Milan's Asmir Begovic: 'When I first came back, nobody was in the streets' | Ewan Murray

03 June 2020 02:00
It has been an interesting 12 months for the Bosnian goalkeeper since he was loaned out by Bournemouth, with spells at Qarabag and now San SiroAsmir Begovic was in the midst of a year less ordinary long before a pandemic brought football to a shuddering halt. “Unorthodox?” he asks with a laugh. “A great couple of chapters in my book one day. That’s one of the reasons I love football, you just don’t know what is round the corner. As much as people want to plan, it’s such a reactive game. Things on a daily or weekly basis can change your future.”Twelve months ago the goalkeeper had not featured in the closing stages of a Bournemouth season during which Premier League status was comfortably retained. If an exit from the Vitality Stadium seemed likely, nobody could have reasonably predicted what happened next. Related: Asmir Begovic: ‘You have a life and – boom – it’s turned upside down’ | Nick Ames Continue readingreadfullarticle

Source: TheGuardian