the fact was that Robbie was acting as if he was using cocaine through the white line of the border line, but he was also squeezing a nostril almost like a drug addict.

Incidentally, Everton fans have been claiming for some time that Fowler is a drug addict. So he did it to respond to their words after the goal. That’s what Fowler told the FA in the investigation. So even though coach Hawlia tried to save Fowler, it was not possible.

Georger Katidis: Nazi salute
The incident took place in 2013. Athens and Vieira face off in a Greek Football League match at the Olympic Stadium in Athens. Athens saw a 1-1 draw with a goal from young midfielder Katidis. But during the celebration, Katidiz raised his right hand and made a gesture similar to the Nazi salute “Hail, Hitler.”

The Greek Football Federation did not take the matter well at all. They see it as the ultimate insult to the victims of Nazi forces. Katidis though claimed his innocence on his Twitter. There he said that he was not a fascist, and that he did not know what that meant. So he did this without knowing it. Of course, it did not help. He was fined 100,000 euros, and was banned from the club for the rest of the season.

Then at the end of the season he has to leave the club. It didn’t stop there, he was banned from the Greek national football team for life. The former captain of the Greece U-21 team did not pursue a career like that later. He was behind the scenes playing in small clubs. He is currently in the Czech Republic club FK Pribram. The career of this promising player is ruined in this work.

Saka-Shakiri: Albanian Eagle Celebration
This is a fairly recent phenomenon. Switzerland and Serbia face off in the second round of the 2018 World Cup. Serbia went ahead 1-0 at the beginning of the match. Desperate to return to the match, the Swiss continued to attack one after another. Following this, Granit Saka equalized with a quick shot from outside the box. He then made a portrait of a two-headed eagle with two hands crossed on his chest. Then again in the 90th minute when Jordan Shakiri scored to secure the victory for the Swiss, he celebrated in the same manner.

But … what do they or the Swiss have to do with it?

These two-headed eagle is actually the national symbol of Albania. Relations between Albania and Serbia deteriorated after the 1998-99 Kosovo war. Albanian part is in the blood of both Saka and Shakiri. Both are second-generation Balkan refugees in Switzerland.

Sakar’s father was a citizen of Albania. They later moved to Switzerland. Sakar was born in Switzerland. But the Shakiri affair is deeper, it was born in Kosovo. Despite declaring independence in 2008, Serbs have not yet recognized Kosovo as a country. Shakiri entered the match wearing Kosovo flagged boots. These two players were the butt of ridicule from the Serb spectators from the very beginning of the match.

They have to face FIFA punishment for bringing political issues in the middle of the game and inciting the fans of the opposing team with it. In the incident, FIFA banned them for two matches and fined them 10,000 Swiss francs and captain Stephen Lichtsteiner 5,000 francs to celebrate Shakiri. FIFA later lifted the ban. Serbia is unhappy again. They say FIFA is insulting them. Because, in that match, FIFA fined Serbia 54 thousand francs for the fierce banner and T-shirt. They came in a sweater with a picture of him in support of some convicted war criminal Ratko Mladic. Albania further provoked the issue. Their prime minister, Eddie Rama, opened a fund to raise money for Saka and Shakiri. The fund, called ‘Don’t Be Afraid Of The Eagle’, raised হাজার 19,000 in one day.

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