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Rank the 20 main starting Goalkeepers from 1-20 watch

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    Rank the 20 goalkeepers, the ones with the most starts for each team from best to worst based on last season. I'll start:
    1. David De Gea- Manchester United
    2. Hugo Lloris- Spurs
    3. Thibaut Courtois- CFC
    4. Ospina- Arsenal
    5. Fraser Forster- Soton
    6. Joe Hart- MCFC
    7. Simon Mignolet- LFC
    8. Lukasz Fabianski- Swansea
    9. Pantilimon- SAFC
    10. Tim Krul- NUFC
    11. Ben Foster- WBA
    12. Adrian- WHU
    13. Asmir Begovic- Stoke
    14. Rob Green- QPR
    15. Kasper Schmeichel- Leicester
    16. Julian Speroni- CPFC
    17. Brad Guzan- AVFC
    18. Tom Heaton- Burnley
    19. Tim Howard- Everton
    20. Alan McGregor- Hull tigers
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    (Original post by theo1jinx)
    Hull tigers
    This made me laugh a lot.
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    Too difficult.

    i'd say the top 6 select themselves, then the rest have all been very similar this season. No poor keepers stand out.
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    Courtois
    De Gea
    Lloris
    Forster
    Hart

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    2.Courtois

    The rest.
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    DDG
    Courtois
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    Lloris
    Hart
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    Ospina
    Mignolet
    Forster
    Krul
    Begovic
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    Everyone else
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    Ospina is way too high on your lists guys. Average keeper. Agree with Mackay's list aside from that though.

    DDG
    Courtois
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    Lloris
    Hart
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    Mignolet
    Forster
    Krul
    Begovic
    Fabianski
    Ospina
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    Everyone else
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    (Original post by Mackay)
    This made me laugh a lot.
    http://www.theguardian.com/football/...name-change-fa .. If i was a Hull fan I'd protest.
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    1. Courtois (Chelski)
    2. De Gea (Man Utd)
    3. Lloris (The Choking Cockerels)
    4. Ospina (The Arsenal)
    5. Fabianski (Swansea)
    6. Forster (Southampton)
    7. Begovic (Stoke)
    8. Hart (Man City)
    9. Adrian (West Ham)
    10. Schmeichel (Leicester)
    11. Howard (Everton)
    12. Speroni (Palace)
    13. Mignolet (Liverpool)
    14. Guzan (Villa)
    15. Pantilimon (Sunderland)
    16. Foster (West Brom)
    17. Krul (Newcastle)
    18. Heaton (Burnley)
    19. Green (QPR)
    20. McGregor (Hull)
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    (Original post by TheGiantPunkGooner)
    [*]Ospina (The Arsenal)[*]Fabianski (Swansea)[*]Forster (Southampton)[*]Begovic (Stoke)[*]Hart (Man City)[*]Adrian (West Ham)[*]Schmeichel (Leicester)[*]Howard (Everton)[*]Speroni (Palace)[*]Mignolet (Liverpool)
    Lol. Ospina over Hart.

    Lol. Mignolet that far down.

    Lol. Fabianski anywhere other than bottom.
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    (Original post by Mackay)
    Lol. Ospina over Hart.

    Lol. Mignolet that far down.

    Lol. Fabianski anywhere other than bottom.
    Mignolet and Hart have both been average at best this season. So many mistakes, especially Mignolet.
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    (Original post by TheGiantPunkGooner)
    especially Mignolet.
    Pre-Christmas, maybe. He's got the highest number of clean sheets in the league now, though, and is rejuvenated. He's been crucial for us.
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    (Original post by Mackay)
    Pre-Christmas, maybe. He's got the highest number of clean sheets in the league now, though, and is rejuvenated. He's been crucial for us.
    He was never bad tbh. Pre-Christmas the hideous defence made him look shaky, but after x-mas he made some superb games, vs Blackburn, vs Newcastle, vs City, vs Swansea he was really solid.. Won us many points lately
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    (Original post by theo1jinx)
    He was never bad tbh. Pre-Christmas the hideous defence made him look shaky, but after x-mas he made some superb games, vs Blackburn, vs Newcastle, vs City, vs Swansea he was really solid.. Won us many points lately
    Exactly. The only real game which stands out as him being out-of-his-depth was Burnley away, but he didn't start that match and was thrown in after Jones' injury.
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    (Original post by Mackay)
    Exactly. The only real game which stands out as him being out-of-his-depth was Burnley away, but he didn't start that match and was thrown in after Jones' injury.
    Gotta love his passion too, the way he yells at the defence after making a save :P this man loves the club and always gives 100%, no doubt. Only respect for such players
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    Gotta love his passion too, the way he yells at the defence after making a save :P this man loves the club and always gives 100%, no doubt. Only respect for such players
    He's worked tirelessly with Dr Steve Peters to turn around his confidence, and it's reaping benefits. You can see him more assured.
 
 
 
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