Thursday, 6 February 2020

Ramsdale will be desperate for clean sheet at Bramall Lane

Aaron Ramsdale has had a busy career since signing for AFCB in 2017. While he has been out on loan at Chesterfield and AFC Wimbledon, he has made the keeper jersey at Bournemouth his own in a remarkably quick time. Going back to Bramall Lane will be inspirational for him I hope, and I expect there is no where he would rather get his fifth clean sheet of the season.
Aaron Ramsdale will make it a season to remember if he an help the Cherries stay up.
Looking at Aaron's stats for this season on the Premier League website it records only one mistake from Aaron leading to a goal. He has had an incredible time between the sticks and has made a total of 83 saves so far, many of them being outstanding. Aaron ranks number four in the number of saves stats and he tops the English keepers, so we are quite right to call him England's number one.

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What makes Aaron special though is the energy he brings to the game. I don't know any other keeper that really gets such a buzz from playing the game. He could be playing out on the pitch all day and wouldn't get bored of playing. He wants to win as well which is something every team needs - players that are winners.

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I was a bit shocked that Aaron blamed himself for the goal that Aston Villa scored against Bournemouth in the last game. He might have been a bit slower than he wanted in going to make the punch, but I am not sure he was ever going to be favourite to get their first. He can put that behind him now though and look to try and get his fifth clean sheet as a ground that will really mean a lot to him.
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