Shocking flying kick tackle caught on camera

By Brooks Peck at the Dirty Tackle, Yahoo!7 February 20, 2013, 12:05 pm

A horror flying kick tackle from a goalkeeper (or perhaps karate master) at an U-17s friendly has been caught on camera.

According to 101 Great Goals, this video comes from a friendly between French sides AS Villaret and SOM, but the moment of impact feels like it happened to you.

After receiving a backpass, the goalkeeper tries to get the ball around an opponent in the box, but it gets away from him and a second attacker beats him to it.

So, the goalkeeper neutralizes the threat and liquifies his opponent's intestines by delivering a flying boot to his midsection with the force of a car crash.

We don't know if the victim survived that kick, but if he did, he will be giving birth to the goalkeeper's boot in about nine months.

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  1. bluebag07:37am Thursday 21st February 2013 ESTReport Abuse

    The keeper should have received a Red card, but then we are delivering kicks all round. We are going to kick Gillard out, and it looks like we have kicked the #$%$ out for this year. Go Sea Shephard.

  2. Big Kev 13311:50pm Wednesday 20th February 2013 ESTReport Abuse

    As a referee I'd send the keeper off and it always annoys me how much protection most referees give them in the goal area. The rules simply say that they can use their hands on a particular part of the field. In my view thats the only difference they have from any other player and all other rules are applied. This was an extremely foul tackle and should deserve a RED card.

  3. Gordon11:43pm Wednesday 20th February 2013 ESTReport Abuse

    Metaphorically speaking, that's the kind of kick (out of government) that Ju-liar Lizard can expect from the Australian public in September! What a pleasure it'll be to see!

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  4. paul11:03pm Wednesday 20th February 2013 ESTReport Abuse

    a bad tackle non the less, but he had already committed to the tackle before the other guy had kicked it!

  5. Stacy09:32pm Wednesday 20th February 2013 ESTReport Abuse

    What a way to make martial artists look bad! That "kick" (if you can call it that, bad technique, if you ask me, and a dog act in a game of soccer) is just that, a kick, and not a martial arts type of kick. How about changing the title of the article on the front page, and remove the references to martial arts, instead of giving the art a bad name in something it has nothing to do with. And yes, I am a Kung Fu student.

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  6. Brett M07:05pm Wednesday 20th February 2013 ESTReport Abuse

    Being forced to endure a 30 second pathetic ad before a 28second video is absolutely ludicrous. Pull your head in Yahoo. Fair enough - you can read the text article but REALLY. Even TV puts you to shame. I wander how long this post will last - but I had to give my two cents!

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  7. expletive deleted06:47pm Wednesday 20th February 2013 ESTReport Abuse

    and talking about dirty tactics ,how about those greens?............

  8. expletive deleted06:45pm Wednesday 20th February 2013 ESTReport Abuse

    leg was already extended so it was more push than kick -intentional though.payback perhaps?

  9. Andrew06:16pm Wednesday 20th February 2013 ESTReport Abuse

    He was going for the ball.....I mean balls.

  10. craig05:15pm Wednesday 20th February 2013 ESTReport Abuse

    ban him for good!




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