When Callum Wilson’s England recognition was confirmed shortly after 2pm on Thursday, it was natural that his first thought should be for the journey he had travelled.
“Days like this just prove that no matter what obstacles you face in life, you can always bounce back,” he says. It was no cliche. In fact, it was actually more like an understatement. This, after all, was a player who spent a small part of his childhood in foster care after his father left and his mother, Tara, was forced to raise six children alone. This was also a player who, only six years ago, was playing non-league football at Tamworth. And this was a player who, when he did finally make it into the Premier League with Bournemouth,…
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