The Only Player That Was Banned For Life Because of his Goal Celebration and Fined €50 000

In sports, an objective festival is the act of praising the scoring of an objective. The festival is ordinarily performed by the goalscorer, and may include their colleagues, the supervisor or training staff or the supporters of the group. 

 

Alot of players as we probably am aware, have their own remarkable method of celebrating when they score objectives, The hop from Cristiano Ronaldo, the kissing of hand from Suarez, quick murmur festivity of Neymar from Usain jolt, and a few players take to reverse somersaults while some simply show the affection moan with their hand.We realize that once a player takes off his shirt on the field of play, it's A card deserving of fence regardless of whether you're celebrating. 

 

The Greek footballer was been restricted for life from playing for the national group in the wake of making a Nazi salute. AEK Athens midfielder Giorgos Katidis, 20, made the motion to praise his triumphant objective during a Saturday coordinate. 

 

 

Giorgos Katidis (Greek: Γιώργος Κατίδης; brought into the world 12 February 1993) is a Greek expert footballer who plays as an assaulting midfielder.

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