Vote for the World Football Goal of the Month and Win a TOFFS Shirt

Ronaldo Assis de Moreira Analyst IIOctober 8, 2008

September was a cracking month for football. All the domestic leagues around Europe settled down, and, on the international stage, the World Cup qualifiers kicked into gear. To boot, we were blessed with a fine selection of brilliant strikes, which we have sifted through to pick out the best of the best for our regular “Goal of the Month” competition.

This list includes some goals that missed out on our August competition, and we hope you forgive us as if we include these goals in September’s list.

To win a free TOFFS shirt of your choice, all you have to do is e-mail us at 101greatgoals@gmail.com and tell us which goal from the list below you think is the best.

We’ll pick at random an entry for the goal which receives the most votes and that person will win a free shirt from TOFFS—The Old Fashioned Football Shirt Company. Good luck!

1. Lucas Barrios (v Santiago Morning, Aug. 30, 2008)

2. Alexander Baumjohann (v Werder Bremen, Aug. 30, 2008) (0.21 seconds in)

3. Juninho Pernambucano (v Nice, Sept. 13, 2008) (both free-kicks)

4. Dusan Djuric (v AC Milan, Sept. 18, 2008)

5. Moussa Dembele (Willem II, Sept. 26, 2008)

6. Frane Vitaic (v Farul Constanta, Sept. 27, 2008)

7. Geovanni (v Arsenal, Sept. 27, 2008)

8. Zlatan Ibrahimovic (v Bologna, Oct. 4, 2008)

9. Matthew Taylor (v West Ham, Oct. 5, 2008)

10. Peter Crouch (v Stoke, Oct. 5, 2008)

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