Aaron Ramsdale makes a savage remark about Rob Holding’s first Premier League goal


    Aaron Ramsdale and Rob Holding of Arsenal appear to get along, which is fortunate given Rambo’s bullying of his center-back.

    Aaron Ramsdale makes a savage remark about Rob Holding's first Premier League goal

    The Gunners overcame West Ham 2-1 at the London Stadium on Sunday to reclaim fourth place, one point ahead of Tottenham. Holding scored for the first time in the Premier League.

    After the game, Sky Sports’ Geoff Shreeves interviewed the Bolton Baresi alongside goalie Aaron Ramsdale, who used the opportunity to make a joke about the defender’s hair.

    “I’ve scored a few Carabao Cup goals, but it’s good to get my first Premier League goal and hopefully I can build on that,” Holding said of the first goal.

    Watch Video Below:

    “It only took six years and a new hairline,” Ramsdale muttered to his teammate, almost under his breath.

    Holding, on the other hand, chuckled along, as if he was enjoying the joke. It’s not the first time Rambo has mentioned Holding’s hair in front of a Sky Sports camera, so he may be used to it.

    During a YouTube game of ‘Never Have I Ever,’ the England goalkeeper pointed to Holding’s barnet and stated, “This is what it currently looks like.” He continued by pointing to his own skull and said, “And this is what it used to look like.”

    Aaron Ramsdale makes a savage remark about Rob Holding's first Premier League goal

    Ramsdale has been a major hit with fans this season, both on and off the field, looking solid in goal for Mikel Arteta’s side and enthralling fans with his infectious attitude.

    Meanwhile, Holding has only been deployed sparingly this campaign, but it hasn’t put a foot – or a hair – wrong in defense. Those lovely locks are also looking great.

    Transfer news from Arsenal

    The speculation about who Arsenal will bring in to fill the center-forward role in the club next season is rife. Tammy Abraham has been heavily linked since last summer, and the rumors aren’t going away. Ivan Toney has been mentioned as a possibility, and “the next Thierry Henry” has been mentioned.

    Gabriel Jesus is a hot topic right now, as is Darwin Nunez, who Manchester United is rumored to be on the verge of signing. A Brazilian wonderkid is also reportedly being courted.

    Mikel Arteta has spoken freely about his reservations about assuming the Gunners position, while Vagner Love has spoken exclusively to FFT about a move to Arsenal under Wenger that almost happened for him in the noughties.


    Please enter your comment!
    Please enter your name here