Paolo di Canio Celebration vs Newcastle Sunderland Goal GIF Video PDC Knee Slide April 2013

By Soccer Blog | Apr 14, 2013

These Paolo di Canio goal celebrations ( GIF BELOW) showed how much Sunderland’s win over Newcastle United on April 14, 2013 meant to the new Black Cats boss. The Wearsiders beat their local rivals 3-0, marking their first win under their new boss and PDC’s celebrations were passionate to say the least, as these GIF’s will undoubtedly tell you, with the former Swindon boss even doing a Jose Mourinho-esque knee slide after Adam Johnson’s second goal.

Di Canio Celebration Sessgnon

Di Canio knee slide Johnson goal

Di Canio 3rd goal

Di Canio celebration- Sessegnon goal 27′)
Di Canio knee slide celebration- Adam Johnson goal 74′
Di Canio celebrates Vaughan’s screamer- David Vaughan goal 82′

( Credits of this Di Canio celebration GIF v NUFC Video with uploaders)

7 Comments so far
  1. Sean April 14, 2013 2:40 pm

    Lots of passion, but he needs to reserve it for special occasions only.

    The last goal celebration must surely be known as the Di Canio shake ?

  2. Liam April 14, 2013 5:04 pm

    Personally, I love this. I’m sick of seeing managers barely blink when their team scores, only to
    Have a stroke when their team concedes.

  3. clive April 14, 2013 9:46 pm

    special occasions?what do you think that was?your obviously not a sunderland fan.wake up.

  4. johnny April 15, 2013 12:53 am

    True Legend

  5. Sean April 15, 2013 10:46 am

    @ Clive, obv know what an occasion it was.

    just the point that he shouldn’t do it in every forthcoming game, or it’ll lose its effect

  6. Andy April 16, 2013 1:12 am

    After the abuse he was entitled to have his moment… best player I’ve ever seen in a Wednesday shirt. The fact I like is: ‘He passed his UEFA ‘A’ coaching badge with a record score then took the job at Swindon’ … brains, commitment and passion… wish we had a manager like that!!!

  7. JB200 August 15, 2013 9:50 am

    My mum was a sheffield wednesday fan and my dad is a sunderland fan and I am both. Paolo di canio was always a bit of a character at wednesday and I am glad he is back with my supporting team.

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