Clubs occasionally need to call on their second-choice goalkeeper when their first choice is injured - but two hasn't been enough for Plymouth Argyle.
League One's bottom club used their fifth different goalkeeper of the season for Saturday's trip to AFC Wimbledon.
Norwich City's Remi Matthews was signed on an emergency loan on Friday after injuries to three senior stoppers meant youth team keeper Michael Cooper, 18, made his debut from the bench at Blackburn on Tuesday.
The latest change, though, proved a blessing in disguise as Matthews shone in Plymouth's 1-0 win at Kingsmeadow.
A rare clean sheet helped Argyle end a run of 12 league matches without victory.