Czech international goalkeeper Petr Čech was the world’s eighth best ’keeper for 2014, according to the International Federation of Football Historians and Statistics. The 32-year-old, who lost top spot with English club Chelsea this season to Belgian Thibaut Courtois, was usually ranked third in the IFFHS ratings in past years. Germany and Bayern Munich’s Manuel Neuer has claimed his second victory in a row as the world’s best goalkeeper last year.
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