Newcastle’s Freddie Woodman (Freddie Woodman) enters a dreamland double…
Freddie Woodman (FREDDIE WOODMAN) wants to use Swansea to hit the bullseye, and then both ends the season.
His first goal is to help the Welsh club win the Premier League promotion. Then, the goalkeeper faced his most difficult challenge… defeated the darts in the darts game!
Borrow New castle ace even got help from Geordie dart star Chris Dobey.
The 24-year-old Woodman won the “SkyBet Champion Golden Glove” after keeping Twenty’s clean sheets this season.
However, despite his outstanding performance in stopping the ball on the court, the arrows he signed out kept him away.
Woodman himself was a Falcon and asked Puma to sew it on his boots.
However, throughout the season, he is currently behind the magician Mike Keetman Michael Ames – 46-30.
He told SunSport: “When I was in Kilmarnock, I lived in the same room with Sean Longstaff, Callum Roberts (now Notts County) and Luke Hendry (now Grimsby). We have always had this kind of dart game.
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“This is the only thing you can do in Kilmarnock!
“I stopped the game, but came here later, and there was a board in the suite room.
“Mike is the main force of darts, so we start to play every day, and the total number of matches this season has maintained an upward momentum.
“But he is fine. A few days ago, he finished ninth with 180. I only managed three.
“I have always been getting skills from Chris Dobey, a loyal fan of Newcastle, who gave me darts to try to help me in front of Mike.
“Hope I can attract him before the end of the playoffs.”
Woodman thought of calling himself “Falcon” after taking a loan last season Bournemouth Forward Sam Surridge (Sam Surridge) calls himself an eagle.
He said: “I immediately thought of the’Freddy Falcon’.” Now, I have my own darts shirt with darts written on it.
Mike said, “Would you not wear a Falcon on your boots?” Good idea-so I called Puma and I am almost running out of The Falcon on my boots! “
Ironically, Woodman believes that his best performance of the season was against Barnsley in the first round of the playoffs tonight in Oakwell in January.
Woodman somehow managed to defeat Callum Brittain’s 25-yard Rockets with a 2-0 victory, even though he laughed: “In the warm-up match, I was better than goalkeeper coach Martin Mag Martyn Margetson (Martyn Margetson) made a better save!”
But his favorite is his all-around performance in Stevenage’s 2-0 FA Cup championship.
He said: “That game will be by my side for a long time.
“The McKay has become one of my best friends. Sadly, he lost his father Nick that week and he was unable to participate in the game.”
“Nick, who works in the club, is my darts partner. We play for Mike’s local bar team.
“I saved fines and saved a lot of money. The whole game will be with me for a long time.”
Woodman believes that after many years of living in the shadow of his famous father and famous godfather, he has earned a reputation for himself.
His father Andy (Andy) is also a goalkeeper and has participated in more than 400 EFL games in Northampton, Brentford, Colchester and Oxford clubs.
And he is the godson of the England manager Gareth Southgate.
But Woodman has now won the third Golden Glove award of his career, which he won in England in canceling the 2017 Under-20 World Cup and the Under-21 Championship in Toulon a year later. .
The goalkeeper told me: “Having a football background is very helpful to me, but it also hinders me.
“I went to Newcastle, not Freddie Woodman, but Andy Woodman’s son.
“Then when I played for England, I was not Freddie Woodman, but the godfather of Gareth Southgate.
“But you cannot choose your family.
“So I thought,’Let’s go and make a name for myself. Win the World Cup and become Freddie Woodman.
“I played for the 14-year-old Newcastle reserve team, proving that I am not there because of my family, but because I can stand on my feet as a breeder.
“Now, I have spent my second full season in Swansea and won the Golden Glove Championship. I hope I will be regarded as Freddie Woodman and not someone else.”
Husband’s father Andy (Andy) recently left arsenal As a goalkeeper in charge of the National League Club Bromley.
Despite his good career, Woodman believes he regrets not playing at the top level-and does not want him to make the same mistakes.
He said: “Dad will call me at 3 o’clock in the afternoon every day after training, asking me how I am doing and what have we done?
“He will ring after the game and tell me I should do it, I should do it, thinking I did a good job.
“Dad used to take me and my sister to school, but instead of letting me leave, he let me receive training, and I would hang out in the football locker room environment.
“When he took me home, my mother thought I was in school all day!”
After Southgate and Woodd (father) became good friends when they were together, they became Woodman’s godfather. Crystal Palace.
The Swansea goalkeeper has not spoken to him since he played for players under 21. He said: “We have always maintained a professional level, but have not spoken since.”
Woodman has done hard ground storage yards – previously lent to Hartlepool, Crawley, Kilmarnock and Aberdeen.
He smiled: “I am the youngest traveler! But I have learned a lot.
“During my first loan in Hartlepool, I was doing laundry, taking the train to training, going home at 6pm, and thinking,’This is not a book I signed. Isn’t this professional football? ‘
“In Crawley, I was only 18 years old. Adebayo Akinfenwa covered my eyes. I learned some lessons there.
“I went to Kilmarnock, learned how to play on a 3G court, and then played nearly 60,000 games in Celtic Park.
“Then I went to Aberdeen-a team that tried to win instead of competing with Google.”
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Woodman said: “When I was a kid, I looked at Joe Hart, Jack Butland, and Peter Schmeichel. They all lent out and learned in junior teachers. The real football life.
“I know I have to do this. One day, I will feel frustrated because I am washing my kit or having to take the train from Newcastle to Rum in the wee hours of the morning.
“Dad is always in my ears,’If you don’t work hard, you will eventually participate in these leagues like me!” This motivates me because I want to play at the highest level.
“It’s funny because my father always tells me,’Never be a boss-there is no money in it.’ I have it in my mind and I plan to work for my grandfather’s roof company.”
Now he is on the verge of the Premier League.
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