No 1 could have seen this 1 coming, but Aaron Ramsdale has a new number.
Following the official departure of Bernd Leno to Fulham for thruppence ha’apenny, Ramsdale has traded his 32 for the number 1.
It makes sense because he is the number 1 goalkeeper, but also if you subtract 2 from 3 in the 32, you get 1.
As we all know, 3 is a magic number, but this isn’t magic, it’s simple arithmetic. Or random chance. But is there any such thing when it comes to numbers?
Scientists believe no. Professor Godfrey Twatshlock, Head of Science at the Scientific Journal of Science, says, “The bottom line is that without 1, there wouldn’t be any other numbers.
“You can’t have 2 without 1, you can’t have 3 with 2, and so on and so forth. I have a podcast about this if you’d like to list-”
No thanks, professor. We’re oversubscribed as it is.