Date: 29th March 2020 at 8:15pm
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It’s been a mixed season in many ways for Aston Villa centre half Tyrone Mings. Mixed performances and results from the whole squad have left us pretty much where the sensible thought we’d be after so many new faces in the summer, and even existing players adjusting to a higher level – but despite some more noticeable hiccups in recent times, his early season form did see the 27-year-old gain well deserved England recognition.

With Mings’ history growing up in a housing shelter well known, his England debut came in strange circumstances with clear racist chanting from the Bulgarian fans, but as we know, he reacted with calm leadership and won plenty of plaudits following the game – and not just because of his performance.

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He also spends plenty of time with his Academy and working to help the homeless and the vulnerable and this week, he found himself nominated in Forbes ’30 Under 30′ list which features the most influential young entrepreneurs.

For his off pitch exploits, it’s certainly a well deserved accolade and fans were quick to acknowledge that.

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