Aaron Ramsdale said he was “fortunate” to have his parents keeping him sharp during football’s shutdown – even his dad has picked up an injury! The England under-21 international is back living at home while the Premier League is suspended and revealed his mum and dad had been helping with goalkeeping drills, as part of his daily exercise.
And the talented shot-stopper, who has been unable to work face-to-face with the Dorset club’s goalkeeping department amid COVID-19, was still glad to be put through his paces.
Aaron Ramsdale said: “I am very fortunate for my mum and dad, who still take me down the park to this day and will kick balls at me – even if it just needs to be thrown at me for crossing and stuff like that. We are still getting down to the local football club, just the three of us. To be honest, I think my dad’s pulled his quad. We haven’t been down in a few days – it’s either that, or he just wanted a beer.”
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