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The Grim Rieper 6:27 Wed Jul 11
The "Pile On" goal celebration
Extremely dangerous. If the goal scorer (or any other player) is face down at the bottom, any weight on the rib cage makes breathing very difficult. Ask anyone who has had the misfortune of being restrained by Police or Prison Officers.

Why do it anyway? What's wrong with shaking hands?

Should be banned.

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North Bank 7:44 Thu Feb 14
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w4 you're getting old mate

For those old enough it's like the bundles we used to have after a round of British Bulldog

Ahhh the good old days, even going away these days I feel like an OAP what with all the kids smashed out there heads charlied up, I just want a Bovril

w4hammer 7:40 Thu Feb 14
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i dont want to get all " oohhh you'll have someone's eye out with that" however I think that every time i see knee slides- just asking for damage ...

zebthecat 7:36 Thu Feb 14
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I agree with Richie Benaud on these sort of celebrations:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uEgubT8XMu0

Russ of the BML 6:34 Thu Feb 14
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the exile 4:07 Thu Feb 14

I didn't name it that you fucking pleb. It's what its called for fuck sake. Fucking hell, go and have pint.

zico 4:13 Thu Feb 14
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the exile 4:07 Thu Feb 14

Well what is the name of the bloody thing as I said I had to look it up!!!!

the exile 4:07 Thu Feb 14
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Russ & Zico

"Homie handshake"???

Are you serious? FFS grow up.

zico 4:04 Thu Feb 14
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Russ of the BML 1:51 Thu Feb 14

Ha ha, spot on, I mean what is it Strictly Come Dancing?! It's like all these actor luvvies coming out on chat shows now and rather than a smile or a wave it's this nod of the head with hands clasped as in prayer?!?!? How does this stuff appear overnight?!

Cheezey Bell-End 1:57 Thu Feb 14
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I remember George Parris getting it after scoring the late winner v Watford in about 1987. Got up looking worse for wear and caked in mud.

boltkunt 1:56 Thu Feb 14
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Footballers are made of fucking glass these days aren't they?

Worrying about celebrations injuring our best players?

Do fuck off.

Mike the Hammer 1:54 Thu Feb 14
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With all that contact that takes place after a goal, I'm surprised most players aren't automatically rolling around expecting a foul...

Russ of the BML 1:51 Thu Feb 14
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Spot on with that one mate. It is fucking embarrassing. Why the fuck would ref's do a Homie handshake?

What I can't stand also is the Homie Handshake with the lean in to touch shoulders. Fuck off.

Alan 12:40 Thu Feb 14
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After Antonio scored against Liverpool someone jumped on his back. He was rubbing his back and limping for the rest of the match.

zico 3:05 Thu Feb 14
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Even the handshake has changed. It seemed at some stage overnight mankind adopted the (and I had to look the name up) Homie Handshake!?!?! Suddenly it's all over sport like a rash, what was wrong with the old gentlemanly style? I can half understand players using it but I cringe when I see the Officials doing it, I mean can you imagine someone doing it at a Job Interview?!??!

claret50 2:07 Thu Feb 14
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Good old fingering and bum tapping are much safer....or even a handshake.😊

arsegrapes 1:39 Thu Feb 14
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Football was always played at school, until our new Welsh PE instructor Rugby fanatic tuned up and introduced Rugby.

Everyone found the rules confusing. First match ended up with someone Rugby tackling another with both teams piling on top, could hear muffled screams but it was all good japes, kid at the bottom ended up with a broken collar bone and ambulance shipped him off to hospital, never played Rugby again after that as it was banned.

East Auckland Hammer 1:02 Thu Feb 14
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Having dogs around, especially male dogs, would probably put an end to the "Pile On" goal celebration though.

gph 1:00 Thu Feb 14
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Only if they can be trained to keep out of the celebrations

Nurse Ratched 12:58 Thu Feb 14
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Are these dogs and cats going to be on the pitch?

gph 12:55 Thu Feb 14
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Build the immune system by having lots of dogs and cats around.

It's interesting that two dogs are better than one, and three are better than two.

The same comparison hasn't been done with cats, but I'd expect similar results.

East Auckland Hammer 12:50 Thu Feb 14
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Yeah but hand wipes or anti-bacterial soap isn't going to help them build their immune systems is it?

It's a dirty world out there, and one day these footballers might find themselves in it.

bruuuno 12:49 Thu Feb 14
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Or a big mass gender change where all the kids jump on the floor and get up a crossgender person

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