Football is an emotional game, in addition to the combat that takes place on the field. The incidents that take place on and off the pitch are one of the elements that give elegance to the round leather game. Some coaches have shattered their players' confidence and egos, while others have reminded them of their abilities and pushed them to greater heights.
Some players' careers were damaged by their old coaches' comments, while others used it as a challenge to improve and eventually show these coaches what they are capable of. Without a question, the football game is full of thrills and spills.
This article will introduce you to three players that were asked to leave their previous clubs because they were deemed surplus to requirements or not part of the team's plans by the managers. After scoring a goal against their former coaches, the players taunted them with goal celebrations.
In August 2020, Barcelona coach Ronald Koeman warned Luiz Suarez that he was too old to play at the highest level. Because he wasn't a part of the Koeman project, he was anticipated to quit the club. Suarez was dissatisfied with the decision, believing he had been undervalued.
Suarez hunted down his old club and coach by scoring a goal and an assist for Atletico Madrid last night, adding to the pressure on Barcelona coach Ronald Koeman.
Suarez's "calling" goal celebration last night appeared to mock Koeman.
2. Jose Mourinho and Pedro
Jose Mourinho informed Pedro that he would not be taking over as the coach of AS Roma. After Jose Mourinho revealed his plans to Pedro, he had to seek refuge at Lazio.
Pedro scored the opening goal for Lazio against Mourinho's Roma as if it were a vengeance mission, and he doesn't hesitate to show the boss what he's capable of with his goal celebration. Lazio won the match by a score of 3-2.
3. Kevin Ellison and Former Boss
Former Newport County striker Kevin Ellison mocked former Morecambe manager Derek Adams after forcing him to train alone. Following his arrival at the club, Derek Adams released Kevin Ellison on a free transfer. During the Newport County encounter against his previous club, Ellison came on as a substitute.
After scoring a goal, he humiliated his former coach by screaming in his face. Keven slammed his old boss for pushing him to train alone while at his previous club.
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