Every time Luis Figo takes a penalty kick. He does a little bit of a suspect stutterstep. He does it on all his PK's. And i'm wondering is it really alowed? Or is he just allowed because he's Luis Figo?:angel:
Exactly. This "stutterstep" (funny term) is meant to fool the goalie into revealing which side he'll jump to. It's not exactly legal, but almost all refs allow it, as technically it's not illegal either. As MAD Fan said, it would be illegal if the penalty taker actually stopped or faked the kick; "pacing" his run in order to fool the goalie is tolerated. Even though it drives the opposition's supporters out of their minds.MxPx said:It´s simply one of those things you have no problem with as long as it´s one of your favs who does it.
Smart fella! Signori has the most accurate feet I ever seen. He's great for penalties, corners, freekicks and his game in the run of play is also just as good. These are some of the things that have made him my favourite player EVER. roud:tonjaw said:but concerning the best PK taker i'll choose giuseppe signori and romario