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Picking the goal of the season’s always a tricky one – do you prefer the long-range Excocet or beautiful team goal? There’s no right answer. Possibly our favourite of 2011 is this absolute screamer from Eric Hassli of the Vancouver Whitecaps. Have you seen a better goal this year? Let us know and, if it’s not already done the rounds on Youtube, we might just include it in an upcoming Fanmail.

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