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The Cork Minor Footballer Who Should Have A Goal Genre Named After Him

The Cork Minor Footballer Who Should Have A Goal Genre Named After Him
By PJ Browne

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iJ4xc7uw4EE

Van Basten-esque. Bergkamp-esque. Scholes-esque. Le Tissier-esque. You've got to be a special player to have a genre of goal named after you.

Cork minor footballer Dan O'Duinnín is well on his way to joining that list. While playing for his school Colaiste Ghobnatan, O'Duinnín has scored some incredible solo goals. We posted on Saturday about two he scored against Ard Scoil Rathangan in the All-Ireland Schools C final.

Sideline Eye, who captured both of those, posted another to YouTube which he scored earlier in his team's run to the All-Ireland final. This time it was against North Kerry side Causeway Comprehensive in the Munster semi-final. Picking the ball up on his own half-back line, he tore through the defence, played a one-two and finished calmly to the net.

Certainly a name to watch out for.

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