Kluivert said:I think Edwin van der Sar belongs in the top10 too
Mistakes are mistakes mate, all keepers make them. Buffon, Toldo, Kahn, they've all made a lot of them. Seaman however rarely makes mistakes. A couple that he has made were in big matches, but usually he plays very well in big matches. Even had he made the save against Ronaldinho, would England have won the game? I think not. A goal would be scored by Brazil whether or not Ronaldinho managed to hit that fluke.one_love_PARMA! said:Seaman doesn't make mistakes?
Nayim, Cup Winners Cup final, against Zaragoza?
Ronaldinho, WC Quarter final, against Brazil?
David Seaman is the single most over-rated goalkeeper of my time watching football. He has always made a meal of the simplest saves, diving around like an eejit to make himself look better. He always makes his saves seem better than they are, but in this messing about he has been known to cause goals to go in too.
Oh, & I do realise that David was injured at the time of Ronaldinho's goal, but still, that was a mistake.
thanx mate.Hoseman said:Good post Rick.
Dudek was easily the hottest keeper during the season, but I think that his performances for the Polish national tema are more of what he is, an average keeper.Hoseman said:Keeper that has impressed me the most apart from his WC performances has been Dudek, thought he had a great first season.