1. Cavan, Ireland
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    29 Jun '07 22:25
    Has anyone on this site seen Anders Vazquez's Goal for Gotenburg against Orebro
    He put his left foot behind his right (harry kewell style) and with the outside of his left foot he lobbed the keeper who was only a yard or two of his line from outside the box
    Unbelivable

    This interview shows the goal but i don't understand swedish so don't ask me what there saying


    http://ie.youtube.com/watch?v=ltEaUSTiIZQ


    Show some love for the kid he's only 19 - it's the best goal i've ever seen

    check it out the goal is .......... you have to see it
  2. Standard memberrhb
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    29 Jun '07 22:29
    He said it was a cross, and he was lucky to score. He then talks about Madonna.

    😉😛
  3. Standard memberRagnorak
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    29 Jun '07 22:56
    Originally posted by John1916
    Has anyone on this site seen Anders Vazquez's Goal for Gotenburg against Orebro
    He put his left foot behind his right (harry kewell style) and with the outside of his left foot he lobbed the keeper who was only a yard or two of his line from outside the box
    Unbelivable

    This interview shows the goal but i don't understand swedish so don't ask me what t ...[text shortened]... the best goal i've ever seen

    check it out the goal is .......... you have to see it
    He obviously can't kick the ball with his right.

    D
  4. Standard membercadwah
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    29 Jun '07 22:58
    Originally posted by John1916
    He put his left foot behind his right (harry kewell style)
    Ha ha ha oh stop ha ha ha your killing me. ha ha
  5. Bramall Lane
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    29 Jun '07 23:44
    This clip is ancient now... Soccer AM were showing this 2 months ago!

    The goal's a total fluke by the way...
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