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Fan Creates Epic Twitter Thread Of The Most Iconic Football Moments 'Behind Closed Doors'

Fan Creates Epic Twitter Thread Of The Most Iconic Football Moments 'Behind Closed Doors'

A football fan has created an epic Twitter thread of the most iconic football moments 'behind closed doors.'

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Twitter user @thegraphicbomb revealed a list of memorable football images without fans on social media.

The thread titled: "Thread: Football Behind Closed Doors," includes Eric Cantona's infamous karate kick, Emmanuel Adebayor's savage celebration for Manchester City against Arsenal, Roberto Baggio's World Cup penalty miss and Arsene Wenger being sent off to the stands at Old Trafford.

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Topics: Football News, Football, Manchester United, Premier League, Arsenal

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