missing Sully in goal. He is far more solid and has a better understanding with the defence. He was a bit inconsistant last season but I believe this is only due to the fact that he doesn't really have any competition for his place.
Michael Bartlett: I have to agree with a couple of comments about Sully's positioning. As an ex-goalkeeper myself I have much more faith in his OVERALL ability. Although I do believe that Keller has come a long way since I first watched him - I think it will be a fascinating battle and it can only mean good things for Spurs.
Don Amaechi: It has gotta be sully!! Although he hasn't been consistent as of late, he has more ability than most keepers in the Premiership. I think the problem is our defence, if we get the right blend of centrebacks then whoever is in goal won't have as many saves to make.
Mark Cobbett: Neil Sullivan is the No1 keeper, but Kasey has been playing great, in the friendlies and the end of last season.
Jonathan Wood: Keller is my choice for our goalkeeper next year. Generally, I think he is a better all round goalie. Sullivan has made to many mistakes, it's time someone else had a chance at that No1 shirt.
Adrian Martin: I think he should choose Sully. Over the season Sully kept us in a lot of matches where we could and possibly should have been hammered. Kasey is a good solid keeper who does everything well. Sully is an excellant keeper who can be miraculous but makes a few (and only a few) mistakes.
Andrew Haslett: KASEY keller should start in goal because, his handling and positioning in and around his area is much better than sullys. Sully can't hold on to the ball like keller.
Stephen Prescott: On current form, it would have to be Keller. I think Sully is a better keeper but is at times a bit reckless and makes silly mistakes. Keller in almost all the games he has played for Spurs, he has make solid performances.
Ali Wood: I think Sulli has more skill overall, but Keller's form was less eratic. So Sulli, but as soon as he hits a bad spot of form put Kasey in instead and let Sulli return to form in the reserves or whatever.
Dean Wallace: Sully no question, aren't we all forgeting the 00-01 season where he as good as was a one man defence the game against West Ham in the F.A Cup quarter finals that season proves this.
Jimmy Chan: Keller is my choice. This is my suggestion of the starting line up: Keller (GK); Carr (RB); Bunjevcevic (CB); Thatcher (LB); Anderton (RM); Acimovic (RCM); Redknapp (CM); Blondel/Ricketts (LCM); Ziege (LM); Sheringham (RF); Iversen (LF).
Gary Hayes: Keller, Sully is to up and down, when he is good he is very good but last year he went off the boil - Keller is always solid.
Simon Buckingham: Keller because he is more experienced.
Genette Baisden: Keller done OK towards the back end of last season but we were definitely