Jamaican midfielder Andre Lewis will need to work on his technique this pre-season, but we're not talking about his ball control.
We've all been there. Be it during a kick-a-round with friends, a heated game of five-a-sides, or that crucial Sunday league game. You score a vital goal, you wheel away in celebration. Now you have a decision to make. What is your celebration of choice?
There is the classic one had in the air, Alan Shearer style. It's simple, it's understated, it's a classic. Or you could go with the more flamboyant attempt. Summon the skills of Julius Aghahowa, Obafemi Martins or Kenwyne Jones, do a cartwhell, a few tumbles followed by an impressive somersault.
You could also try and make the celebration your own. Robbie Keane's famous forward roll gun salute or Thierry Henry's quite stare. Even Cantona, stood there with his collar up, not giving a care in the world.
What you don't want to do is make a complete mess of yourself. Step forward Vancouver Whitecaps midfielder Andre Lewis. He popped up at the back post to score the winner in a friendly against the UVic Vikes, then went for the acrobatic celebration.
It's not only tactics the Whitecap players will have to work on in training. What ever happened to a good old fashioned knee slide?
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