I wasn’t upset. I just asked a question. A pretty valid question. Responses like “Don’t get Too upset “ to a message that wasn’t in any way upset, shows I probably wasted my time replying to you. The youth of today always have the same type of response when they have no real answer.Aw sorry try not to get too upset
Funnily enough, Giggs actually spent his most prolific season in 93/94 by celebrating goals with an even more subdued celebration – a slow stoney-faced walk, head down, lone finger in the air. It wasn't until May of that season that he finally gave up the ruse.You’d have never seen Giggs and Sharpe doing this kind of thing.
Spot on . You have to question folks sanity when they are annoyed at a goal celebration. In fact folk are just constantly wanting to be offend by something these days. Next we will hear , that Casemiro and his stupid smiling after he scores.
I agree.I don't think it's that hard to get -
He obviously needed to knuckle down and focus and I think he realised that after ETH dropped him for being late.
Now he's reaping the rewards of hard work and focus. Pointing to his head is purely a way to symbolise that.
That's what I think anyway.