Craig MacGillivray has been subject to some criticism as Charlton's goalkeeper and I think that some of it was justified. Some of the goals he conceded could have been saved. Nevertheless, there is a more positive side to the story: https://londonnewsonline.co.uk/joint-top-of-the-home-clean-sheets-table-and-charlton-man-has-more-assists-than-liverpool-star-mane/
Assists are one thing but Leamington's former keeper barmy binman Tony Breeden used to score goals and not just as penalty taker. The sight of him tearing up the wing unnerved the opposition but you could only get away with it in non-league football.