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Russian U15s Game Plays Host To World Class ‘Rainbow Flick’ Volley (Video)

By Chris Wright

This is donkey’s years old in internet years (nearly six whole days) but definitely worth a squirt all the same. We join the action mid-way through FC Alushta Krym’s game against Kirovograd (fun fact: Andrei Kanchelskis was born in Kirovograd) in a local Russian/Ukrainian U15s league, right before Alushta’s Aleksandr Litvenenko does something rather special…

Now, young Aleksandr may never make it into the professional game, but those are the kind of sublime goals that define Sunday League careers. Have I ever told you about the goal I scored against top-of-the-league Mickleover Jets on Darley Fields? The cross came over and… *fades into gentle static*.

Thanks to Pies fan Mortal Wombat (who specifically asked to be name-checked as such!) for the tip-off.

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By Chris on October 8th, 2012 in 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.

One Response to “Russian U15s Game Plays Host To World Class ‘Rainbow Flick’ Volley (Video)”

  1. I thought Aleksandr Litvinenko was the guy that was killed by radiation poisoning.

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