Making a goal and not celebrate because you play your former team is so ridiculous, isn't it?


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Most Helpful Girl

  • Yes. Very ridiculous...

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Most Helpful Guy

  • It's not ridiculous at all. it shows respect. Of course you don't have to. And you don't have to keep doing that either. Just in the beginning to show your appreciation for the club you just left.
    Side not: celebrating isn't even necessary

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What Girls Said 1

  • yes, it is.

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What Guys Said 2

  • Do you wanna hear something weird?
    Bacon sausage conveyor Ganges shuttle to Wallington County Grammar School.

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  • no, it's out of respect.

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    • You make a goal and you shoul be happy

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    • they may understand. just saying, if a player has left a club, they may want to respect. i've seen this many times in top European leagues, and little has happened on the old or new team... but then, meh, looks like you cannot handle discussions, perhaps you're not normal socially..

    • You can support the team you once played for and still celebrate your goal

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