The Latest Top Ten Shocked Soccer Moments Mei 20, 2010Posted by aditkus in Football and Futsal.
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2010, Togo Soccer Players Shot in Ambush
Before Togo opening match on Africa Cup, their bus was attacked by armed people in Angola’s Border, Cabinda. Coach Assistant, Amelete Abalo,, and a journalist, Stanislas Ocloo, killed. Togo withdrawn from tournament.
2009, Clash Between Egypt and Alzajair
World cup qualification match between Egypt against its rival oponent, alzajair, ended chaos at qualifiacation round in Sudan. Alzajair’s bus was attacked, made some players injured and continued by clash between supporters both team. Not only in Cairo and Khartoum but also spreaded until some European cities such as Marseille, Paris, and London.
2009, Henry’s hand
Agregat draw Score 1-1 at 13’ extra time in world cup 2010 qualification match, France against Ireland. France captain, Thierry Henry use his hand to controled the ball and gave an assist to William Gallas and ended by a goal. France definitely got a ticket to South Africa with many critism.
2009, Disaster at Ivory Coast Stadium
Felix Houphouet Stadium in Boigny, Abidjan, passed security test for hold world cup 2010 qualification match. 22 people killed because high crowded within stadium. Those 22 people was illegal supporters which entered the stadium without pay any money for tickets. The match keep going until the last minutes even have a bloody incident, Ivory Cost won over Malawi 5-0.
2006, Zidane’s Headshot
Zidane cs brought France pass to World cup Final against italy. Zinedine Zidane headed Marco Materazzi chest after that Italian Player said something about his Family. This moment almost missed, but the fourth referee, Luis Medina Cantalejo, reported to main referee, Horacio Elizando then gave Zidane red card.
2006, Wealthy from World Cup
Vice president of FIFA, Jack Warner, underpressure and this was not the first time. When all world cup tickets for Trinidad and Tobago aimed to Warner Family’s Travel agent. Warner, his wife, and his two sons became director of a company named Simpaul. Revealed that they not sold those tickets seperated but offered “travel package” include world cup ticket if without tour travel package they will get gain more than 1.600 pounds each package.
2006, Calciopoli Scandals
Big scandal already revealed in Italian Football history and bring big shame to Italian public. Champions Juventus have been hardest hit – now the only one of the four clubs relegated to the second division, and stripped of their last two Serie A titles, and had 17 points deducted from next season’s total, and been told to play their first three home games at a neutral venue.
Lazio and Fiorentina have been reinstated to Serie A, but with points deductions, while AC Milan remain in Serie A but minus eight points.
2006, Corrupt Referees In Germany
Germany referee, Hoyzer, jailed because involved a fix match sindicate. The suspiciousness started from Germany Cup, Hamburd lead 2-0. He gave a red card to a Hamburg player and 2 peculiar penalties to host, Paderborn won the match with score 4-2.
2004, Drug Scandal at Juventus
Juventus Domination at Italy and european football become a question when judge Giuseppe Casalbore sentenced Agricola to 22 months in jail for supplying Juventus players with performance-enhancing drugs, including the banned blood-boosting hormone erythropoietin (EPO), between 1994 and 1998. Agricola was also barred from practising medicine for 22 months and fined €2,000 (£1,390).
2003, Foe’s Death
Cameroon soccer player Marc-Vivien Foe, died during a Confederations Cup semi-final game against Colombia in Lyon, France. Cause of death was not released. He was 28. The six-foot-three midfielder collapsed minutes before the match ended. He was placed on a stretcher, carried off the field and treated by doctors, but he could not be revived. The FIFA announced Foe’s death minutes after the match ended in Cameroon’s favor. Foe played with Cameroon’s Canon Yaounde, France’s Lens, England’s West Ham United, Lyon and Manchester City. Though he represented Cameroon 65 times and played in the World Cup, Foe also experienced some career setbacks. In 1998, he broke his leg prior to the finals, and in 2000, he contracted malaria.