Goalkeeper Aaron Ramsdale played a starring role in AFC Wimbledon's escape from relegation during a memorable loan spell with the Dons in 2018/19.
He kept six clean sheets in the final 12 games of the season as they stayed up against the odds, having been marooned at the foot of the table when he joined in January.
Ramsdale was named League One fans’ player of the month for April 2019 and also won two club awards – the Natalie Callow Memorial Trophy for young player of the year and the WDON player of the year.
He joined AFC Bournemouth from Sheffield United in January 2017.
Having been released by Bolton Wanderers, in part for being considered too small, Ramsdale joined the Sheffield United academy and graduated through the Blades youth set-up.
Impressing with the England youth teams, the teenager was handed his first-team opportunity by boss Chris Wilder in the first round of the FA Cup, with Ramsdale making his debut in a 6-0 win over Leyton Orient in November 2016, a game David Brooks also made his cup bow in.
Ramsdale also played against Bolton Wanderers as the Blades exited the competition in the second round.
He joined the Cherries on a four-and-a-half year deal, with manager Eddie Howe saying the goalkeeper had "all the attributes to get to the top".
Ramsdale made 19 appearances during a loan spell with Chesterfield in League Two in the second-half of 2017/18, his exploits failing to save the Spireites from dropping into the National League.
He joined League One strugglers AFC Wimbledon on loan in January 2019, making his debut in their 3-2 win at Fleetwood in the third round of the FA Cup before starring in their fourth-round victory over Premier League West Ham. He made 23 league and cup appearances during his stay at Kingsmeadow.
Internationally, the stopper has represented England at under-18, under-19 and under-20 level. He played all five games and kept three clean sheets as England won the European Under-19 Championship in the summer of 2017.
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