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Reebok Casillas Provecta Elite

The Casillas Reebok goalkeeper gloves feature a classic and fairly simple white and blue design – predominantly white body with low-grooved latex foam backhand, blue trim, removable finger protecting spines in the fingers. The fabrics used aim at a generally lightweight and flexible glove, with lightweight mesh fabric visible in the backhand and thumb. The most interesting and innovative feature of the gloves is perhaps the super long ‘wrap around’ wrist strap. In fact, the wrist strap on the official Casillas replica gloves available for sale in the shops and those worn by Casillas himself is different, with the strap on the official replica glove a far more experimental design. It is constructed from a long piece of fabric, stitched to the lower backhand of the glove and cutting diagonally across it, wrapping all the way round the wrist of the palm side of the glove, coming round the backhand again and fastening on the palm side

Nike Vapor Grip CLASSIC

DESIGN: Classic Cut palm offers expanded saving and catching area.

GRIP: 4mm Contact foam palm absorbs shot impact and enhances grip.

BACKHAND: Ventilated mesh allows for cool airflow in-between the fingers.

WRIST: Flexible Fit wristband with Pull-Tab provides an easy adjustment while also reducing scuffing of foam.

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Dino Zoff

Dino Zoff (born February 28-1942) is an Italian former football goalkeeper and is the oldest winner ever of the World Cup, which he earned as captain of the Italian team in the 1982 tournament in Spain, at the age of 40. Zoff was a goalkeeper of outstanding ability and has a place in the history of the sport among the very best in this role, being named the 3rd greatest goalkeeper of the 20th century by the IFFHS behind Lev Yashin and Gordon Banks. He holds the record for the longest playing time without allowing goals in international tournaments (1142 minutes) set between 1972 and 1974. With 112 caps he is third only to Fabio Cannavaro and Paolo Maldini in number of appearances for the Azzurri. In 2004 Pelé named him as one of the 125 greatest living footballers. After retiring as a footballer, Zoff went on to become coach for the Italian national team and several other Italian clubs.
After his retirement as a player, Zoff went into coaching, joining the technical staff at Juventus, where he was head coach from 1988 to 1990. In 1990 he was sacked, despite winning the UEFA Cup. He then joined Lazio, where he became president in 1994. In 1998 Zoff was appointed coach of the Italian national team. Using a more open and attacking style than usually used by Italian sides, he coached Italy to a second-place finish in Euro 2000, suffering an extra-time defeat at the hands of France in the final, when in the 90th minute of the game, Italy were 1-0 up and less than sixty seconds from winning the tournament before France scored to equalise and go to extra time. A few days later Zoff resigned, following strong criticism from A.C. Milan president and politician Silvio Berlusconi. Zoff returned to Lazio, but resigned following a poor start to the 2001–02 season. In 2005, he was named the coach of Fiorentina. But after saving the team from relegation on the last day of the season, Zoff was let go.

José Luis Chilavert

José Luis Félix Chilavert González (born July 27 1965) is a Paraguayan former football player who played as a goalkeeper. He was a three-time IFFHS World's Best Goalkeeper award winner.
Chilavert was also known for his skills as a free kick specialist, and often took penalties. He scored 62 goals in his professional career, many of them crucial, including eight in international matches. Four of his international goals were scored during Paraguay's qualification for the 2002 FIFA World Cup. His pioneering of this expertise in his position made him the highest scoring professional goalkeeper ever, until surpassed by Brazilian keeper Rogerio Ceni.
Chilavert was also known for his eccentricity and at times fiery temper, which brought him his fair share of controversies; most notorious among them was his being sent off for brawling with Colombian striker Faustino Asprilla. He had 74 international caps for Paraguay and a goalkeeper-record of eight international goals. Chilavert retired from international football in 2003, after a feud with team directors.

Oliver Kahn

Oliver Rolf Kahn (born 15 June 1969) is a former German football goalkeeper. He started his career at Karlsruher SC and in 1994 was transferred to Bayern Munich, his last professional club. He is one of the most successful German players in recent history, having won eight German championships, six German cups, the UEFA Cup (1996), the UEFA Champions League and the Intercontinental Cup (both 2001). His individual contributions have earned him four consecutive UEFA Best European Goalkeeper awards, three IFFHS World's Best Goalkeeper of the Year awards, the Golden Ball at the 2002 FIFA World Cup and two German Footballer of the Year trophies. He played for the German national team (from 1994 to 2006), where he was starting goalkeeper of the 2002 World Cup squad which reached the Finals and won the FIFA World Cup Golden Ball for his performance. Kahn is nicknamed "King Kahn" or "The Titan" due to his formidable presence and influence.
He made his last professional appearance for Bayern Munich on 27 May 2008 at the Salt Lake Stadium (Yuvabharati Krirangan), Kolkata in a friendly against Mohun Bagan of India during Bayern's Asian tour of 2008. Around 120,000 people turned up for the match. The match ended 0-3 in favour of Bayern and Michael Rensing substituted 'King Kahn' in the 55th minute. He is considered to be one of the greatest goalkeepers of all time and is the only goalkeeper in the history of football to win the FIFA World Cup Golden Ball (in World Cup 2002). He never won a World Cup, but finished as runner-up in 2002 and third in 2006.

Buffon not for sale!

Juventus general manager Giuseppe Marotta answered questions about world cup champion 2006 goalkeeper Gianluigi Buffon, who is tracked by AS Roma.

Marotta stated : "Buffon is not for sale and all the rumours linking him with a summer move are false. He and his agent know that too - no problem".