Alisson and Ederson have changed goalkeeping says Aaron Ramsdale

Ederson and Alisson have changed the goalkeeping position says England U21 and Bournemouth keeper Aaron Ramsdale.
Young goalkeepers now have to expect to be as fantastic as midfielders when it comes to their ability on the ball, otherwise they won’t triumph in the Premier League, according to Ramsdale.
And the 21-year-old, who has started all Bournemouth’s league matches to date this year, puts this down to Manchester and Liverpool City stoppers.
“The way the game is about now, it’s just completely different,” he states.
“You’ve got the two at the top – Allison and Ederson, who are likely out there on their own at that side of the match. Jordan [Pickford] is No 1 for England, his passing ability is similar to a midfielder really, and it is a pass, it’s not a kick.
“The number of times he sets up attacks for Everton and England is the reason he’s in the group today.”
As he attempted to play from the back Leicester striker Jamie Vardy on Saturday captured on the ball ramsdale. He says he must understand the lessons from that, but it will not alter.
“I believe after the initial one I must have maybe learned my lesson,” he explains.
“Listen – we want to attempt to play out at Bournemouth, and especially at England. I’m not doing my job if each time that I catch the ball I boot it up the pitch.
“If we wish to play that way, certain times you will get caught out from it. It’s not, and just how often it’s possible to prevent that mistake concede from it.
“I can possibly try to hurry myself up a little, however [Vardy] is one of the finest in the company at doing that style of football. Hopefully we will see not one of these kind of events, and it won’t cost us goals”
Ramsdale feels being described as a’great shot-stopper’ is seen by the modern goalkeeper as almost a gripe:”First and foremost though, you really do still have to try and keep the ball out of the web”.
In the age of 21, he has seen the challenge of prior Chelsea goalkeeper Asmir Begovic, that joined Qarabag on loan for the rest of this season in Azerbaijan.
It’s a massive increase for Ramsdale, who spent last season at AFC Wimbledon on loan, assisting them escape relegation from League One.
The excitement is clear in his face. “It’s one I can not think, I am still pinching myself concerning it be fair.
“It’s one where I believed I’d not get there soon, however I supported myself to become the No 1. I am not there – I am still a very long way from becoming that nailed down, although yes, I’ve begun the first four matches.
“It doesn’t mean it is mine for the time – I have to keep impressing the manager, my team-mates along with the lovers.”
This season, he has already come up from Vardy, Sergio Aguero and Raheem Sterling at the Premier League.
“Away from the pitch, attempting to get your head around it, watching clips of these strikers, thinking’I will be playing these strikers at the weekend!’ , it’s difficult. But I take it. If you go through matches thinking’Oh my God! That is Aguero!’ , then you are paying too much respect to them.
“I’ve got to attempt to forget about that, believe I’m there for a reason, and also help out the team.”
Ramsdale a Part of the England U21 team who confront two European Qualifiers followed on Monday by Kosovo in Hull.

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