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    "If you've been injured through no fault of your own you could be entitled to compensation. If you're unsure if you could claim, I recommend you call Accident Advice Helpline."

    Esther Rantzen

    Most dangerous football celebrations: The ‘Klinsmann’ slide


    He came to these shores with a fearsome reputation for scoring goals that was matched only by his alleged tendency to, shall we say, make the most of any contact in the penalty area. However, Jurgen Klinsmann soon won admirers from far outside his adoring Tottenham Hotspur fans for his tongue and cheek ‘diving’ celebration…..

    Most dangerous football celebrations: The team bundle


    Andres Iniesta at the 2010 World Cup for Spain. Ben Watson in the 2013 FA Cup Final for Wigan. Ryan Giggs in the last game of the 2007-2008 season for Manchester United. The biggest goals all have one thing in common: they are celebrated by a massive team bundle. Whilst all thoughts of health and….

    Most dangerous football celebrations: the LuaLua multiple backflip


    As a result of 15 years’ experience in all areas of personal injury compensation, Accident Advice Helpline have amassed expert knowledge when it comes to sports injuries. Over the last few years, many players have been criticised for putting too much time into their goal celebrations and not enough time towards actually scoring a goal…..

    Most dangerous football celebrations: The ‘LuaLua’ multiple backflip


    As a result of 13 years’ experience in all areas of personal injury compensation, Accident Advice Helpline has amassed expert knowledge when it comes to sports injuries. Over the last few years, many players have been criticised for putting too much time into their goal celebrations and not enough time towards actually putting the ball….

    Most dangerous football celebrations: the Ian Wright salmon


    When goals are scored in football, there have been many different celebrations seen on TV. One of the more infamous celebrations is Ian Wright doing ‘the salmon.’ This could appear at first like he has had a fall, but he actually launches himself onto the ground as if he is a salmon which has been caught. This….

    Most dangerous football celebrations: The ‘Ian Wright’ salmon


    When goals are scored in football there have been many different celebrations seen on TV. One of the more infamous celebrations is Ian Wright doing the ‘salmon’. This could appear at first like he has had a slip, trip or fall but he actually launches himself onto the ground as if he is a salmon….

    Most dangerous football celebrations: The ‘Nani’ somersault


    Football celebrations have come a long way from Brazilian striker Bebeto’’s iconic ‘rocking the baby’ moves at the 1994 USA World Cup. In the modern game, the celebration is almost as important as the goal itself. Can football celebrations cause accidents at work? Whilst Alan Shearer’’s traditional one-hand-in-the-air salute was never going to cause any….

    Most dangerous football celebrations: The ‘Martins’ multiple backflip


    In modern football, the perfect goal needs the perfect celebration to match. In fact, it doesn’’t matter even if it’s a tap-in, a scuffed cross or deflected free-kick, it seems that any goal must be celebrated in the most extravagant manner possible. Gone are the days when players would simply turn back to the centre….

    Most dangerous football celebrations: Ketsbaia hoardings kick


    Every Saturday, thousands of people in the UK head down to their local football club in the hopes of enjoying a good game and a home win. Watching the football live is all about soaking up the atmosphere, drinking in the drama and witnessing weird and wonderful events, which will stay engrained in your memory….

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