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Arsenal keeper Ramsdale reveals social media changes

Aaron Ramsdale has admitted he made changes to his social media after his summer move to Arsenal drew criticism from supporters.

The English goalkeeper signed from Sheffield United and has since displaced Bernd Leno as Arsenal's number one shot-stopper.

Speaking about the initial criticism, Ramsdale told The Times: "I saw the backlash.

"That's when I made the decision to turn comments off, notifications off for people I don't follow on Instagram and Twitter. People can tag me but I won't see it, so it won't come up on my feed.

"When people were saying I was getting a lot of stick and abuse, I said, 'Am I?' Because I didn't really know and I didn't really care because, yes, I've been relegated twice but the way I looked at it was two years of completely different experiences to other people at 23 [years old]."


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