i disagree with you mate. Jens is doing well coming into a club where he is number one and had a completely different technique to the established goal keeping regimen. He is a technically gifted keeper and works very hard. He has been caught making one serious error of judgement when he slipped. I am happy with him. He has heart. He wants it and is incredibley professional........and those warm ups! You could read the Karma sutra standing on your head in zero gravity and not see such positions..........its just not human.. No old geezer is meant to do that to himself unless escaping from a barrel over niagra fallspatrick42uk said:IMO the most lehmann will have is a season. He hasnt convinced me at all. In the majority of his games, he flaps at corners and crosses. The saves he has made have been average at best, routine for any keeper. Taylor fills me with more confidence. Anytime he comes in he has always impressed. In fact i cannot recall any glaring mistakes by him, which is unusual for a keeper. The test for him would be to show he is capable over a long period. I'm convinced at any other premiership club, he'd be challenging james kirkland and robinson for a spot in the england team. I hope wenger is brave enough next season to make taylor number 1.