A tough call between two of England's great 'keepers.
The fact that Ray Clemence picked up 61
caps for the Three Lions is made all the more impressive when you consider the period during which he played and the competition for the No.1 jersey that he faced.
First, the 1970s proved to be the wilderness years for England, as they failed to qualify for the ‘74 and ’78 World Cups. Second, Clemence was in direct competition with the legendary Peter Shilton.
The two friends and rivals both helped England through qualification for the ’82 Finals but when it came to the tournament proper, England Manager Ron Greenwood selected Shilton as his first choice 'keeper, leaving Clemence to watch the action from the sidelines.
Despite that disappointment, Clemence will always be remembered as one of England's great 'keepers.