Who should be the Asian Best XI goalkeeper for 2011?

This is the chance for our readers to have their say on Goal.com's 2011 Asian Best XI, so get voting before the Readers' Best XI is announced on January 10
Earlier this week, Goal.com published its Asian Best XI for 2011, prompting plenty of responses from our readers.

And now is the chance for you to have your say, with a Best XI to be decided by the readers.

Over the next week, Goal.com will release polls day-by-day, position-by-position, starting with goalkeepers.

Polls will be live for central defenders, full-backs, defensive midfielders, attacking midfielders and forwards over the course of the week. Following the completion of voting, Goal.com will announce the Readers' Asian Best XI for 2011 on January 10.

Goal.com named Wigan's Omani goalkeeper Ali Al Habsi as its number one for 2011, with Australian Mark Schwarzer on the bench. Malaysia's Khairul Fahmi was named in the Under-23 Best XI, while China's Yang Zhi and Al Sadd's Mohammed Saqr were also in the mix for selection for the Best XI after outstanding years.

So get in fast and have your say by voting below...

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