The Golden Glove, formerly known as the Yashin Award, is an accolade handed to the goalkeeper who is deemed to have put in the most impressive performances at a World Cup finals.
As we approach the latter stages of this summers World Cup in Russia, it is continuing to prove one of the most unpredictable tournaments in living memory. Argentina and Portugal’s exits came as no great surprise, but the Germans getting kicked out in the group stages and Spain being knocked out by Russia have been real shocks to the system.
The biggest wages in football are often reserved for strikers, or at least attacking players. The unsung heroes of so many great teams, however, are goalkeepers - arguably the most important position on the pitch - so they surely deserve to be well rewarded for their talents.
Kalvin Philips has become an integral part of the Leeds side this season.
Celtic play Bayern Munich next month.
It's just seven days until gamers can lay their hands on Fifa 17 and EA have just announced the game's top keepers from around the globe.
France are set to face Germany in the second European Championship semi-final.
In a game of layers and fronts and deep defensive lines, it always seemed likely the ending would boil down to a decisive moment for the men at the very back.
The goalkeeper will be hoping to help his side to their second consecutive major tournament triumph.
Liverpool face Borussia Dortmund in the Europa League quarter-finals.
Arsenal are running out of patience with Unai Emery.
Jack Clarke was in action for Leeds United against Luton Town at the weekend.
Tottenham Hotspur have been linked with Ruben Dias.
Everton forward Moise Kean is still yet to score since arriving at Goodison Park.
Patrick Bamford scored once and created the other as Marcelo BIelsa's Leeds United secured a dramatic 2-1 Championship win away at Luton Town.
Mark Hughes was sacked by Southampton a year ago but he could return to the Premier League with the struggling Toffees.
Wolves are up to fifth place.
Chelsea midfielder Ngolo Kante started for Frank Lampard's side against Manchester City.
The Rangers manager Steven Gerrard is not currently short in the former Ibrox man's position.
Tottenham Hotspur secured all three points against their London rivals West Ham United yesterday.