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Touching second Jack Butland FaceTimes 11-year-old child who went viral for practising his goalkeeping in again backyard

Touching moment Jack Butland FaceTimes 11-year-old kid who went viral for practising his goalkeeping in back garden



JACK BUTLAND confirmed a contact of sophistication after reaching out to an 11-year-old child who went rival for practising his goalkeeping within the again backyard amid the coronavirus lockdown. 

The England and Stoke Metropolis keeper FaceTimed Nathan with some pointers after a video of him took the web by storm final week.

Jack Butland FaceTimed an 11-year-old child who went viral for practising his goalkeeping

Nathan’s mum Sarah posted a video on Twitter final week displaying her solely little one discovering distinctive methods to practise his goalkeeping through the coronavirus lockdown.

After seeing the inspiring coaching routine Butland retweeted the video and wrote: “Sensible concept! They are saying you’ve received to be loopy to be a keeper however generally it’s important to be intelligent as properly.”

In a SPORTbible video the Stoke stopper will be seen giving the surprised Irish child a goalkeeping tutorial and recommendation for the longer term.

Butland stated: “It was inspiring for me and I’m certain lots of people to see that you simply in these troublesome instances that you simply’ve saved your self busy and dealing on stuff.

“Actually us keepers had been very impressed, very pleased with it.

“It’s actually inspiring for me, I’m going to get a exercise in myself now and I’ll be pondering of you buddy.

Butland was eager to be taught the place the younger Leeds fan had picked up the distinctive drill, Nathan stated: “I used to be making an attempt to enhance my passing so I used to be pinging it off the wall.

“And I used to be desirous about enhance my shot stopping as properly.”

The teenager goals to at some point make it as the principle man between the posts at Leeds and goals of successful the Premier League.


The video of the teenager has been retweeted by United’s David de Gea and goalkeeping legend Peter Schmeichel.

Watford stopper Ben Foster has even provided out classes to Nathan and AC Milan keeper Azmir Begovic despatched out a pair of signed gloves.

To prime the lot Leed’s Illan Meslier did a shout out to Nathan on Twitter, calling for the teenager to return and practise with him when the coronavirus disaster is over.