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12 July 2010

Soccer superstitions

Tiresomely eccentric French manager Raymond Domenech has supposedly said that isn't superstitious, as it brings bad luck. But superstitions are rife among footballers.

Tiresomely eccentric French manager Raymond Domenech has supposedly said that isn't superstitious, as it brings bad luck. But superstitions are rife among footballers.

Several players, such as William Gallas of France, insist on being the last player out onto the pitch, and some have been known to sit in the loo until everyone else has left, to ensure this. Arsenal player Kolo Toure, once missed the start of the second half of a championship match, waiting for Gallas to go on field, so that he could himself be the last player to emerge.

 
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