World's Best Goalkeepers of all time Top 10

World's Best Goalkeepers of all time Top 10 
Edwin van der Sar (Netherlands)
When van der Sar to block the kick Nicolas Anelka in the Champions League final, he really is a scourge for Chelsea players at penalties. That's because in the Community Shield before, he has also done the same with a penalty dismissed all the players who made the Blues. Van der Sar became the player who most defends the Dutch national team by appearing 128 times and finally retired after Euro 2008. He also listed himself as the goalkeeper who won the Champions League with two different clubs, that is, Ajax Amsterdam and Manchester United.

Dida (Brazil)
After Claudio Taffarel, Dida into new Brazilian goalkeeper in world football that counts. This was proven when he became the first goalkeeper of the Samba team are included in the candidate winning the Ballon d'Or in 2003 and 2005. Even if Dida has won the World Cup with Brazil, and various domestic & international titles with AC Milan, unfortunately he is also known due to several incidents that are less good. The last one was when he pretended to fall and hurt when touched by a supporter of Glasgow Celtic in the Champions League.




Petr Cech (Czech Republic)
When Chelsea won the Premier League for two consecutive times, many people assume it is due to the cold hands of Jose Mourinho. But under the rule of the Blues is a Cech, who has previously purchased from Rennes and will be used as a backup Carlo Cudicini. When Cech should be out for three months in a collision with Reading player Stephen Hunt, Chelsea failed to retain the Premier League. The incident made Cech must wear protective headgear until now. Cech the best goalkeeper 2008 UEFA choice, and even had time to make blunders in Euro 2008 against Turkey, it remains the first choice in the Czech Republic national team and also Stamford Bridge.

Dino Zoff (Italy)
World Cup 1982 to be the pinnacle achievement Zoff. At the age of 40, he became the oldest player to win the World Cup. In addition, he also became the second goalkeeper to captain on a championship team, and also elected as the best goalkeeper. Though early in his career, he was rejected by Inter Milan and Juventus because they are less high. In a poll to find the best goalkeeper in the 20th century conducted by the International Federation of Football History and Statistics (IFFHS), Zoff was in third position in the Lev Yashin (Soviet Union) and Gordon Banks (England).

Gianluigi Buffon (Italy)
Transfer value which makes it the world's most expensive goalkeeper to be evidence of mastery Buffon (pictured) keep wicket on the gridiron. In addition, a series of individual title she won from the various parties is also a guarantee of his ability. At the 2006 World Cup, his goal is not impregnable a goal for 453 minutes until finally the Azzurri to win and get Buffon goalkeeper Lev Yashin Award as the best during the tournament.

Iker Casillas (Spain)
He was only 27 years, but has performed over 300 times for Real Madrid and became the second goalkeeper who played most of the Spanish national team after Andoni Zubizarreta. When Spain won Euro 2008, Casillas became the first goalkeeper to captain the European team championship tournament. Although he only played in Madrid since 1999 the senior team, he always seemed to be the first choice of Los Merengues under the crossbar. At the age of 19, Casillas became the youngest goalkeeper who appeared in the Champions League final when Real Madrid beat Valencis 3-0.

Lev Yashin (Soviet Union)
This legendary player is the goalkeeper who was at the top in a poll conducted by the IFFHS. Yashin was elected thanks to the athletic ability and also his posture that makes undaunted the opponent's strikers.

He earned the nickname Spider Black because black is always wearing a costume and also because of his expertise dismissed the enemy fire as if making has eight hands. Use of his name by FIFA to award for the best goalkeeper in every World Cup soccer world is a recognition of human achievement.

Peter Schmeichel (Denmark)
Tall, blond hair, and red nose. Three things are things that always appear in the memory when Schmeichel's name is called. But for the striker who became Manchester United and Danish national team, The Great Dane is a giant wall that can not be penetrated. Reflexes are amazing level for the size of him, as well as the ability to turn defense into attack straight through to throw away the attackers, one of the main reasons why the United became the team that dominated the Premier League in the era of 90s.

Rinat Dasayev (USSR)
If there is no Dutch trio Ruud Gullit, Frank Rijkaard and Marco van Basten, the Soviet Union could be the team who will be champions at Euro 1988. Dasayev performed brilliantly during the tournament in Germany, and only Gullit and van Basten volley that is able to break the Soviet resistance in the final.

Dasayev dubbed the "Iron Curtain" is regarded as the second best goalkeeper in Russia after Yashin. He appeared in three World Cups and played 91 times for the Soviet national team until his retirement in 1990. Recently he performed at the Luzhniki Stadium during the Champions League final last May to bring the cup to the field. It relates to his duties as ambassador in Moscow final.

Gordon Banks (England)
Banks became the first choice England manager Sir Alf Ramsey as the Three Lions won the 1966 World Cup. However, he had become a legend in world football through the action he did four years later at the World Cup in Mexico. When England play against Brazil, Pele the ball into the far against England, shouting "Goal!". This was done because he was very sure Banks could not save his goal. But the Banks which are in the wrong position, managed to jump in the opposite direction and touch the ball with his thumb up to the ball most of the mental over the crossbar. The goalkeeper knows he can touch the ball, but thought the ball was past the goal line. He had not realized a goal after hearing greetings from the spectators in the stadium and congratulated by captain Bobby Moore. Pele himself said that the rescue performed Banks is the greatest he's ever seen.

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No Kahn? that's absolutely stupid & not even worth reading...

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