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Football Vine: Birmingham Boss Lee Clarke Does A Temuri Ketsbaia, Gives Hoarding A Good Celebratory Kicking

By Alan Duffy

Once considered a star of Manchester United’s future, Federico Macheda has, as yet, failed to make the grade at Old Trafford (he is still a United player), but for Birmingham on Wednesday night, the Italian struck twice to earn the Blues a last gasp draw against Burnley and send his manager Lee Clarke into a bit of a frenzy.

Clarke’s celebratory kicking the bejaysus out of the hoardings is a rather fabulous Vine) and reminds us of Newcastle nutter Temuri Ketsbaia’s infamous and utterly bizarre celebration back in 1998 against Bolton. We’ve included that too for the younger viewers.

Vine: Dan Mason

Video: Julien Lim

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By Alan Duffy on March 12th, 2014 in Birmingham City, Championship, Newsnow, Videos, Vine. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0 feed. You can leave a response, or trackback from your own site.
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6 Responses to “Football Vine: Birmingham Boss Lee Clarke Does A Temuri Ketsbaia, Gives Hoarding A Good Celebratory Kicking”

  1. savage says:

    as a blues fan, i’ve been very impressed with lee clarke this season, especially for snapping up macheda with the little funds we have. macheda has been very good too, i think the chapionship is more his calling. im always glad to see blues make the pies

  2. DoodlePoodle says:

    He was trying to get the dirt off his shoes. Look carefully.

  3. DoodlePoodle says:

    If you look at this video carefully then you will notice that it has been directed by Stanley Kubrick

  4. Joe says:

    Additional titbit: Temuri Ketsbaia was Lee Clark’s replacement at Newcastle when the latter moved on to the dark side.

  5. bestie says:

    Temuri Ketsbaia resurrected his career after Newcastle by ending up in Cyprus

  6. […] 7. Birmingham manager Lee Clark has been caught on a vine doing a “Temuri Ketsbaia” by giving the advertising boards a good kicking. (Who Ate all the Pies) […]

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