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(The Sports Bank.net)   We have an early favorite for "Best World Cup Goal Celebration Dance"   ( thesportsbank.net) divider line
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2014-06-15 08:37:12 AM  
The same little dance he does after every goal in the BPL is the best World Cup goal celebration?
2014-06-15 09:22:31 AM  

Dust: The same little dance he does after every goal in the BPL is the best World Cup goal celebration?

Same thing I was thinking. Although we haven't seen many great WC goal celebrations yet, so the pickings are slim.

In fairness to Sturridge, his dance has evolved a bit, and it's much better than what he did originally

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2014-06-15 12:35:42 PM  
I was hoping more for a Brazilian pole dancer.
2014-06-15 12:44:58 PM  
Here he is surprising some young fans at their school, includes "dancing" linky-link
2014-06-15 05:26:35 PM  
The best celebration will involved hot Brazillian women taking off their clothes and dancing.
2014-06-15 05:35:26 PM  
meh.  Even the celebration dances are boring.
2014-06-15 09:24:38 PM  
After Ivory Coast took the lead vs Japan:
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and Colombia's team dance too:
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2014-06-15 10:19:55 PM  
black people dancing??  I've never seen this before!
2014-06-16 08:23:14 AM  
This link is stupid and soccer is stupid.
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