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The great stupidities in football history

The great stupidities in football history
Depor was league champion in the 2000 hand Jabo Irureta.

The deed of Leicester City in the Premier 2015/16 It has already passed into history of modern football as the greatest living memory machada. But nevertheless, football before and not long ago, has other great deeds of teams snuck when nobody expected and got a big surprise. We tell some of the great stupidities in football history.

Cagliari 1969/70: He won the Series that year with a phenomenal Gigi Riva as star and top scorer. The Italian side, Today it would be unthinkable to see him win the Serie A but in the early 70 He managed to be crowned with the title.

Lazio 1973/74: the Italian box was full-fledged machada. And not because Lazio are not historical but because that group of”guns” killing was carried off the field. There were two bands and made life impossible. Yet they won the Scudetto that year despite wanting to kill each other. If you want to know the story of pistols, Football threats and 70's, we tell you in this article.

Lazio won the Scudetto in 1974 a team divided into two families of criminals.
Lazio won the Scudetto in 1974 a team divided into two families of criminals.

Nottingham Forest 1977/78: did not one but three amazing feats. They climbed to the second category in the 76/77, in the 77/78 They won the English league, in the 78/79 the European Cup and the 79/80 They regained the orejona going well in history. All this great hand Brian Clough also speak of you.

Real society 1980/81: Real Sociedad slipped in the history of Spanish football winning the league 1980/81. Those afternoons mud, rain and struggle Atocha, they saw the best team in club history. A team that was to repeat the feat a year later.

Hellas Verona 1984/85: in the mid 80 the turn of the surprise was for Hellas Verona won the title in Italy and pointing his name in the tournament's history.

Denmark (European Championship 1992): the Danes had not even qualified for the Euro of that year but the war in the Balkans led to the square left a decomposed Yugoslavia, the occupying Danes. They were on the beach and had to go play who won a European Championship as we tell.

Denmark won the European Championship 92 from the beach.
Denmark won the European Championship 92 from the beach.

Blackburn Rovers 1994/95: the forerunner of Leicester and perhaps the last surprise of English football until the arrival of Ranieri box. Led by Alan Shearer, They were made in the mid 90 with the title of the Premier.

Auxerre 1995/96: France also had its surprise and it came from the hand of Auxerre won the French Open in the mid-90s.

Kaiserlautern 1997/98: machada arrived in Germany in the late 90 when Kaiserlautern of a Michael Ballack rose title Bundesliga.

Deportivo La Coruna 1999/2000: the last guest to the party of Spanish football. Since then only Valencia (2 times) and Atletico Madrid have managed to cough up the Madrid-Barca hegemony that have been taking turns as champions throughout the XXI century. Irureta avenged the set of the legendary Superdepor getting what he brushed his hand on 1994 Y 1995, the league title.

Greece (Euro 2004): the Greeks in 2004 It was also traca. He reached the Euro in Portugal without making much noise and without many expectations and party to party, Euro managed to win by a similar Danish machada in 1992.

Greece won Euro 2004 surprisingly.
Greece won Euro 2004 surprisingly.

Montpellier 2011/12: Oddly enough and a PSG who was beginning to be a millionaire team, the Montepllier managed to win the French tournament 2012.

Leicester City 2015/16: let's say it is not known. The machada of modern football, Premier League most expensive in history, one of the most modest pictures of the tournament managed to grab the title against all odds and against everyone.

Alberto Llopis

Alberto Llopis

Hanged for football fully. Attempt to gather letters and tell stories in Colgadosporelfutbol.com. Specialist retro football Current. Football Coach Level II. You can follow me on @AlbertiniLlopis @colgadosfutbol

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