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Manchester City goalkeeper Keith MacRae

From Sir Bobby's comb-over to Kevin Keegan's perm - Golden Years

Peter Bonetti 1970

Chelsea goalkeeper Peter Bonetti prior to the Division One football match against Coventry City at Stamford Bridge in London on November Chelsea won

Newcastle Utd goalkeeper Gordon Marshall in 1964.

Newcastle Utd goalkeeper Gordon Marshall in 1964.

Mervyn Day

Mervyn Day

Ron Springett England goalkeeper

Take a look at the 'Soccer - England Goalkeeper Ron Springett - Ron Springett, England goalkeeper' prints from Media Storehouse

Gordon Banks, 1963. Gordon Banks, born 30 December 1937, England international goalkeeper (1963–1972, 73 apps). Chesterfield (1958–1959), Leicester City (1959-1967), Stoke City (1967–1972), Cleveland Stokers (1967, on loan), Hellenic (1971, loan), St Patrick's Athletic (1977, on loan), Fort Lauderdale Strikers (1978), He made 628 apps during a 15 year career in the Football League. The IFFHS named Banks 2nd best goalkeeper of the 20th century, Lev Yashin (1st), Dino Zoff (3rd). FIFA…

The perfect football gift for anyone whatever their age, these football top Manchester United FC Pens will get plenty of use.

Peter Bonetti Chelsea

Today we say happy birthday to Chelsea legend Peter 'The Cat' Bonetti!

'Banks of England'. Gordon Banks, Stoke City goalkeeper and England World Cup winner. 1967

'Banks of England'. Gordon Banks, Stoke City goalkeeper and England World Cup winner. 1967

Fabio Cudicini (Trieste, 20 October 1935) – One of the greatest goalkeepers in the history of Italian football, Fabio Cudicini arrived in Rome in the summer of 1958. 1960/61 was the season that Cudicini began to build his own personal legend, proving decisive winning the Fairs Cup. It was the dawn of the '60s; newspaper reports, photos, radio and chatter from the fans who flocked to the stadium all combined in the public imagination to transform him into a true Italian sports icon of his…

Fabio Cudicini (Trieste, 20 October 1935) – One of the greatest goalkeepers in the history of Italian football, Fabio Cudicini arrived in Rome in the summer of 1958. 1960/61 was the season that Cudicini began to build his own personal legend, proving decisive winning the Fairs Cup. It was the dawn of the '60s; newspaper reports, photos, radio and chatter from the fans who flocked to the stadium all combined in the public imagination to transform him into a true Italian sports icon of his…

John Lukic

BT Sport, Football, pic: August Division Arsenal goalkeeper John Lukic shouting instructions, John Lukic had 2 spells at 2 clubs, (Leeds United and Arsenal) and was with Arsenal and 1996

Cardiff City goalkeeper Graham Vernacombe in 1954.

Cardiff City goalkeeper Graham Vernacombe in 1954.

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