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Aaron Ramsdale's family have featured in the first episode of Amazon Prime's series, All or Nothing.
Ramsdale's family travelled to the Emirates, to watch their son's first game at the stadium.
Speaking on his mum and dad, Ramsdale says:
"Other than Covid, I think my mum and dad have missed two games probably, in three or four years.
"So to know I have them in the stands, it's great for me."
The Ramsdale family celebrate the goalkeeper's starting place, his Dad exclaiming:
"F*ck me, he's starting."
Seeing his son run onto the Emirates pitch, Ramsdale's dad (Nick) whistles, to which his son responds with a wave.
"I give a wave to my my mum each game, and it's just nice you know, it's making them proud.
"It's just great to have their backing because I know if I've done well they'll tell me.
"If I've done badly my dad will definitely tell me."
Asked the question: "Do you think without their dedication or encouragement you'd be here?"
Ramsdale simply replies:
"No. There's no need to go further than that. Absolutely not.
"There's no way I'd be sat here right now without them two."
The Englishman's parents watch the game, their emotions captured by the cameras.
At one point Ramsdale attempts a risky play, touching the ball past Teemu Pukki.
This prompts the goalkeeper's dad to get up from his seat and turn away, with the nerves too much for him.
Ultimately, Arsenal win the game and Ramsdale keeps his clean sheet. A Premier League debut that has not seen him look back since.
Mum and dad celebrate their son's success in the stands, sharing a high five.
The young goalkeeper's family values will only prove to better his stead amongst the Arsenal fans, who have fallen in love with their new number one since his signing.
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