Monday, March 19, 2012

Snorting The Endline - Kei Kamara's Irish Jig

A long, long time ago we tried to start a soccer website; thought we were writers or something....

It was called "Snorting the Endline" named after Robbie Fowler's infamous goal celebration and one of our favorites of all-time. That site failed miserably. I mean who would want to read our ramblings!?!?!

The name, however, will live on in a new feature we're bringing to the Free Beer Movement. American soccer culture is just as much about what happens on the field and some of the greatest contributions to this culture are the creative celebrations that occur during the aftermath of scoring a goal. Some are premeditated while others are spur-of-the-moment.

We want to capture all of them in recognition of their contribution to American soccer culture. Welcome to "Snorting the Endline."


Sporting KC made easy work of the New England Revolution, winning 3-0, but it was the second goal of the match that celebrated in the St. Patrick's Day spirit by Kei Kamara.

Kamara is no stranger to silliness and his rebound goal off his own shot proved to be the perfect opportunity to dance away the Irish holiday.

Kamara slid to the turf, but then popped up and ran to the signboards in front of the "Caudron" supporters section where forward C.J. Sapong joined him. Two "Irish" hats were tossed from the crowd and the pair danced a little jig.

Surprisingly, no cards were issued by the ref!

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  1. hahaha that is a funny picture, what was he doing down there?? LOL and the video was even funnier, I could not stop laughing, I love the video as our friend Josh Tarrant said on here, nice celebration indeed-1


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