To celebrate the website's two-year anniversary, goalkeeper journalist Mouhamad Rachini is ranking the 10 best goalkeepers of all time from each of the big five European leagues. This is the Premier League edition. [READ MORE].
Game after game, week after week, Emiliano Martínez continues to prove he’s no one-season wonder. On Feb. 27, the Aston Villa goalkeeper picked up his third clean sheet in his last four Premier League... [READ MORE].
One of the biggest criticisms Kepa Arrizabalaga faced last season was his reluctance to attack crosses and set-pieces. The Spaniard was very reserved -- he rarely, if ever, left his line, and it was even rarer to... [READ MORE]
Chelsea fans, your wish has been granted. With the current season already underway, the Blues have finally found a new goalkeeper in Édouard Mendy. Days after Chelsea manager Frank Lampard confirmed the 28 year old's medical... [READ MORE]
Football is back, baby! Well, OK, football has been back for a while; the South Korean K League 1 opened their season on May 8, the German Bundesliga returned on May 16, and the Portuguese Liga NOS returned on June 3... [READ MORE].
What's with Spanish football clubs and Champions League goals being scored from incredibly acute angles? A day after Atletico Madrid conceded a Paulo Dybala freekick from the left side of their goal, Valencia struck a... [READ MORE]
David de Gea is set to become the richest goalkeeper in the world. Although not yet official, reports suggest that De Gea will sign a new six-year contract with Manchester United. The deal is valued... [READ MORE]
*With the 2018-2019 European club seasons having come to a close, Between the Sticks is honouring the best goalkeepers from the top five European leagues (Bundesliga, La Liga, Ligue 1, Premier League, and Serie A)... [READ MORE]
Déjà vu, anyone? For the second time in two seasons, Barcelona have bottled a three-goal lead in a UEFA Champions League knockout tie. As if the 2018 disaster in Rome wasn't enough, the... [READ MORE]
It’s happened again. As if this month wasn’t unkind enough to David De Gea, April showers rained down on the Spaniard’s parade for (hopefully) one last time. With Chelsea down 1-0 to Manchester United in their April 28 matchup, centre-back... [READ MORE]