Gheorge Hagi Son Ianis Hagi Scoring a Cracker !


Gheorge Hagi is one of the European greats and renowned for scoring amazing goals at the highest levels of the game.

Like Father like Son,Ianis Hagi plays for the Romanian U15’s squad who is managed by his dads former teammate Florin Răducioiu ,and scored this cracker playing against Turkey U15’s, and it seems he is definitely one to watch for the future and is already being dubbed a future legend in the Romanian press.

Arguably One Of The Greatest Goals You Will Ever Witness Ever !


Check out this absolute gem all the way from the Paraguayan Lower Leagues. Javier Portillo ran just under 80 yards and evaded 8 tackles to slot home and create a portion of footballing genius and tenacity ! all this despite tumbling over half way through.

 

 

 

 

Jack Butland Pulls Off A Tekkers World Class Save In Training


This is the England U21’s training session in preparation for the Playoff 2nd Leg against Serbia.Raheem Sterling bends a shot at goal and the rest is history !

Wonder-goal Laser Beams Into The Goal ! Rare !


Rafael Porcellis plays in the Portuguese Second Division and while most of Europe’s top leagues are taking a break for the International fixtures, Rafael Porcellis certainly is not and is taking this opportunity to the fullest with this laser beam of a scissor kick smashing into the back of the net ! This kind of footage is rare and if a goal of this magnitude was scored in the Premier League, then people would be  talking about it for years and when Ronaldo or Messi does it they are elevated to astronomical levels ….. move over boys … take a bow Porcellis !

 

 

 

Kennedy Bakircioglu 45 Yard FreeKick !


Kennedy Bakircioglu is a player most football manager players will remember for his in-game heroics and recently he has been showing why. Bakircioglu followed up his stunning goal from a corner with an equally impressive wonder-goal !

The Hammarby player saw that the goalkeeper was a few yards off his line and took advantage with a beautiful strike !

 

 

 

Gerardo Bedoya gets his 41st Red Card !


Gerardo Bedoya is certainly not shy in the tackle or a player that holds any moral compass on the field of play.Gerardo has just received what is reported as his 41st red card of his career in the derby Bogota game between Millonarios and Independiente Santa Fe.The game was a fiery affair which saw the referee hand out two red cards for each team in which none were more brutal than the overly aggressive loose cannon Bedoya Red Card. Bedoya elbowed Yhonny Ramirez and while he was down , just to make sure he sabotaged his own season and career he stamps on Yhonny Ramirez forehead before being wrestled off the field and the pure arrogance of this man shone through as he pleaded his case to the referee !!

After reviewing the case the Dimayor’s disciplinary committee handed him a 15 match ban which means that the only way he can play again this season is if the club reach the championship final, he was also fined 1,227,850 Colombian pesos equivalent to $5,000

As I watched the video I noticed that the stamp looked weak and more of a flick out which couldn’t have caused much damage !, but then I saw the picture below of the damage done to the victim ! … looks painful and sore !

Serbian Amateur Player Scores Worlds Fastest Goal


Vuk Bakic of GSP Polet scored a goal any player would be proud of in their match against Dorcol. Bakic hit a first time shot from the kick off which sailed over the keeper and bounced in the goal !.Although it was an incredible strike there was a case to answer for the goal not being allowed to stand as the rules state that all players must be in their own half on any kick off and with the Bakic goal there was a player encroaching the Dorcol half which technically means there is a case to state it shouldn’t have been allowed but it is a fantastic strike ! There have also been talk of players not being able to score from kick off which is actually untrue as FIFA Law 8 describes “a goal may be scored directly from kick-off”. The referee can be forgiven for being unsure as this was an unusual occurrence in which GSP Polet went on to win 4-1 and Bakic went on to take his place in football Folklore.