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.

By goalkeepersharing, Jun 21 2018 02:38PM

POPE's is the goalie gloves label launched by "Gloves Pope" Christoph Nowak

Christoph's passion has always been the men's ball catchers between the posts since he was about six years old. His first pair, a Christmas present, was made of red knit material with white strips of table tennis batons sewn on. The interest in this product did not let him go in the following years and so he began to collect the often not commercially available gloves of Profikeeper. He received his first pair in 1987 from the Augsburger Maria Aumann, the mother of the former FC Bayern keepers Raimond. Over the next few years, his passion for collecting led to many anecdotes, contacts and friendships, some of which continue to this day, as many of the former goalkeepers are still active as goalkeeping coaches in the professional field. In 1995, Christoph's collection sparked great interest in the adidas global corporation, and at that time, as a consultant in Herzogenaurach, Christoph pushed many things that would make the three-strip company one of the leading goalkeeper glove brands over time. The same applies to his subsequent work at PUMA. Inquisitive, Christoph always asked the professionals about their dealings and their preferences with their most important work tools. These were in many cases pleased with the great interest and, for example, readily filled out questionnaires. Also from the regular contact with the legendary Swabian glove makers of the companies reusch and uhlsport, Christoph was able to acquire a specialist knowledge for the development of the goalkeeper glove, which today has no equal. At the center of his professional career was always the goalkeeper as a person, which is why he is popular and appreciated in the whole professional scene. His advice and know-how, for example in the case of finger injuries, is often used by many professionals. After ten years at the Austrian online retailer KEEPERsport, which owed a large part of his fame to Christoph's successful marketing activities and, above all, his diverse professional contacts, he made the long-cherished dream of owning a goalkeeper brand come true with three friends.


POPE's Goalkeeper Gloves have been created solely from the greatest passion for the product. This impresses us with an ingenious simplicity and offers each goalkeeper a fantastic grip and feel for his job, without any described in any great words, but in the end useless bells and whistles, which makes a goalkeeper glove unnecessarily expensive. Apparently, the prices are no longer set limits, but we set with an amount of about 60, - € for our top model in this regard standards of reason. Furthermore, we introduce our own ideas into our product development and, in one case or another, will draw on features that appear to us highly appropriate and mature for today's greatly increased demands for a goal, but over the years on the Unfortunately, the glove market was lost. The product and color palette from the 80s and 90s is one of our role models, always from the point of view of the necessities of today's state of the art. Our fantastic adhesive foam #MAGICGRIP and an exceptionally attractive price / performance ratio that is second to none are indispensable pillars of our company philosophy. An extremely important point of our thinking is also to give our partners from the professional field the best possible material and an optimal support, a payment for the use of our products is not provided. POPE's has positioned itself after only a few weeks on the highest level: U21 international match, Champions League qualification, Europa League qualification, Bundesliga matches - and promotion - everywhere since March 1, 2018 our label was right in the thick of it !

Professional partners:

- Alexander Nübel (FC Schalke 04 / DFB U21)

- Simon Henzler (goalkeeping coach FC Schalke 04)

- Ramazan Özcan (Bayer 04 Leverkusen)

- Niklas Lomb (Bayer 04 Leverkusen)

- Christian Vander (goalkeeping coach Werder Bremen)

- Fabian Bredlow (1st FC Nuremberg)

- Thorsten Kirschbaum (1st FC Nuremberg)

- Sascha Burchert (SpVgg Greuther Fürth)

- Tom Mickel (Hamburger SV)

- Alexander Brunst-Zöllner (1st FC Magdeburg)

- Tom Müller (Hallescher FC)

- Hendrik Bonmann (TSV 1860 Munich)

- Sebastian Mielitz (SønderjyskE Fodbold / Denmark)

- Tim Wiese

- Lutz Pfannenstiel

-Daniel Akpeyi (Chippa United F.C.)