Mats Frans would rather describe himself as someone who is very calm in goal and always tries to be a resting point for his team by being playable. Not immediately named among his idols, but Mats’ playing style reminds us a bit of Neuer. He’s often playing high up and can not only push his team forward, but also intercept a lot of crosses or long balls that are dropped over the defense. Of course, anyone who wants to play high also needs sufficient coaching skills to steer the team so that this can be done as little as possible and there is no need to intervene, because of course there is always a risk of taking a red card.