Wilshere praises “humble” Arsenal man after their time together

Jack Wilshere has recalled his time on loan at Bournemouth when he was a teammate of Aaron Ramsdale.

Ramsdale made a name for himself on the book of the Cherries before earning two big money moves, firstly to Sheffield United and then Arsenal.

He is now one of the best goalies in England and he is battling Jordan Pickford to become the first choice for the Three Lions.

The 24-year-old has had a storied career despite being so young and he has been relegated twice from the Premier League.

Wilshere remembers him and Bournemouth and recalls how “humble” he was.

The Arsenal U18 manager tells TalkSport:

“I was at Bournemouth on loan, and we signed him in January. And this little skinny kid came in and he was the nicest boy, the most humble boy.

“He was so humble, wanted to learn, was really respectful and obviously he had some ability as well.

“His ability to save these unbelievable saves he was pulling off, so when you see that in a goalie you’re thinking, ‘yeah he’s got something’.”

Just Arsenal Opinion

Humility is one of the most important attributes every young player needs and Ramsdale seems to understand that.

The Englishman remains one of the finest characters in the Arsenal dressing room and he makes it easy to love him.

If he keeps this trait, he will have a solid career and many more professionals will praise him. 

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4 Comments

  1. I much agree with this piece and think that all our current squad players seem humble, dedicated and easy to like , even to love.
    I credit both MA and Edu for their sensible principles and for having both the intelligence and resolve to rid our club of certain types of player who were activly harming and working against the vitally important dressing room spirit , work effort and humility.

    1. This kid really seems to have a nice personality about him.

      There was an extremely tough away game last season, where we barely nip it in the end a think, while most players and officials left, he went across to acknowledge the fans.

      Think that was one of the turning points where fans really began warming to him.

      But his mannerism is infectious

  2. This kid really seems to have a nice personality about him.

    There was an extremely tough away game last season, where we barely nip it in the end a think, while most players and officials left, he went across to acknowledge the fans.

    Think that was one of the turning points where fans really began warming to him.

    But his mannerism is infectious

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