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YouTube top 10: because Mexican football legends can be really, really odd sometimes

Featuring Cuauhtemoc Blanco, Tiger Woods and Walter Walsh.

10. This is a video of a man attempting to catch a bird. Need we say more?


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9. BREAKING: Crazy football fan is crazy.


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8. In case you missed it, here are the highlights of Connacht’s surprisingly comfortable win over Leinster.


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7. Galway may have lost the All-Ireland final replay, but David Burke can hold his head high, scoring two goals, with the second in particular, a beautifully dispatched effort.


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6. Sunday’s final was also a particularly memorable occasion for Walter Walsh, who was making his debut for Kilkenny, and notched a goal to boot.


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5. Missed the Ryder Cup at the weekend? Don’t worry, here are the highlights.


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4. To suggest Tiger Woods was inconsistent at the tournament would be putting it mildly. Here are a few examples of his unpredictable play.


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3. And finally, Ryder Cup-wise at least, here is José Maria Olazábal’s moving interview in the immediate aftermath of Europe’s win.


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2. Connacht fans still reeling from Eric Elwood’s decision to leave may find some consolation in the documentary below, which follows the progress they’ve made in recent times.


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1. To suggest Mexico legend Cuauhtemoc Blanco is eccentric would be a major understatement based on this evidence.


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