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World Cup Vine: Argentina Defender Marcos Rojo Pulls Off Cheeky Rabona Clearance In Own Box

By Alan Duffy

Brazil Soccer WCup Argentina Bosnia

“Get rid, son….”

Marcus Rojo’s cheeky rabona clearance in the Argentina box during the game against Bosnia Herzegovina was the kind of decision which would have the likes of Sam Allardyce pulling their hair out.

Still, feck playing it safe, the audacity of it all should be applauded…

(Vine: Roberto Kusabbi)

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By Alan Duffy on June 15th, 2014 in International football, Newsnow, Skills, Vine, World Cup. 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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3 Responses to “World Cup Vine: Argentina Defender Marcos Rojo Pulls Off Cheeky Rabona Clearance In Own Box”

  1. Sweet says:

    One of Di Maria’s crosses in the Champion’s League final was done like that – an Argentinian thing, perhaps?

  2. bob says:

    di maria also played a great pass that way yesterday…. its just they’re more confident and can dare to do it

  3. Cell says:

    Playing safe is exactly what he is doing, he did that just because he was afraid to use his right foot, his weaker, and rojo is a central defender who plays as a left fullback for argentina and isnt that good with the ball, he just did that like di Maria does most of the times, just to avios using his right foot

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