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 Kaos Footballista becomes New World Champion!

 

Kaos Footballista, John Farnworth has become the new World Football Freestyle Champion after defeating Mr Woo in the Final of the 2006 Masters of the Game (MOTG) competition conducted in Amsterdam, Holland on December 29th. In what many described as a controversial final with the crowd ultimately deciding the winner, the tournament underdog and virtual unknown Farnsworth took the best of the four one minute show-down routines to win over the crowd and the 5000 Euro cash and prize bonanza!

 

Farnworth was overjoyed by his victory and said "This is the best moment I've had in Freestyling and I'd like to thank all the organisers and the fans that showed up to make this a truly wonderful competition!" Despite losing the Final, Mr Woo, the previous MOTG World Champion was philosophical about the result by saying that "It is great for freestyling that new people are coming through and it means that the sport is growing and getting stronger!" 

 

There can be no doubt that the field was extremely strong with many of the world's best in attendance with competitors from South Korea, Japan, France, Holland, Germany, Sweden, Hungary, Turkey as well as the UK. Kaos Football sent a strong contingent to the MOTG competition with Footballistas, Mr Woo (South Korea), John Farnworth (UK) and Richard Braithwaite, aka Mr Silky Skills (UK) all doing their bit to make it a really exciting event.

 

Indeed to have two of the Semi-Finalists and both the Finalists was a great result for Kaos Football after a terrible streak of bad luck had forced three other Kaos Footballistas to pull out due to injury! Palle and Joe Davies both had to pull out of the competition after incurring injuries playing football and Nam the Man had to withdraw from the event just an hour before the competition began as he wanted to leave his decision as late as possible to see if a leg infection would clear up enough to allow him to compete.

 

The MOTG organiser, Steven Mastwijk said, "we were very happy with the overall quality of the competition, the fans seemed to really enjoy the whole event and John Farnworth was a worthy winner, showing great consistency and composure under pressure to make the big moves and tricks when it mattered!" It is hoped that this is the first of many competitions that will continually test the skills of all the best football freestylers the world!