ADAM Goodes isn't the first AFL player to open himself up to criticism after a post-goal celebration.
Unlike football where a match can be completed without a score even being put on the board, goals aren't such a novelty in Aussie rules, therefore the excitement levels can often be low. There are, of course, exceptions, such as in tight, hard-fought clashes etc.
Mark Williams (Haw) and his 'Shotgun' triggered much criticism, before coach Al Clarkson outlawed it.
Warren Tredrea (Port) put his reputation on the line when he borrowed 'Answering the Phone' from Arsenal striker Thierry Henry.
Jeff Farmer (Frem) was The Wiz but became known as the 'Purple Jesus' after continually raising his arms up and looking to the heavens.
Michael Gardiner (WC), Andrew Krakouer (Coll) and Dustin Martin (Rich) all got rapped across the knuckles for their crossed-wrist 'Jailhouse Salute'.
Allen Jakovich (Melb) planted a big kiss on the cheek of his brother Glenn Jakovich ... who was playing for West Coast, in 1993.
James Hird (Ess) ran up to an Essendon supporter in the crowd and gave him a big hug after a match-winning major in 2004.
Dayne Zorko (Bris) chose the formal handshake over high-fives as a "bit of fun" during a game in 2013.
Michael O'Loughlin (Syd) got up in the face of a burley Eagles supporter, who was later branded a "wuss" by a nanna in the carpark, in 2006.
Mark 'Jacko' Jackson (Melb) did a handstand in front of Kelvin Moore in 1981 after the Hawk told him he wouldn't be a full-forward as long as his "a*** pointed to the ground".