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Frame By Frame: Analysing Stephen Cluxton's First Half Clangers

Frame By Frame: Analysing Stephen Cluxton's First Half Clangers
By Conall Cahill Updated

Stephen Cluxton is one of the greatest goalkeepers in the history of the GAA. But a goalkeeper's life is a fickle, lonely one - a nightmare is never too far around the corner.

And Cluxton has dropped two clangers so far in the All-Ireland semi-final against Kerry to let the Kingdom into a game they never looked part of until the mistakes.

Clanger #1:

It all started with a dodgy kickout, which was picked up by an alert Paul Geaney.

 

....who then delivered a ball into Donnchadh Walsh...

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....who deliciously flicked it up towards Darran O'Sullivan with a tremendous piece of skill...

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...who bundled it into the net.

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Clanger #2: A hopeful effort from Anthony Maher spirals up into the air...

...Clucko is challenged by a flying Paul Geaney, and the ball is bundled into the net....

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...and the Umpire immediately and decisively waves the green flag...

...while Clucko looks absolutely lost.

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The Twitterati were quick to respond.

What a second half we now have.

See also: The Next Kerry Football Genius Was Born In The Minor Game Today: David Clifford

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