The day is set to dawn on a new season and Leeds fans have a real headache in their hands, who will be our stopper this season?
It was probably one of the first things that supporters were looking for when the lineup for the Oxford game was announced.
Felix Wiedwald was the man given the 'nod' so it may seen that Thomas Christiansen has picked his number one for the 2017/18, or has he?
This decision really has TC in a pickle, should he go with experience and one of the positives of last season? Or should he pick a younger, more wildcard option who was signed for the first team?
Not to say that Green doesn't still have a shout of being picked as Leeds' man between the posts next Sunday, it really has been a whirlwind for both stoppers this preseason.
At 37-years old you have probably at least a few more season's left and if you've got the skill you should be challenging as high as you can. There's no doubt Green had last season, despite a nightmare first game at QPR and the goal against Newcastle at Elland Road, you'd expect to retain the keepers jersey.
For me; himself, Ayling, Bartley, Jansson and Berardi were the reason why our usual soft rearguard stiffened up and the number of clean sheets was a feat in itself. He personified professionalism.
With a new coach and fresh idea's it may not surprise many that Weidwald has a different way of playing the ball out from the back, usually to feet with the goalkeeper having quite a lot of possession, which seemed to make Luke Ayling rather frustrated on Saturday.
Personally, I still think Green is the best keeper in the squad and now Silvestri has gone to pastures new it is a straight fight between Green and Wienwald with the German seemingly ahead on points.
If Wiedwald does start next Sunday I'd expect the latter to leave before the August transfer window slams shut, I really do hope though he doesn't.
A club needs two good experienced goalkeepers and with no loan window available it would mean that our backup would be Peacock-Farrell, his time will come but hopefully he will be given a couple of years to develop, not thrown straight into the first team.
I'm a big fan of the amiable Green and still think that he has a lot to give football and hopefully that is in a Leeds shirt. Wiedwald may be the future, but in my opinion not just yet. Time will tell if I'm wrong.
By Keith Ingham