Connect with us

Hi, what are you looking for?

Leeds: Patrick Bamford discusses England aims after best year yet

Football News

Leeds: Patrick Bamford discusses England aims after best year yet

Leeds striker Patrick Bamford believes he enjoyed his best season after he received an England call-up following his performances last season. Unfortunately, he suffered a serious ankle injury weeks after his debut. He subsequently missed the next two England camps as well as two months of Premier League action.

“If I’d just scored the goals and hadn’t got called up, I’d have probably said it was a good year,” Leeds striker Patrick Bamford said. “I probably wouldn’t have said it was my best year to date. But the England cap really was the cherry on top because it was something that I’ve worked towards since under-18s when I first got called up for England. It was something that I was desperate to achieve. And now that I have had a taste of it, it’s something that I really want to push to get back in that camp.”

“I’m eager to get back playing in games and push myself to be involved in the England set-up again,” he added. “The fact that there is a World Cup at the end of the year is an added incentive. But it’s up to me to prove my worth again. The amount of injuries is unheard of. Maybe in one season, you’ll expect to get that amount of injuries, but for them, all to happen at the same time is just really bad luck. I think that now in the next few weeks, you’ll start to see a lot stronger team and a lot stronger squad because people are coming back.”

Also, Read Raheem Sterling And Gareth Southgate Discuss Racist Abuse

Written By

Click to comment

Leave a Reply

Newsletter FREE !

You May Also Like

Match Updates

Real Madrid advanced to the Champions League quarterfinals by crushing Atalanta 3-1 (1-0) in a replay on Tuesday at the Alfredo Di Stefano Stadium...

Football News

Bayern Munich’s new away kit for the coming season has been announced, with the German champions going for an eye-catching black and gold look...

Football News

In Arsenal’s Saturday afternoon defeat at Brighton, Matteo Guendouzi has avoided a FA ban for an altercation with Neal Maupay. Guendouzi and Maupay niggled...

Football News

Former learner Milan manager Roberto Mancini argued that Zlatan Ibrahimovic must be treated as highly regarded as Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo. Messi and...

Advertisement