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# Blunder

Last year
Man caught after writing name and address on stolen €5,000 scratch card
The man entered the Spar in Coolock armed with a plastic gun in his pocket.
All time
Everton 'appalled' by Anne Frank blunder
A video the club posted honouring supporters who died during the coronavirus pandemic turned out to also feature an image of the Holocaust victim.
England manager 'Gary' Southgate receives apology from Jose Mourinho
Southgate and the Tottenham boss engaged in a back-and-forth exchange via press conferences last week.
Wales teen Matondo angers Schalke by wearing Borussia Dortmund shirt
The 19-year-old was pictured in a Dortmund jersey bearing the name of England winger Jadon Sancho.
'Courtois one of the best penalty takers': Conte defends wild miss
The Belgian took Chelsea’s second penalty but fluffed his lines at Wembley.
Another Joe Hart blunder costs Torino in Serie A
The English international was at fault as Inter picked up all three points this evening.
Donald Trump's campaign manager charged with battery of female reporter
The incident happened at a Trump event earlier this month.
EA Sports apologise to Muslim UFC star Khabib for portraying him as a Christian
Nurmagomedov’s celebration in the UFC 2 video game shows him blessing himself in the octagon.
Epic fail! Owen Farrell goes to celebrate a try but fumbles the ball before dotting down
An embarrassing blunder from the Saracens out-half.
David Forde didn't do himself any favours with this costly blunder for Millwall last night
It could cost his side a place at Wembley.
The Huffington Post just made a horrible blunder involving Zayn Malik and ISIS
'Men against boys' - PA system delivers harsh verdict on Bournemouth's display
Harry Kane scored a hat-trick as Tottenham ran riot.
Mexican striker scores most bizarre goal of his career after embarrassing goalkeeping howler
Shambolic stuff from Zacaptepec stopper Javier Caso.
Would you look at the state of this defending by David Luiz?!
Brazil still managed to overturn the deficit and beat Peru 2-1.
Mayor winds up Irish community so much he makes NY Post front page
Blasio was a half hour late and had boycotted the parade last year because he mistakenly thought it excluded LGBT groups.
If you think Mignolet's was bad, check out this piece of shambolic goalkeeping
Olympiakos stopper Roberto, shield your eyes now.
Wayne Rooney has doubled United's lead at the Emirates
Another weak effort from Arsenal against a big team.
Forget the Champions Cup, this 'own try' could have huge repercussions* in world rugby
*Or the video ref might be a little colour blind.
BBC subtitle blunder tells viewers to 'prepare for rape' at Glastonbury
Oh. Oh no.
BBC News accidentally says Prince William was in the IRA
I say!
VIDEO: It's four years today since this classic Chris Kamara blunder
Where were you for our generation’s Kennedy moment?
Oops! There was a mistake in last year's Junior Cert science paper...and engineers are not happy
The State Examiner admitted the incorrect photo was used in the Physics section, but said it had no affect on students’ answers.
Revenue to repay thousands of homeowners in property tax blunder
Sloppy wording of the legislation has resulted in thousands of homeowners getting off the hook from the property tax.
This hilarious own goal decided a Champions League game tonight
The lad’s missed the ball there, Bill.
Exam body blames 'human error' for mistakes in Leaving and Junior Cert
Staff changes at the State Examinations Commission contributed to errors in the Leaving Certificate Maths and Junior Certificate CSPE papers.
Here's what happened with THAT error in the Leaving Cert Maths paper
The State Examinations Commission said today that approximately 4 per cent of candidates had been impacted by the error.
The worst piece of play we've seen in a while graced this Haiti v El Salvador game
Both lads will be disappointed with that.
Lions forced to apologise over another inappropriate tweet
They really are struggling to grasp this whole social media thing.
Luis Suarez gets 784 points in Fantasy Football after technical glitch
The error was later rectified and the Uruguayan was awarded a meagre but respectable total.
WATCH: Pepe Reina has a Packie Bonner moment against Hearts
The Spaniard won’t have slept too well after this howler let Hearts back into last night’s Europa League tie at Anfield.
Medical graduates angered after HSE blunder sees internship offers rescinded
Over 560 internship positions were offered to medical graduates on Monday only for the offers to be rescinded late yesterday evening.
Eircom criticised by DPC over slow reporting of laptop data breach
Bank account details of some 550 customers may be at risk as Eircom has only now revealed a data breach that occurred last year.
EU official hits out at Kevin Cardiff over €3.6bn accounting blunder
MEP Marta Andreasen has said the outgoing Finance head is not suitable for a position on the European Court of Auditors.
Prison officer loses the keys... to every door in the jail
Every single lock at Birmingham prison must now be replaced after a warder mislaid his set.
Apple loses top-secret iPhone prototype in bar... again
An employee left the unreleased iPhone 5 in a Mexican bar in San Francisco, according to tech site CNET.
19-inning marathon game ends on one of the worst calls ever
Bad decisions are just restricted to the All-Ireland championship, you know. They’ve got umpires in baseball too.
Whopper trouble: Burger King CEO insults British food and women
Bernardo Hees said he had few distractions from his work when studying in the UK.