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By goalkeepersharing, Jun 26 2019 02:05PM

G2 Ultrasoft: New demands on the goalkeeper call for modified surface characteristics. G2 Ultrasoft, the evolution of the successful G1 Ultrasoft rubber, outperforms its predecessor again in terms of grip in dry and wet conditions. By adding different components, it is also much more resistant to abrasion. The very good impact damping especially for very hard and fast balls justifies the premium status. G2 - the new topping for the highest demands.

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Expanse Cut: The Expanse Cut features external seams that maximize the palm area. The area for the ball contact is larger, increases the safety catch.

Dual Rolled: The term "dual rolled" stands for the expansion of the Latexinnenhandbelages both on the side of the little finger and the index finger almost to the back of the hand. This maximizes the catch area and makes the fit more ergonomic.

Ergonomic Support System ESS ™: The anatomical shaping of the hand and the preadjustment of the fingers of the Ergonomic Support System support the natural catches of the hands. The latex extends over the little finger side, enlarges the catch surface and optimizes the ergonomic fit.

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By goalkeepersharing, Aug 11 2018 08:44AM

Bernd Leno - Bayer Leverkusen, undisclosed

Ryan Huddart - released

Matt Macey - Plymouth, loan

Adam Federici - Stoke, undisclosed

Ryan Allsop - Wycombe, free

Patrick O'Flaherty - released

Jason Steele - Sunderland, undisclosed

David Button - Fulham, undisclosed

Tim Krul - Norwich, free

Niki Maenpaa - released

Robert Sanchez - Forest Green, loan

Christian Walton - Wigan, loan

Joe Hart - Man City, £3.5m

Alex Smithies - QPR, undisclosed

Lee Camp - Birmingham, free

Rob Green - free

Kepa Arrizabalaga - Athletic Bilbao, £71.6m

Thibaut Courtois - Real Madrid, £35m

Jamal Blackman - Leeds, loan

Matej Delac - AC Horsens, free

Eduardo - Vitesse, loan

Vicente Guaita - Getafe, free

Diego Cavalieri - released

Joel Robles - Real Betis, free

Fabri - Besiktas, undisclosed

Ben Hamer - Leicester, free

Jonas Lossl - Mainz, undisclosed

Danny Ward - Liverpool, £12.5m

Daniel Iversen - Oldham, loan

Alisson Becker - Roma, £67m

Adam Bodgan - Hibs, loan

Andrew Firth - released

Angus Gunn - Southampton, undisclosed

Lee Grant - Stoke, undisclosed

Sam Johnstone - West Brom, £5m

Joel Pereira - Vitoria Setubal, loan

Max Johnstone - released

Martin Dubravka - Sparta Prague, undisclosed

Matz Sels - Strasbourg, £3.5m

Stuart Taylor - released

Ben Foster - West Brom, undisclosed

Costel Pantilimon - Nottingham Forest, undisclosed

Daniel Bachmann - Kilmarnock, loan

Lukasz Fabianski - Swansea City, £7m

Rui Patricio - Sporting Lisbon, undisclosed

Carl Ikeme - retired



By goalkeepersharing, Jun 28 2018 06:10AM

1. The OLDEST Goalkeeper


45-Year-Old Egyptian Goalkeeper Essam El-Hadary becomes The Oldest player ever to play at the world cup.


The previous record was held by Colombian goalkeeper Faryd Mondragon, who was 43 years and three days old when he played against Japan in the 2014 World Cup.




2. The YOUNGEST Goalkeeper


The youngest goalkeeper at the 2018 World Cup,Francis Uzoho, who made his debut for Nigeria in November, is only 19 years old.


“He is the youngest goalkeeper in the World Cup,” Rohr told reporters on Thursday. “But he is cool-headed and a very good worker in training. I think he will be a good solution for the future for Nigeria.”



3. The TALLEST Goalkeeper


Lovre Kalinić,201cm. After Stipe Pletikosa retired from international football, fellow Split native Lovre Kalinic became Croatia’s second-choice goalkeeper behind Danijel Subasic.



4.The SHORTEST Goalkeeper


There are two goalkeeper who are 178cm. They are Costa Rica’s second-choice keeper Patrick Pemberton and Saudi Arabia Goalkeeper Abdullah Al Mayouf.





5. The BEST Goalkeeper


Who can be the best goalkeeper in the 2018 World Cup,can kept most clean sheet in the tournment or even score a goal? We will sum up the data for you later.