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Commentary Corner is back with a vengeance after BT Sport's puzzling analysis of Lukasz Fabianski and Edouard Mendy in West Ham's win over Chelsea this weekend. There were contrasting VAR opinions at Parks Villa and St James' as Kasper Schmeichel had producers trawling the rulebook after his clever paw denied Jacob Ramsey a goal in the former. Sadl…
 
This week's episode includes a look at similar saving scenarios for Alvaro Fernandez, David de Gea and Martin Dubravka. Conditions wreaked havoc across the land and we saw Kasper Schmeichel dealing a little better with the snow than his opposite number, Dan Bachmann - back in for Watford with Ben Foster set for a period on the sidelines. In the EFL…
 
Guess what? Rich is on holiday... Again! Still, we couldn't let another week pass without a Between the Sticks. All the key Premier League action is assessed, with a particular focus on recent comments made by – shock of the century coming up – Gary Neville and Jamie Carragher. At the age of 31, Jason Steele made his Premier League debut with an MO…
 
Foul or no foul? That is the question. Both Alisson and his manager Jurgen Klopp were furious at the fact West Ham's opener in their win over Liverpool was allowed to stand. Meanwhile, over in Manchester, David de Gea was criticised for conceding the second of Man City's two goals in the 186th Manchester Derby. We discuss both incidents, in additio…
 
It's not often two goalkeepers conceded a combined 12 goals of a weekend, yet come away thinking, "I've not actually had a bad one today." That was arguably the case with messrs De Gea and Krul in respective hammerings for Manchester United and Norwich at the hands of Liverpool and Chelsea. Lukasz Fabianski produced another solid performance for We…
 
This week, we understandably begin proceedings with a quire remarkable performance from Edouard Mendy at Brentford. In equalling his best-ever save return in a single Premier League game, the Senegalese stopper ensured Chelsea bagged three points and earned an MOM award in the process. In the EFL, Glenn Morris racked up a 500th career appearance. S…
 
How many goalkeepers, in total, have been used so far this season? That factors in all 92 professional clubs in English football. League games only. The answer is revealed in the following audio as we take a deeper look into why (hint: more than 92) a substantial amount have been utilised by managers after just ten or so games. Commentary Corner re…
 
Aaron Ramsdale is now at the heart of a consistent back five, lauded by Arsenal fans perhaps realising their swift judgement of the ex-Sheffield United man may have been a little misguided. Elsewhere, debate ensued over whether David De Gea was interfered with by Ollie Watkins for Aston Villa's winner at Old Trafford, David Raya pulled off one of t…
 
What a weekend it was for David de Gea at the London Stadium, but let's not forget the part Lukasz Fabianski played in the game, too. Incredible performance from the Pole, despite being on the losing side - just like Hugo Lloris in Spurs' 3-0 defeat to Chelsea. In the EFL, Luke Southwood is making the most of his chance at Reading, Scott Flinders i…
 
With Richard still kicking back in Dubai, this BTS episode remains via Zoom. However, it contains all the usual goalkeeping goodness, with a focus on David de Gea, Ederson and Aaron Ramsdale from the weekend's Premier League action. Congrats go to Vicente Guaita for racking up 100 appearances at Crystal Palace, a second full top-flight appearance f…
 
Mr Lee has taken it upon himself to jet over to Dubai for some much-needed downtime following the madness of football's off-season in July and August. GKU, however, continues to continue. In this episode, we cover the main talking points from the first batch of international fixtures, plus the few games taking place in the EFL. Rich also offers a l…
 
With little more than 24 hours of the summer transfer window remaining, it was a quick in and out for GKU this morning. Rich, as you're about to hear, was hot on his heels to help dot potential i's and cross possible t's... Or do absolutely nothing at all. Much like houses, transfers can depend on one individual catalysing the chain. Yet, naturally…
 
It may not have been the busiest weekend for Premier League goalkeeping action, but there was certainly one major talking point with the transfer of Aaron Ramsdale to Arsenal finally being completed. Rich offers his verdict on the £30m move, in addition to all the customary goings on from the EFL.저자 Goalkeepers' Union
 
Jonathan Bond has had to wait patiently for a good crack at first-team football. Spells with Watford and Reading promised plenty of potential, but as we've heard so many times on this very platform, goalkeeping isn't always as straightforward as one might wish. Now, following a flirtation with West Brom, Bondy is LA Galaxy's outright No1. We chat t…
 
So that is that. The Euros done. Jordan Pickford bagged a Golden Glove and "Gigio" Donnarumma was named Player of the Tournament. On top of that we witnessed a pretty solid month of goalkeeping action, with lesser known names often usurping global powerhouses and shootout drama just reinforcing why pressure penalties can bring out the best in us. W…
 
England are the Final of a major international tournament. Jordan Pickford has bagged the Euros Golden Glove. Jordan Pickford has broken a record for the most minutes without conceding a goal as England goalkeeper. Kasper Schmeichel saved Harry Kane's penalty, but it still went in. Both Euro 2020 semi-finals are analysed in this, our 100th episode …
 
Take a bow, Jordan Pickford. There just seems to be something about playing for his country that brings the best out in the Everton goalkeeper. We discuss his match-winning performance against Germany and Harry Maguire's comments that the Three Lions No1 is the most scrutinised position in world football. Elsewhere, all the other Last 16 action is …
 
Now the group stages are done, we reflect on the best (and sadly, the not-so-best) action from the final round of games prior to the knockout stages. A tough afternoon at the office for Martin Dubravka was almost usurped with the differing of opinions around the penalty given against Hugo Lloris in France's draw with Portugal. As a result, Commenta…
 
Such is the nature of the Euros schedule, the ad hoc podcast production shall continue is the same manner. We focus on all the key goalkeeping action from Scotland's opening group game with Czech Republic to last night's Home Nations stalemate. Next edition is planned for Thursday, one of those horrible first days with no games following the culmin…
 
With games coming thrice a day, every day, there's no way we can keep up with all the action as it happens. Therefore, we shall record ad hoc throughout the Euros in a bid to react to what we can, when we can. First up is a look at the opening three matchdays, factoring in Jordan Pickford, Danny Ward, Yann Sommer and Maarten Stekelenburg. We also c…
 
It may be slightly late, but here's a quick recap of the Champions League and Europa League Finals. We assess the impact made by Edouard Mendy at Chelsea and what could be David de Gea's last act at Manchester United. Elsewhere, there's a look at the latest transfer activity and a quick eye cast over Gareth Southgate's Euro 2020 squad selection.…
 
With just a few games taking place we thought we'd wait until Monday to cover anything major which may have occurred. Then Ederson decided to ping one half the distance of Manchester, Edouard Mendy spearheaded Chelsea's charge into the Champions League Final and Mark Travers scored an injury-time goal to help Bournemouth on their way to a first Ham…
 
On the agenda is another solid display from Emi Martinez, the future of Arsenal's Bernd Leno and promotions for Watford and Hull. St Johnstone stopper Zander Clark also receives a mention for his heroic efforts as The Saints saw off Rangers in the Scottish Cup Quarter Finals. Oh, and the results from the Schmeichel poll are revealed. Shambles. Plea…
 
As much as we regret to involve listeners in the daily squabbles of the host and co-host of The Goalkeepers' Union Podcast, sometimes we do require an opinion from elsewhere. In this case, you'll hear the differing views of Rich and Matt when it comes to Peter Schmeichel's involvement in Manchester United's 1999 Champions League Final equaliser. (T…
 
There's certainly a time for stories and career anecdotes, but with the an ever-increasing list of podcasts doing just that, GKU wanted to sit down with Kasper Schmeichel and simply talk goalkeeping. No agenda. No idea of how and where the chat would steer. Just a chat about what goalkeeping means to him and, more importantly, what makes him tick. …
 
Following on directly from our chat with Tim Dittmer, Head of Goalkeeping for the FA and England, we now turn to one of his colleagues in the national team setup. And, like Tim, Anthony White is a goalkeeper coach making waves in the game at a relatively young age. Now officially regarded as an England Men's National Goalkeeping Coach, Ant talks us…
 
Manuel Neuer's performance in Bayern Munich's eventual exit from the Champions League had Rich riffing on the role of a sweeper 'keeper and how that translates in England's lower leagues. We also cover the rest of the Champions League Quarter Final action, while casting an eye over another set of games in the EFL.…
 
Dean Henderson looks to be Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's No1 moving forward at Manchester United, Bailey Peacock-Farrell stepped in for Nick Pope and performed admirably in Burnley's home defeat against Newcastle, while Graeme Souness produced some questionable analysis of Vicente Guaita's display in a heavy loss for Crystal Palace. In the EFL, Cardiff fa…
 
Here's a quick pod to cover the games over the Easter period, from Friday through to Sunday evening. Reaction from Monday's EFL and Premier League games will come in Thursday's podcast. No1 Mindset and feature interviews will be available on Patreon at the end of this week and the beginning of next.저자 Goalkeepers' Union
 
International week means zero focus on the Premier League and Championship, so we've offered a quick take on England, Scotland, Wales, Northern Ireland and Ireland's exploits in the first two of the three games for each over this period. We also touch on the few games in League One and League Two.저자 Goalkeepers' Union
 
Plenty of playing-out-from-the-back errors witnessed this weekend, yet none of them the fault of a goalkeeper. A pair of horrid goalkeeper own goals, too. Again, nothing Dan Iversen nor Matt Ingram could have done with their respective in-vain efforts. In Spain, Sevilla stopper Bono bagged a last-minute equaliser at Real Valladolid, while Can Tho's…
 
Head of Goalkeeping for the FA and England. Not a bad title, is it? In this podcast, we discuss the DNA of an England goalkeeper and what the future holds for England goalkeepers and goalkeeper coaching. Tim also explains how he worked his way up the coaching ladder and the multitude of techniques he adopts to being the best out of himself and thos…
 
Edouard Mendy's narrative seems to be swinging back in his favour following another clean sheet against Leeds at the weekend. We look at the Senegalese stopper's performance and remarkable record since joining Chelsea in the summer. Dean Henderson has helped Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to four consecutive Premier League clean sheets for the first time sin…
 
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