He saved 69% of shots in MLS, to Turner's 73% (more like 75 after his rookie yr). And there's been a pretty considerable disparity for the NT surely (can't find the stat). If anything Steffen has become a worse shot-stopper due to injuries, rust, and confidence loss. His save % in the BL was a sub-standard 63%. While Turner has risen to the occasion for the NT when he's played tougher comp. Look at the comparative play v. Mexico for one. Turner's saving that bad angle shot Steffen got small for, let alone would he have reacted to the one today. When has Turner allowed a score like that in his entire USMNT career? His 4 scores against have been two ones which would have required a great save (if savable), a pk, and hard own goal. Balls aren't bouncing by him. Turner's argument is saving about 1 every other game that Steffen simply doesn't. Steffen's is he's better w/ his feet. People could at least have the honest argument which trade-off is worth it (I say d, because that's a gk's 1st job, actually). If anyone's acting like Steffen's anywhere near the shot-stopper, and Turner wouldn't have saved the one today, their serious bias is showing.