Take a look into a goalkeepers world with GoPro footage

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It's fairly common knowledge that professional goalkeepers are a different breed to the average person. 

You have to be a little bit crazy it seems to make it as a keeper and following the release of this footage it's easy to see why. 

Chicago Fire and US international goalie Sean Johnson strapped a camera on to the top of his head and gave us all an insight into the complete monotony of goalkeeper training. 

Johnson is a 24 year old keeper that has made four appearances for USA. He is one of the top keepers in MLS and his highly rated by a lot of teams.

Johnson has already had trials at Arsenal, Everton and West Ham and is talented enough to become a number one keeper in the Premier League in the next few years if a team is prepared to make a bid for the 6"4 man.

GoPro have been sneaking in to sports for a while now and this is just another step on the advertising trail.

The camera company have been marketing their products in all forms of games including extreme sports, american football, and the beautiful game. 

Hopefully this is the future of football viewing and Nike will have predicted the future when they made this advert.

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