Trent Alexander-Arnold Parents: Meet English football player Father and Mother

In this article, we are going to talk about the parents of Alexander Arnold. Arnold is a famous English football player. he is going viral on the internet for the past few days. He is trending on every social media personality. Now people want to know about his parents. People want to know why he is trending. So, Read the whole article till the end to know everything about him.

Trent Alexander-Arnold Parents

Trent Alexander-Arnold Parents

Alexander Arnold is an English football player, who was born on October 7, 1998, in West Derby, Liverpool, England. He attended Crosby’s St. Mary’s after transferring from St. Matthew’s Catholic Primary School. When he was six years old, the local football team Liverpool invited the students from his school to a half-term camp, and he was one of the names drawn out of a hat to go. The club’s academy coach, Ian Barrigan, spotted him there and went to his parents to extend an invitation to enroll him in the program. He began training two to three times a week in a variety of positions before going on to become the club’s U16 and U18 captain under coach Pepijn Lijnders.

Trent Alexander-Arnold Parents

Michael Arnold and Dianna Arnold were the parents of Arnold. His parents were born in Zimbabwe. His father, a former Pots executive, and CFO, now manages Trent’s company’s operations. He left St. Mary’s to enroll at Rainhill High School, a college prep school with ties to the football squad when he was 14 years old. While a part of Liverpool’s youth, Arnold switched from wide midfielder to right-back. He excelled in his new position, and former Liverpool captain Steven Gerrard singled him out, predicting in his autobiography that he would have a bright future at the team. He had the quickest route to the first team playing at his position. On October 25, 2016, Arnold started his first game as a professional, a 2-1 win over Tottenham Hotspur in the EFL Cup’s fourth round.

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Trent Alexander-Arnold Parents

Arnold was promoted to the first team in November, which resulted in his receiving a brand-new, long-term contract. Later that month, he made his Liverpool EFL Cup debut against Leeds United. He not only assisted striker Divock Origi on the opening goal in Liverpool’s 2-0 victory—his first assist for the team—but he was also named the game’s MVP for his efforts. He rose to become one of the Premier League’s most inventive players in the early years of his career as a result of his early crosses and set-piece deliveries, which contributed to goals. So this was all about this article. So, Stay tuned to PKb news.

Prakash Israni

Prakash Israni Is a 'self-proclaimed' professional in the ITES industry for 20 years, though prefer being tagged as a novice and a learner.

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