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Aberdeen’s Ryan Jack Scores Slightly Underwhelming Goal From Half-Way Line (Video)

By Alan Duffy

Yes it’s a goal from practically the half-way line and yes it demonstrates impressive vision and technique from the goal-scorer. However, in this case, Ryan Jack’s long-range goal for Abderdeen in their 2-1 win against St Johnstone is a rather tame affair, all things considered. The ball bounces three times before finding the back of the net, while goalkeeper Peter Enckelman, once of Aston Villa, looks on when he arguably could’ve dived on the ball.

Still, it’s well worth another look!

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By Alan Duffy on December 14th, 2011 in Scottish football, Skills, Videos. 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.

6 Responses to “Aberdeen’s Ryan Jack Scores Slightly Underwhelming Goal From Half-Way Line (Video)”

  1. Tinez says:

    Arguably, I could have dove on that from France and still got a hand to it.

  2. tendon not is says:

    LMAO….just in case we all forgot encklemen’s genius

  3. Kacker says:

    surely he could have stopped that?!

  4. I Rate says:


  5. Anonymous says:

    He wouldn’t have gotten to it. You can see that on the last replay.

  6. Fat Nakago says:

    He could have at LEAST made a futile effort….

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