European Football's Top 10 Best Goalkeepers of All Time

Updated on May 19, 2020
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Thomas Swan has been an avid fan of the English Premier League and European football for more than 20 years.

Gianluigi Buffon is unquestionably one of the greatest goalkeepers ever.
Gianluigi Buffon is unquestionably one of the greatest goalkeepers ever. | Source

What Makes the Perfect Goalkeeper?

The agility and concentration demonstrated by the greatest goalkeepers in European football (soccer) surpass that of any outfield player. Their job is to keep the ball out of a 7.32-by-2.44-meter goal in any way they can. A goalkeeper must remain vigilant for several minutes at a time before being called into action, and their split-second decisions can often decide the outcome of an entire match. The best goalkeepers must demonstrate perfectly honed skills in a variety of domains.

World-Class Goalkeeper Skills

  • Pace: Charge down oncoming strikers
  • Bravery: Smother or clear the ball by throwing themselves into dangerous collisions
  • Strength: Dominate the penalty area without being pushed around
  • Leadership: Organize their defense
  • Concentration: Be ready for action at a moment's notice
  • Positioning: Be in the best possible place to make a save
  • Anticipation: Predict where a striker will place the ball
  • Reflexes: Minimize response time
  • Agility: Reach every corner of the goal
  • Handling: Catch the ball or push it into a safe area
  • Distribution: Find a teammate by throwing or kicking the ball over long distances

10. Edwin Van Der Sar

Nationality: Netherlands

Born: October 29, 1970

Height: 1.97 m (6 ft 6 in)

This Dutch legend once went 1,311 minutes without conceding a goal during Manchester United's 2008–09 Premier League campaign. Van Der Sar played 820 times over a 21-year career that began in 1990 with Ajax. He went on to play for Juventus, Fulham, and Manchester United. He also earned 130 caps for the Netherlands and is their most capped player. Van Der Sar won the 1995 and 2008 Champions Leagues with Ajax and Manchester United, respectively. He also won the 1992 UEFA Cup, four Premier League titles, and four Dutch League titles.

9. David Seaman

Nationality: England

Full name: David Andrew Seaman

Born: September 19, 1963

Height: 1.91 m (6 ft 3 in)

David Seaman spent the majority of his 22-year career playing for Arsenal during the 1990s and early 2000s. He made 957 appearances at club level and earned 75 England caps. He won three league titles, four FA Cups, one League Cup, and one Cup Winners Cup with Arsenal. He is known for making one of greatest saves of all time (see video at 0:52) but is also famous for being lobbed by Ronaldinho in the 2002 World Cup. This is perhaps a little unfair, as the 39-year-old Seaman was close to retirement at the time.

8. Sepp Maier

Nationality: Germany

Full name: Josef Dieter "Sepp" Maier

Born: February 28, 1944

Height: 1.85 m (6 ft 1 in)

Known as "the cat from Anzing," Sepp Maier was one of the greatest German goalkeepers. He spent his entire 17-year career with Bayern Munich, making 536 appearances and winning three consecutive European Cups in the 1970s. He also featured 95 times for West Germany, winning the 1974 World Cup and the 1972 European Championships. This legendary goalkeeper played in 442 consecutive matches from 1966 to 1979 and even won the German Footballer of the Year award three times.

7. Peter Shilton

Nationality: England

Full name: Peter Leslie Shilton

Born: September 18, 1949

Height: 1.83 m (6 ft 0 in)

This remarkable athlete made 1,005 appearances over a 30-year career. Peter Shilton had notable spells with Nottingham Forest, Southampton, and Derby County in the 1970s and '80s. He also earned 125 caps for England, playing in two European Championships and three World Cups. He shares a World Cup Finals record of having kept 10 clean sheets with Fabien Barthez. With Nottingham Forest, Shilton won two European Cups and a league title.

6. Gianluigi Buffon

Nationality: Italy

Born: January 28, 1978

Height: 1.92 m (6 ft 4 in)

This popular Italian goalkeeper began his career with Parma in 1995 but has spent the majority of his career with Juventus. Gianluigi Buffon has made over 600 club appearances and has more than 130 caps for Italy. He won the UEFA Cup and the Coppa Italia with Parma, and he also has four Serie A titles with Juventus. In 2006, he helped Italy to victory in the World Cup. He only conceded two goals in the seven matches—a penalty and an own goal by a teammate.

5. Peter Schmeichel

Nationality: Denmark

Full name: Peter Bolesław Schmeichel

Born: November 18, 1963

Height: 1.91 m (6 ft 3 in)

Danish legend Peter Schmeichel is best known for his eight-year spell with Manchester United, though he was also a success with Brondby and Sporting Lisbon. With United, he won the 1999 Champions League, five Premier League titles, and three FA Cups. He also won the Portuguese League and three Danish League titles in a career with 740 club appearances. Incredibly, he also won the 1992 European Championships with Denmark and has 129 national caps. Schmeichel kept clean sheets in a record 42 percent of Premier League games.

4. Dino Zoff

Nationality: Italy

Born: February 28, 1942

Height: 1.82 m (6 ft 0 in)

Widely regarded as the greatest-ever Italian goalkeeper for his exceptional agility and reflexes, Dino Zoff made 642 club appearances and has 112 caps for the national team. In his 11-year spell with Juventus, Zoff won six Serie A titles, one Coppa Italia, and a UEFA Cup. He played in Italy's victorious 1968 European Championship squad, but his greatest triumph was the 1982 World Cup. At 40 years of age, he captained the Italian side to victory and was named the best goalkeeper at the tournament. He is the oldest player to have ever won a World Cup, and he holds the record for the longest period without conceding a goal in international football (1,142 minutes).

3. Gordon Banks

Nationality: England

Life: December 30, 1937–February 12, 2019

Height: 1.85 m (6 ft 1 in)

As probably the greatest English goalkeeper, Gordon Banks is commonly ranked in the top three goalkeepers of all time. He made 628 club appearances and has 73 caps for England between 1958 and 1972. His most notable achievement was a victory in the 1966 World Cup. He played in every match and only conceded three goals. At club level, he won the League Cup with Leicester and Stoke. He won FIFA goalkeeper of the year on an incredible six occasions, but his career ended at the age of 34 when a car crash left him blind in one eye.

2. Oliver Kahn

Nationality: Germany

Full name: Oliver Rolf Kahn

Born: June 15, 1969

Height: 1.88 m (6 ft 2 in)

Oliver Kahn made 780 club appearances and received 86 caps for Germany. His 21-year career involved 14 years at Bayern Munich. With Bayern, he won the 2001 Champions League, eight league titles, six domestic cups, and a UEFA Cup. With the German National Team, he won Euro '96, and in 2002, he became the only goalkeeper in history to win the Golden Ball at a World Cup. He was known as "The Titan" for his strength and leadership and has been described as very disciplined and impatient.

1. Lev Yashin

Nationality: Soviet Union (present-day Russia)

Full name: Lev Ivanovich Yashin

Life: October 22, 1929–March 20, 1990

Height: 1.89 m (6 ft 2 in)

Lev Yashin is widely recognized as the greatest goalkeeper of all time. From 1950 to 1970, he only played for one team, Dynamo Moscow, who he guided to five league titles and three domestic cups. Yashin appeared 75 times for the Soviet Union, winning the 1960 European Championships and the 1956 Olympic Games. His nickname was "The Black Spider" for his incredible athleticism and reflexes. However, Yashin epitomized the perfect goalkeeper by combining these skills with massive strength and power. His talents were so great that he was also employed as an ice hockey goalie for a short time. He is also the only goalkeeper to ever win the Ballon d'Or.

Honorable Mentions

By necessity, any top 10 list must make some omissions. Honorable mentions would certainly go to the following magnificent goalkeepers:

  • Manuel Neuer: Germany - Bayern Munich
  • Petr Čech: Czechoslovakia (present-day Czech Republic) - Chelsea
  • Iker Casillas: Spain - Real Madrid
  • Pat Jennings: Northern Ireland - Newry Town & Watford, Tottenham Hotspur, Arsenal
  • Michel Preud'homme: Belgium - Standard Liège, Mechelen, Benfica
  • Jean-Marie Pfaff: Belgium - Beveren, Bayern Munich
  • Angelo Peruzzi: Italy - Roma, Hellas Verona, Juventus, Internazionale, Lazio
  • Ricardo Zamora: Spain - RCD Espanyol, FC Barcelona, Real Madrid
  • František Plánička: Austria-Hungary (present-day Czech Republic) - Slavia Prague
  • Bert Trautmann: Germany - Manchester City
  • Abel Resino: Spain - Atlético Madrid
  • José Chilavert: Paraguay - Sportivo Luqueño, Guaraní, San Lorenzo de Almagro, Real Zaragoza, Vélez Sarsfield, RC Strasbourg, Peñarol
  • Vladimir Beara: Yugoslavia (present-day Croatia) - Hajduk Split, Red Star, Alemannia Aachen, Viktoria Köln

If you think a great goalkeeper is missing from this list, please leave a comment below.

Goalkeepers are often forgotten in lists of the best footballers. However, they are perhaps the most important players on the pitch. Even with Messi and Ronaldo in your team, a bad goalkeeper will lose you a match. Indeed, it is very difficult to find a successful team without a talented goalkeeper. Their specific group of skills is unique in the beautiful game and, as such, they deserve greater recognition.

© 2013 Thomas Swan

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      Nair w 

      3 days ago

      What a joke? Buffon is the greatest gk ,he is 42 and still going on,and where is Casillas the Madrid legend.

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      Okulu Robert 

      6 weeks ago

      It's okey & fine so let da young goal keepers also pull up their shocks to work hard and where iz de gea

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      Manan doshi 

      6 weeks ago

      Kahn is so overarted

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      micheal kalu 

      7 weeks ago

      david de gea

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      finn 

      7 weeks ago

      what about dudek he was the best too!!!

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      Pete 

      8 weeks ago

      Lloris is missing...

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      George 

      8 weeks ago

      Allison from liverpool is the best of all

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      Nirved chaturvedi 

      2 months ago

      Why is iker casillas is not in the list he was the best goalkeeper of spain

      he holds the record for the most trophies and was world class

      iker casillas was awarded the best goalkeeper several times he won 3 champions league one world cup 1 european cup 5 golden gloves and he came fourh in the 2004 ballendor why the hell casillas is not there

      casillas was the the best goalker of all time

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      Anonymous 

      2 months ago

      What happened to Tim Howard and Jens Lehmann

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      Shakes 

      2 months ago

      Casillas for me is the greatest keeper to have ever lived.Who can forget the match winning save against Netherlands in the 2010World Cup?

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      Bov 

      3 months ago

      Iker Casillas in my opinion is the GOAT. What other goalkeeper has won everything there is to win? And many of the titles multiple times? There aren't any. Buffon perhaps comes the closest, but Iker winning GK of the year 5 times in a row, being in a team of the year 6 times in a row. Nobody beats these number. Iker Casillas is the greatest ever

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      ed 

      3 months ago

      Ederson

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      Steve Clare 

      4 months ago

      Respect for Harry Gregg, on and off the pitch.

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      Alexander 

      4 months ago

      What about David Onyango of Uganda? He is better than many of those.

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      Antonio 

      5 months ago

      Where is ROGÉRIO CENI he has a World Cup and 131 goals in his career

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      John lopez 

      5 months ago

      Tim Howard

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      Bill Hayes 

      6 months ago

      I am laughing out loud here. Out of your top ten only Lev Yashin can compare with Neville Southall

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      steven 

      6 months ago

      Andy Goram

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      Ghazi 

      6 months ago

      Buffon 2nd in ball ondor

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      St Domingo 

      6 months ago

      Greatest Goalkeepers and you don't even mention Neville Southall! Unbelievable Jeff!!

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      Torkjell 

      6 months ago

      Neville Southall and Pat Jennings.... With Gordon Banks the only 3 keepers to be voted FWA footballer of the year. Great keepers, dominated in their prime, only challenched by Yashin, Kahn and Banks. (personally I would say only by Yashin)

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      Paul 

      6 months ago

      Ray clemence,

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      enrique 

      8 months ago

      victor valdes

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      lolololz 

      8 months ago

      loris Karius is missing ;-)

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      Dhruv 

      8 months ago

      Brazilian Felix??

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      Saad 

      8 months ago

      Hugo Lloris is missing in this list

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      Minus-K 

      8 months ago

      Iker Casillas should be the greatest due to his long-term achievement as FIFA #,his great saves, club, la liga n champion league achievement

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      goalkeeper 

      8 months ago

      saint ikes is the best of all time

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      Soccer fan1222 

      11 months ago

      Courtois,is the best goalkeeper ever and ederson courtois might he’s better than Kahn

      Courtois and ederson are the best courtois is,a”little better. Buffon is great to

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      Shijo 

      11 months ago

      Like seriously???

      The best of all time by FIFA is Iker Casillas and he is not there in the list. Does this look funny. And the author was 20 years of experience it seems..

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      Philip Walls 

      11 months ago

      What about Toni Schumacher?

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      Uberhackerboy 

      11 months ago

      WTF WHY COURTOIS AND TER STEGEN NOT THERE! (btw de gea sucks.) I mean his last save was so dumb, slipped through the armpit

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      Dabir 

      11 months ago

      Iker cassilass is the best keeper that I know of

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      Dexter 

      12 months ago

      David de gea should be on the list!!!!!

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      Gilbert 

      12 months ago

      Ergilio Hato, from Curaçao. Should also been included among the best. For more info, book ISBN 90 6665 546 1/NUR 523. Ergilio Hato: simpel, sierlijk, sensationeel. De hoge vlucht van een voetballegende. 2003 B.V. uitgeverij SWP Amsterdam. Redactie Nancy van der Wal & Valdemar Marcha.

      Yours truly,

      Gilbert.

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      Murray 

      12 months ago

      What about Alisson Becker? He has been ranked best in the world 2018/2019 and also got the Premier League Golden glove. And Higuita of Columbia who did the scorpion kick.

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      Papi Luona 

      12 months ago

      Rene Higuita of Colombia

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      none of your business 

      13 months ago

      neuer is the best option for 2nd place

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      Arijit Dasgupta 

      13 months ago

      Please add Edwin Van Der Sar

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      ???????? ? ? ? 

      13 months ago

      Manuel neuer

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      Diego 

      14 months ago

      Wtf, Casillas son more individual and collective that all of this losers like buffon who just won a wc

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      Zarco 

      14 months ago

      Jorge campos

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      Alejandro 

      14 months ago

      Where is Victor Valdez

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      rozmoz012 

      14 months ago

      i would say ederson

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      Guru 

      14 months ago

      Where is david de gea

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      Waseq 

      15 months ago

      Casillas

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      Hi 

      15 months ago

      De Gea and Neuer

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      None 

      16 months ago

      What about Claudio tarrafel

      He is also one of the greatest keepers

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      HORLARMIGHTY 

      16 months ago

      WHAT OF PICKFORD AND DEGEA

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      David 

      17 months ago

      We need more up to date keepers Ter Stegen De Gea ect

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      Opatpvp 

      2 years ago

      Why isnt neuer on the list or de gea cassias or navas a excellent keppers

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      Mayo man 

      2 years ago

      Paici bonar should be on the list for Italia 90.

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      Vfl Manchester City Man 

      2 years ago

      David De Gea,Neuer,Casillas And Courtois

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      Hi 

      2 years ago

      De gea should be on this list he saved Manchester United a lot of times and Jerzy Dudek should be on this list Liverpool legend.

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      FQ 

      2 years ago

      De Gea,Neuer,Navas, Ter Stegen And Cech

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      Julez 

      2 years ago

      You forgot David De Gea

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      2 years ago

      Where is neuer and cech? And how is buffon tht low and at least newer goalies can be there like de gea and courtois from man utd and chelsea respectively

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      Cool 

      2 years ago

      This website does even have David de gea and doesn’t have Manuel Neuer put all of the goalies ps de gea best goalie then Neuer second

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      sajjad 

      2 years ago

      haha! casillias must be in the first place.

      The man has won everything with Real Madrid and Spain, and when I say everything, I mean everything that there possibly is to win in the game. And what’s more, he is only 31.

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      Kbrewer8 

      2 years ago

      Ladislao Mazurkiewicz, star of three consecutive World Cups, was one of the finest goalkeepers ever.

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      2 years ago

      Edwin Van Der Sar is one of the best 3 goalkeepers ever he can make every team better cause he is a good captain doe defence and once in a match he stopped 3 penaltys

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      Barry 

      2 years ago

      This is absolutely bullshit, because you have left the most experienced one which Iker Casillas

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      Everton 

      2 years ago

      How anybody can leave out the great Neville Southall in an article about great Goalkeepers is beyond me, and shows the author has little knowledge of football.

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      Sniper 

      3 years ago

      Since 1960, watchin for World Cup titles (and finals), European Cup titles (anf finals), Copa America titles (and finals), Copa Libertadores or Champions Leaggue (addicionaly finals and domestic championships.....) there are the best goal keepers: 1. Casillas; 2. S Mayer; 3. Taffarel; 4. Barthez; 5. Marcos; 6. Buffon; 7. Van Der Sar; 8. Goycochea; 9. Gilmar; 10. Schmmeichel; 11. Zoff; 12. Dida; 13. Khan; 14. Clemence; 15. Valdez; 16. Ilgner; 17. Bravo; 18. Santoro; 19. Costa Pereira; 20. Yashin.

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      Rashied 

      3 years ago

      Renat Dassayev

      Dynamo Moscow

      Soviet Union

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      Anonymous 

      3 years ago

      Canizares,Taffarel,Julio Cesar,Jorge Campos?

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      DAZZLE 

      3 years ago

      DAVID DE GEA IS EASILY ONE OF THE BEST AT THE MOMENT

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      Lucas 

      3 years ago

      Taffarel, Marcos and Dida should be on the list.

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      Dan 

      3 years ago

      Vincent Enyeama

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      askformore lm 

      5 years ago

      My favorite is Peter Schmeichel.

      However, I might be biased, because I am Danish too.

      Thumbs up!

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      Thomas Swan 

      5 years ago from New Zealand

      Thanks for the heads up :) I have given them both honorable mentions at the end of the article. Cheers.

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      Ryan 

      5 years ago

      No Pfaff or Prudhuemme, you can't be serious!

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      Thomas Swan 

      6 years ago from New Zealand

      Thanks for commenting daedalron. From reading about Beara I see that he saved a penalty from Puskas, and he was the Yugoslavia keeper for a long time. I agree though that it's very difficult to find videos of these times. I will give Beara an honorable mention at the end of this article.

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      daedalron 

      6 years ago

      I wondered about Vladimir Beara, as Yashin once said Beara was a better goalkeeper than himself. Kinda hard to have an opinion about it myself as it's not easy to find videos of that time...

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      Thomas Swan 

      6 years ago from New Zealand

      Thank for commenting. Buffon is certainly a popular choice. Courtois looks like a real prospect. It's a good time for him too with Petr Cech getting on a bit. When he returns to Chelsea, he'll be their number 1. I hear he's from Belgium too. I sometimes wonder if the Belgium government genetically engineered their team lol. How can they have so many great players at the same time!?

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      FutbalTube 

      6 years ago

      Hands down to Gianluigi Buffon. But I'd rather give credit to Thibaut Courtois this season. He really has a bright future ahead of him.

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      Thomas Swan 

      6 years ago from New Zealand

      Cheers PositronWildhawk! Well you may be right, but like my comment on the other hub, I think players/teams rise to match the competition they are faced with. Put Lev Yashin in the Premier League and he'd make sure he's fit enough and sensible enough to succeed.

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      PositronWildhawk 

      6 years ago from London

      I reckon that, players in every position nowadays are superior to their previous counterparts due to better coaching, lifestyle, knowledge of the game etc. So for me Casillas, Cech, Neuer and Buffon should all feature pretty highly. I suppose it depends if your judging them on overall ability or dominance in their own era. Either way, great hub!

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      Thomas Swan 

      6 years ago from New Zealand

      Good call, Cech has been very consistent over his career. Added him at the end in honorable mentions.

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      Elias Zanetti 

      6 years ago from Athens, Greece

      Probably Petr Cech will be in that list sometime in the future. Peter Schmeichel was definitely my favorite in your list and one of the best ever!

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      Thomas Swan 

      6 years ago from New Zealand

      It'll be a few years before he can be considered here, but Neuer is one of the best in the world at the moment.

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      Muzzammil Maniar 

      6 years ago from Karachi, Pakistan

      Manuel Neuer!!

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