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goal

1. (in various sports) the net, basket, etc. into or over which players try to propel the ball, puck, etc., to score
2. Sport
a. a successful attempt at scoring
b. the score so made
3. (in soccer, hockey, etc.) the position of goalkeeper

goal

(programming)
In logic programming, a predicate applied to its arguments which the system attempts to prove by matching it against the clauses of the program. A goal may fail or it may succeed in one or more ways.
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Maybe Liverpool have seen Allison enough to conclude that he isn't a truly great goalkeeper.
Liverpool have already been linked with a move for another goalkeeper in the summer after Mignolet said earlier this week he was considering his future at the club, saying "This situation cannot last too long.
Bengaluru FC coach Alberto Roca was still undecided on his first-choice goalkeeper for the clash with regular goalkeeper Gurpreet suspended and Abhra injured.
If we have to decide, we know he's a very good goalkeeper.
We want our young goalkeepers to gain knowledge on this highly-specialised art of goalkeeping at the right age.
There are many talented goalkeepers in Egypt, but unfortunately the coaching level is very poor.
The 23-year-old 'keeper kept 13 clean sheets in 52 appearances for the Bees last season, establishing himself as first choice stopper at Griffin Park and furthering his reputation as one of the highest rated young goalkeepers in British football.
Despite Reina insisting that he was happy to remain at Liverpool, the arrival of Mignolet was seen as a sign that Rodgers was prepared to allow the long-serving goalkeeper to leave the club.
The reason for this dilemma is because I do not think any goalkeeper stole my eye in the Premier League this season
For Rough, the importance of Scotland having their first-choice goalkeeper between the sticks cannot be emphasised strongly enough ahead of tomorrow's opener with Serbia, despite the presence of Cardiff City's David Marshall in the squad.
For example, during the recent four- nation Olympic test event, Bharat went down with fever and I had to step in," the Kerala goalkeeper said.
This is a young goalkeeper that has gone to Cheltenham and done very well there," said the boss.