I was one of the many who scoffed and laughed at David Icke's early theories. Daft man. Wacky ideas. Consign him to the loony bin. Then I began to investigate his recent work.
By definition, goalkeepers do a job that's different to everyone else's around them - well, except for the one other person on the pitch doing the same job as them, but they're not exactly going to be pally with him/her - and as a result, it must surely be utterly alienating.