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The YouTube top 10: because ungentlemanly conduct is so much fun
Join us for our weekly run-down of the week’s best clips — now featuring hungover Donegal football fans.

10. Not to be outdone by Galway and Kilkenny supporters, the All-Ireland football finalists have been bigging up their respective counties chances in song on youTube in recent weeks. Remember we brought you Jimmy’s Winning Matches recently? There’s a follow-up video. It’s like the Maxwell House love story at this stage.

YouTube: kilcardope

9. ‘I feel completely Albanian’ – so said Swtizerland’s Granit Xhaka as he admitted he deliberately fluffed a goal chance as his adopted country took on the nation of his parents this week. His future hangs in the balance now.

YouTube: IchBinDonnie

8. Before Ireland’s win over Oman this week we were treated to a pretty farcical national anthems fail. Not as bad as Hungary v Andorra though…

YouTube webszerkeszto07

7. Italy away? Two men sent off? No hassle for Ireland’s U-21s as they won in Italy… featuring this cracker from Arsenal’s Conor Henderson.

6. Andy Murray won his first Grand Slam with a five set defeat of Novak Djokovic in Queens. After the semi-final win, Scotland sent in their two best men – Sean Connery and Alex Ferguson — to congratulate the Dunblane man. Totes awks.

YouTube: telegraphtv

5. Sadlier and Brady. Boom.

Youtube: ballsdotie

4. ‘This is better than every Prison Break season ever aired,’ one YouTube commenter gushes. We agree.

youTube: UC2lLu8sFyqsAbEfynQ8BVZA

3. Norway’s goalkeeper Rune Jarstein has apologised for this post-match interview in midweek.

YouTube: retardmann2k

2. With the NHL season in doubt because another lockout due to a dispute between the game’s stakeholders, one fan has constructed this emotive piece of video.  God damn I love a good montage… needs more Sigur Ros though.

YouTube: r4ndomduud


1. Georgie Best was booked for trying this once, but our Facebook fans seemed to enjoy this one at the weekend:

YouTube: Footballeshe

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