Goalkeepers are widely regarded as being a bit bonkers; characters such as Campos, Chilavert, Higuita, Grobbelaar¬†or even Big Neville Southall garnered reputations as figures of unusuality,¬†unpredictability and controversy. Here though, I’ll be visiting the other end of the spectrum as I choose my favourite five saves of all time. Note however that in the interests of being a little more diverse, I have chosen to exclude both Gordon Banks’ immortal save from Pele in 1970, and David Seaman’s time-stopping brilliance against Stoke in the Cup. Enjoy! Continue reading