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That year, France won the World Cup.
Blanc kept up the tradition at Euro 2000, which France won again.
At the 2018 World Cup, the French squad replaced kissing Barthez’s head with stroking player Adil Rami’s moustache and beard before every game.
That year, France won the World Cup once again.
Is it coming home? It might do, if the squad remember their good luck rituals!
Let’s hope Jack Grealish remembers NOT to pull his socks up.
Fingers crossed Luke Shaw is wearing his lucky socks that are personalised with pictures of his son’s face.
To have all the luck we can get, let’s pray that Harry Kane doesn’t shave his beard.
The situation in the 1990 World Cup quarter-finals was desperate.
So was Argentine goalie Sergio Goycochea.
In need of the loo but not allowed to leave the pitch, the goalie urinated on the pitch before the penalty shootouts.
When it went to penalties again in the semi-finals, Goycochea took one for the team… literally.
From then on, he would urinate on the pitch before every shootout.
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Ajax lost the 1969 European Cup final against AC Milan.
At least Cruyff’s traditions were minty fresh, unlike the pungent habits of Deportivo de La Coruña supporters.
These football fans throw garlic onto the pitch for good luck and to ward off evil spirits.
It’s believed that this ritual helped to secure the team their three Spanish Super Cups, two Copa Del Reys and one La Liga victories.
In football, no man is left behind. Unless you’re former manager Gianluca Vialli – then it’s a good luck tradition!
Just before Italy’s first Euro 2020 win, the team bus accidentally drove off without Vialli.
After that, it became a good luck tradition for the bus to start driving off without Vialli and then stop to let him on.
Chris Coleman was another manager with superstitious rituals.
The former Welsh manager refused to take his jacket off during games after his team lost 6-1 to Serbia in September 2012.
The manager had taken his jacket off during the game and thought that this might have played a part in the team’s defeat.
He might have struggled to keep this tradition up in the World Cup this year, given that Qatar’s average temperature is 29 degrees.
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