Both Rafa Benitez and Arsene Wenger threw caution to the wind as they aimed to win last night's Premiership clash between Liverpool FC and Arsenal.
For the first time in the Premiership, both sides opted to play with no Goalkeeper, allowing them to add an extra man up front for the entire match.
Alarmingly, the expectations around a 50-75 goal score were unrealistic as both sides struggled horribly to hit the target regardless of the lack of keeper.
The final score saw the teams draw 4-4.
It was of course Kevin Keegan who initially began the "keeper free" tactic, famously costing Newcastle the league after he began the tactic with a 16 point lead in the league.