17. The Dad Dance.
My famous by: Sir Alex Ferguson & Brian Kidd. Like a modern day Fred & Ginger.
15. The Trouble Maker.
Made famous by: Luis Suarez. After then Everton manager David Moyes suggested Suarez dives, this was the Uruguayan’s reaction to putting Liverpool ahead in the Merseyside derby. He’s nothing if not consistent.
13. The Psycho.
Made famous by: Stuart Pearce. Six years after missing a penalty that helped to knock England out of a World Cup semi-final, Pearce had redemption at Euro ‘96. He seems happy about it.
12. The Raging Bull.
Made famous by: Temuri Ketsbaia. He’s obviously more of a Nike fan.
11. The Passion of the Footballer.
Made famous by: Marco Tardelli. See, Alan Shearer. That’s how you do it.
10. The Robot.
Made famous by: Peter Crouch. The most depressing robot since Marvin the Paranoid Android.
6. The Dentist’s Chair.
Made famous by: Paul “Gazza” Gascoigne. Gazza and co had been photographed playing a dentist’s chair-based drinking game a few weeks before, so when he scored one of football’s great goals against Scotland there was only one option.
4. The Phil Brown.
Made famous by: Jimmy Bullard. A year earlier in the same fixture Hull manager Phil Brown, embarrassed by his team’s performance, gave his halftime talk on the pitch. 12 months later his players got their own back.
3. The Klinsmann Dive.
Made famous by: Jurgen Klinsmann. Nearly 20 years later and it’s still one of the most iconic celebrations in the game.
2. The Catherine Wheel.
Made famous by: Trésor Lomana LuaLua. He then proceeded to throw up all over St James’ Park.