3 Famous Mooning

Last week in the Segunda Liga in Portugal, Portuguese player Dally Gbale showing his ass after he scored goal. The fantastically named Dally Innocent Gbale came on as a substitute for SC Freamunde in the Segunda Liga in Portugal, and managed to grab his side a late equaliser against Chaves. In this situation most strikers would either run off like Pippo Inzaghi, or even make a passive aggressive suggestion that they should have been starting ala Carlos Tevez, but Dally decided to go a different route. After first jogging past the opposition fans and giving them the middle finger, the Ivorian striker than calmly pulled down his shorts to reveal his bare ass to the already fed up home supporters. This story is an opportunity to return to three famous mooning 

Claudio GARCIA 
Claudio "Turco" GARCIA returned to Argentine football in 1991 after two seasons in France where he played for Olympique Lyonnais. In 1991 he joined Racing Club de Avellaneda, he was also given his debut for the Argentina national team in 1991. He was part of two Copa América winning campaigns in 1991 and 1993. Even he scored crucial goals for Racing, his huge popularity at Avellaneda started the day when he "Bend It Like Maradona". Indeed Claudio GARCIA was famous for a handling goal versus arch-rival Independiente in a crucial supercopa game in 1992. Racing won the Game 2-1 with this hand-goal. After this Claudio GARCIA was the most hated player for Independiente's loyal fans. And two years after before another derby between the two rivals of Avellaneda, Claudio GARCIA had this answer to the Independiente's fans who insulted him : 

Originally a left-winger, Nelson was later moved back into defence to become a left back. An aggressive, hard-tackling full back, Nelson was a crowd favourite and known for his cheeky sense of humour. Sammy NELSON played in all three of the Gunners' successive FA Cup finals (1978, 1979 and 1980 – but only winning the middle of the three) and this is during the victory campaign of 1979 who he made his famous celebration.. Arsenal's Northern Ireland international left-back, has been suspended for two weeks by his club and fined two weeks' wages for lowering his shorts in front of the crowd after equalizing in the 1-1 draw against Coventry at Highbury on 3 April (1979). He also seems certain to be charged by the FA with bringing the game into disrepute. Nelson's gesture came after he had been barracked by the crowd for putting the ball into his own goal in the first half. The player is extrememly contrite about his behaviour, and the only charitable thing that can be said is that it appeared to be entirely out of character."

CRAZY GANG of Wimbledon
But the mass mooning performed by the Wimbledon players, led by Vinnie Jones in 1988, still takes top billing. After Alan Cork's testimonial, nine of the team stood in the centre circle and dropped their shorts in front of the Plough Lane crowd. John Scales, who was one of them, recalled that the team had won the FA Cup the previous Saturday and had been over-indulging in the product of their sponsor, Carlsberg. "We had cans of the stuff coming out of everywhere," he recalled. "The partying after beating Liverpool at Wembley had gone on and on and was in its third day by then. We were egged on by the fans and were easy bait." Wimbledon were fined £5,000 for failing to control their players and each of the guilty nine had to fork out a further £750.

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