Kieran Trippier Brother Kelvin Lomax Taught Him The Fundamental Of Football
Kieran Trippier benefitted from having older brother Kelvin Lomax growing up as he taught him to play football.
With only a few years between the four brothers, Kelvin was four years his senior and occasionally used his mother's maiden name of Lomax in his professional career. Growing up, Kelvin was a huge source of inspiration for Kieran. He often went to watch him practice and play because he wanted to be like him.
As his brother was older than him, he was used to the fact that playing with younger people is easier because it is less physically demanding. This was true whether he was playing football or something else.
The brothers of Kieran Trippier have expressed their immense satisfaction in the Three Lions hero, stating that his rise from a Bury student to an England international was something that every child aspires to achieve.
At Oldham Athletic, Lomax began his professional career, making his senior debut in May 2004. He played with Oldham for seven years, spending a few months on loan at various teams. Kieran used to come to watch him play for Oldham, where he made a total of 82 appearances.
Their father, Chris Trippier, was the first to encourage them to pursue a career in football while they were still children. Later, they began to look up to David Beckam and desired to emulate him on the field.