South African and Southgate keeper Van Loggerenberg shares his advice between the posts
Be calm, make yourself look as simple as possible
“The simple keeper is usually the better keeper. I find lots of keepers that are diving around all the time going crazy.
“Yes, they may make a couple of good saves, but actually they’re the ones that may concede a few goals that they should be saving, so just be calm.”
A good stance
“Head slightly over the knees in a squatting position, and feet shoulder width apart so it allows you to explode. My goalkeeper coach calls it the lightning bolt.
“It’s also another part that has changed my game, I was a slightly wider stance keeper and that’s allowed for less explosive energy when trying to make a save.”
“I saw a quote that says a good keeper make saves, but a great keeper doesn’t have to because of their communication.
“I think a lot of times I find keepers are very quiet, but you have to be loud and proud at the back.”
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