Sunday Golazos

Sunday Golazos

Post by Ariel Mazzarel » Wed, 13 Apr 1994 10:20:55


1. Some guy playing for Genoa,  I think they said that he was
Irish,  anyway he's black & bald,  dribbled through 3 players,
running over 40 meters,  gets inside the penalty box,  shoots
at the far post,  the goalie touches it pretty hard but the
ball takes a soft arch to the upper corner.

2. Asprilla,  playing for Parma,  takes the ball near the
semicircle,  with his back to the goal and two defenders behind
him.  He nudges the ball along with two soft lifts,  and on the
second he places the ball between the two defenders,  spins and
arcs it softly over the goalie and into the external upper corner.

3. 3 free kicks for Peppe Signori from about 25 meters,  against
Zenga,  three goals.

Not in Serie A:

Either of Zaguinho's goals for America against Necaxa.  The best
one was the first one,  he scoops up a pass between the last and
penultimate defenders,  running diagonally through the semicircle.
Goalie comes out to stop him,  so he just keeps running towards the
side,  gets past him,  spins and lofts the ball high,  straight
over a retreating defender and into the goal-- a shot of about
25 meters.  

Ariel

 
 
 

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Post by Arturo Villasen » Wed, 13 Apr 1994 12:09:45


Quote:

>1. Some guy playing for Genoa,  I think they said that he was
>Irish,  anyway he's black & bald,  dribbled through 3 players,
>running over 40 meters,  gets inside the penalty box,  shoots
>at the far post,  the goalie touches it pretty hard but the
>ball takes a soft arch to the upper corner.

>2. Asprilla,  playing for Parma,  takes the ball near the
>semicircle,  with his back to the goal and two defenders behind
>him.  He nudges the ball along with two soft lifts,  and on the
>second he places the ball between the two defenders,  spins and
>arcs it softly over the goalie and into the external upper corner.

>3. 3 free kicks for Peppe Signori from about 25 meters,  against
>Zenga,  three goals.

>Not in Serie A:

>Either of Zaguinho's goals for America against Necaxa.  The best
>one was the first one,  he scoops up a pass between the last and
>penultimate defenders,  running diagonally through the semicircle.
>Goalie comes out to stop him,  so he just keeps running towards the
>side,  gets past him,  spins and lofts the ball high,  straight
>over a retreating defender and into the goal-- a shot of about
>25 meters.  

>Ariel

Actually, the first player mentioned is Blind/Dutchman from Genoa. Indeed,
what a helluva run. Verdadero GOLAZO.
The second player was the Paname~o Dely-Valdes from Cagliari. His palomito
was so baaad, even the ***in' referi shook his hand. Que GOLAZO! This was
a masterful 5-6 seconds of ball handling.
If only Signori could play like this for the Azzuri and not just Lazio,
Italy would be serious contenders, but I still thnk they are capable.
However, he scored against Atalanta, soon to be Serie B and I think
Zenga might have stood a better chance of stopping at least one.
What's up man, that's three mistaken identities, were you hittin' the
hard stuff last night?

Arturo

 
 
 

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Post by Ariel Mazzarel » Wed, 13 Apr 1994 14:00:34

Quote:


>>[Lots of mistakes]
>What's up man, that's three mistaken identities, were you hittin' the
>hard stuff last night?

I can get you some,  if you ask me nicely.

Ariel

 
 
 

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Post by Jos Coen » Wed, 13 Apr 1994 17:25:33




* *1. Some guy playing for Genoa,  I think they said that he was
* *Irish,  anyway he's black & bald,  dribbled through 3 players,
* *running over 40 meters,  gets inside the penalty box,  shoots
* *at the far post,  the goalie touches it pretty hard but the
* *ball takes a soft arch to the upper corner.
* *
[deletia]
* Actually, the first player mentioned is Blind/Dutchman from Genoa. Indeed,
* what a helluva run. Verdadero GOLAZO.
[more deletia]
* What's up man, that's three mistaken identities, were you hittin' the
* hard stuff last night?
*
* Arturo

Hee, hee, I love those flames that replace mistakes by even more stupid
mistakes. The guy was Marciano Vink, and believe you me he doesn't even
look like Blind.

Jos

 
 
 

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Post by Arturo Villasen » Thu, 14 Apr 1994 05:09:26


Quote:




>* *1. Some guy playing for Genoa,  I think they said that he was
>* *Irish,  anyway he's black & bald,  dribbled through 3 players,
>* *running over 40 meters,  gets inside the penalty box,  shoots
>* *at the far post,  the goalie touches it pretty hard but the
>* *ball takes a soft arch to the upper corner.
>* *
>[deletia]
>* Actually, the first player mentioned is Blind/Dutchman from Genoa. Indeed,
>* what a helluva run. Verdadero GOLAZO.
>[more deletia]
>* What's up man, that's three mistaken identities, were you hittin' the
>* hard stuff last night?
>*
>* Arturo

>Hee, hee, I love those flames that replace mistakes by even more stupid
>mistakes. The guy was Marciano Vink, and believe you me he doesn't even
>look like Blind.

>Jos

Yeah, yeah, yeah. What a ***-up I made. Thanks for the correction, Jos.
Danny Blind with a suntan and a bald head, eh?

Arturo

 
 
 

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Post by Christopher S. All » Thu, 14 Apr 1994 07:08:13

Quote:

>Either of Zaguinho's goals for America against Necaxa.  The best
>one was the first one,  he scoops up a pass between the last and
>penultimate defenders,  running diagonally through the semicircle.
>Goalie comes out to stop him,  so he just keeps running towards the
>side,  gets past him,  spins and lofts the ball high,  straight
>over a retreating defender and into the goal-- a shot of about
>25 meters.  

Yes, both were very nice!

I have a question on Zaguinho, however, has ANYONE EVER seen this guy use
his right foot on the ball?

I have seen him play live and on TV a number of times, and I have NEVER seen
him use his right foot even to change pace.

Ariel probably can come up with some sort of a prize for those who can
document any TOUCH of the ball with his right, let alone a goal.

Cheers, Chris

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Post by Gustavo Rodriguez-Rive » Thu, 14 Apr 1994 07:58:31

  Zaguinio uses his right foot only for runing... but he's a good player

 
 
 

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Post by Matthew Lehr » Thu, 14 Apr 1994 15:39:16


Quote:

>  Zaguinio uses his right foot only for runing... but he's a good player

I saw him score on a spectacular right-footed volley earlier this season.
Of course, I don't remember exactly when or who the match was against. I'm
sure our friend Roger Rios-Mercado could enlighten us...

Matthew Lehrer

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Post by Christopher S. All » Fri, 15 Apr 1994 06:35:46

Quote:

>  Zaguinio uses his right foot only for runing... but he's a good player

Gustavo,

I am not saying he isn't a good player, he is a great one, but It is really
strange to see him make a special effort to use his left foot at times when
a quick touch with the right would seem so much more appropriate.

I wonder how many more defenders he would fool completely if he used his
right foot even once in a while?

Cheers, Chris

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