UFWC Own Goals and Oddities Part 2

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Rounding off UFWC Goals Week, our feast of football footage from the Unofficial Football World Championships, here’s Part 2 of our selection of UFWC own goals and oddities, featuring refereeing calamities, various strange goals, and perhaps the worst penalty of all time.

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UFWC Own Goals and Oddities Part 1

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For all the brilliant world-class strikes that the UFWC has produced, it can’t be denied that there have also been plenty of goals that have been much less glorious, though every bit as entertaining for those who enjoy a touch of schadenfreude. As part of UFWC Goals Week, here’s Part 1 of our selection of UFWC own goals and oddities.

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UFWC Top 50 Goals Part 3: 1998-2014

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Welcome to Part 3 of our run-down of the top 50 UFWC goals, as part of UFWC Goal Week. Part 3 brings us right up to date, covering 1998 to 2014. Featured are great goals from Dennis Bergkamp, Karel Poborsky, Michael Owen, Giovanni van Bronckhorst and more – another feast of football footage for you to enjoy.

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UFWC Top 50 Goals Part 2: 1980-1997

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It’s UFWC Goals Week, a five-day feast of football footage, and we’re continuing our run-down of the top 50 UFWC goals with Part 2, covering 1980 to 1997. Included are goals from Zico, Diego Maradona, Gianluca Vialli, Diego Simone, Ryszard Tarasiewicz, Gheorghe Hagi, Faustino Asprilla, Abdulaziz Hassan Bujaloof, Charlie Nicholas and more!

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UFWC Top 50 Goals Part 1: 1948-1979

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Many of the UFWC goals scored in the past 65 years or so can be viewed online. Watching the goals provides further proof of the brilliance of the UFWC – the competition has provided more than its fair share of special goals. I have chosen my favourite 50 goals from those I have seen, in chronological order, with my top ten highlighted along the way. Some of these goals are famous; however, many are not, and they are a treat for all UFWC fans. The numbers in brackets after the description correspond to the approximate time in the video that the goal appears – in each case start a few seconds earlier to enjoy the goal in all its glory.

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