Gordon Banks obituary
The Guardian -

Supremely agile World Cup-winning England goalkeeper responsible for ‘the greatest save ever made’

Gordon Banks, who has died aged 81, was the best goalkeeper England have ever had and is widely regarded as one of the finest to have played for any side in any era. A World Cup winner in 1966, he also appeared in the 1970 World Cup finals, where, against Brazil, he was responsible for what is often cited as “the greatest save ever made” – a supremely agile effort from a close-range header by...

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