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Aaron Ramsey | Midfielder | #8

Team: Arsenal
Age / DOB:  (27) / 12/26/1990
Ht / Wt:  5'10" / 168

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Will Arsene Wenger's "strong side" promise include Aaron Ramsey for the Week 35 home match against West Ham?
Between Arsene Wenger's surprising resignation and the looming Europa League semi-final, just about anything is on the table for Arsenal's starting line-up on Sunday. Aaron Ramsey is returning from a deep cut suffered against CSKA but is healthy enough to feature. Whether he will play is less certain as the Gunners look to conserve resources for their mid-week match against Atletico Madrid that many think, over two legs, will anoint the Europa League winner. It wouldn't be wise to base a fantasy strategy around the notion that Aaron Ramsey will start. Apr 20 - 4:36 PM
Source: espn.com


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Aaron Ramsey is hoping that he doesn't miss any time after sustaining a deep cut against CSKA Moscow on Thursday.

Ramsey could be in for a big match against mediocre opposition in Newcastle but the concern is that his position in the squad is dubious. With Arsenal having little upside to winning in the Premier League over the final five matches and everything to gain in the Europa League, it seems that Ramsey could well be saved as a precaution. It seems like it would be unwise to count on Ramsey unless you have the option to make an adjustment at the last moment.
Source: espn.com
Apr 13 - 10:40 PM

Arsenal have been handed a triple injury boost following the news that Aaron Ramsey, Alexandre Lacazette and Jack Wilshere are all in contention to face Stoke.

Lacazette re-joined his teammates on the training pitches this week after undergoing keyhole surgery to remedy a knee problem last month. Although the striker is unlikely to be considered for a start on Sunday, he is expected to get minutes from the bench as Arsene Wenger looks ahead to the upcoming Europa League clash with CSKA Moscow. Ramsey has recovered in double quick time after undergoing a "minor surgical procedure" to address a niggling groin issue which had hampered the Wales international recently. Meanwhile, Jack Wilshere, whose hopes of playing in the 2018 World Cup finals hang by a thread, is thought to be okay after missing out for England due to tendinitis in his knee. On Monday, Gareth Southgate said that he expected the Arsenal midfielder to be ready for Stoke: "I’ve no reason to believe that he wouldn’t. It’s an ongoing issue that he has to manage."
Mar 27 - 5:40 PM

New Wales manager Ryan Giggs confirmed that Arsenal midfielder Aaron Ramsey won't be available next week during the international break.

That's because the Welshman is set to undergo a minor, unspecified procedure during the international break that will keep him out for the two weeks leading up to Arsenal's next match. Ramsey hasn't played in the last two matches during to a minor injury, which has hampered him throughout the season. Said Giggs: "We've been in discussions with Arsenal and Aaron over the last couple of weeks. He's got a small procedure. It's the ideal time in the international break to get it done. It's a blow because he's a quality player, but it's the best thing to do for the future and for Aaron."
Source: Sky Sports
Mar 16 - 2:45 AM

Arsenal midfielder Aaron Ramsey is hoping to be available for the League Cup final on Sunday against Manchester City.

The Welsh international has been in good form of late, most recently scoring a hat-trick against Everton in Gameweek 26. But Ramsey suffered a minor groin injury in training soon after and has been sidelined for the past two weeks with his eyes on the final at Wembley. Said manager Arsene Wenger: "He had a good training session but he's a bit short for tomorrow [against Ostersunds]. We'll see how his evolution goes from now until Sunday, I don't rule him out yet, it depends how well he improves."
Source: Sky Sports
Feb 22 - 5:19 PM

Arsenal midfielder Aaron Ramsey faces a race to be fit for next weekend's League Cup final as he fights off a groin injury.

Ramsey was a surprise scratch from the club's 1-0 loss in the North London derby over the weekend due to a minor injury. However, manager Arsene Wenger said he doesn't think the Welsh international will be available for either leg of the club's Europa League round of 32 matchup and could be a doubt for the League Cup final against Manchester City on February 25. "It is a little bit sensitive case because we expected him to be a bit further in his development of the groin problem and he doesn't move forward as quickly as we expected it. Today we would say that certainly he will not be available even for the next game against Ostersunds. Maybe for the cup final, we don't know yet, it depends how he will progress from now."
Feb 14 - 7:16 PM

Last weekends’ goal hero Aaron Ramsey was a surprise absentee from the Arsenal matchday squad on Saturday.

The Wales international was brimming with confidence following his hat-trick in the comprehensive win over Everton, but a failed fitness test handed Jack Wilshere a recall in the north London derby. Ramsey trained with the squad on the eve of the game, however he complained of tightness after the session, and prior to kick off the club confirmed Ramsey had suffered a "minor groin problem." This latest setback represents Ramsey’s sixth of the season, having been dogged throughout the campaign due to niggling hamstring and calf problems, which have restricted him to 16 Premier League starts. No timeline currently, but Ramsey is rated as a major doubt for the Europa League tie with Ostersunds FK on Thursday. However, with a pause in Premier League proceedings due to the FA Cup next weekend, he could be back for the League Cup final on February 25.
Source: The Express
Feb 10 - 10:26 AM

Aaron Ramsey scored a hat trick and Henrikh Mkhitaryan provided three assists as Arsenal crushed Everton at the Emirates to close out the Saturday program.

It was a home debut for Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Arsenal made a real celebration of it as they scored early and often. Ramsey scored the first of the day on 6 minutes. Ramsey scored two more alternating with Laurent Koscielny and an Henry-esque Aubameyang who scored a delicate chip wearing the #14 shirt.
Source: Espn.com
Feb 3 - 2:20 PM

Aaron Ramsey is back in training and in the squad for the trip to Bournemouth on Sunday the 14th.

Whether Arsene Wenger deems the Wales international ready to return to the starting eleven is another question entirely, and one that Wenger didn't answer explicitly in his Friday news conference. With both Jack Wilshere and Ramsey coming off of injuries and both listed as "returning" it is reasonable to expect that selection could go either way for the Gunners this weekend. It is probably wise not to count on either player if you have to make a decision before starting line-ups are announced.
Source: espnfc.com
Jan 12 - 2:12 PM

Aaron Ramsey will miss Arsenal's huge match-up with Liverpool on Friday as he continues to recover from his hamstring injury.

The Wales international was reportedly close to featuring last weekend but apparently his recovery will take longer. The story is a familiar one for Ramsey who seems to consistently take longer than anticipated to recover from the soft tissue injuries he picks up with alarming frequency. With the Gunners facing a Liverpool side that embarrassed them earlier in the season, they will have to hope Jack Wilshere can continue to push forward.
Source: espnfc.com
Fri, Dec 22, 2017 12:50:00 PM

Despite hopes that he would be ready for the weekend, Aaron Ramsey has been ruled out of Arsenal's side that will face Newcastle at the Emirates on Saturday.

The Gunners will need a big bounce back after failing to score against West Ham in midweek. Part of the hope for a rebound was a quick return from the in form Welsh midfielder but it will apparently not come to pass. It seems more likely that he will have to wait until the Friday match with Liverpool to kick off Week 19. Jack Wilshere will almost certainly deputize again and, based on what we saw against West Ham, Arsenal shouldn't suffer too much for the difference between the two.
Source: espnfc.com
Fri, Dec 15, 2017 01:35:00 PM

Aaron Ramsey has been in fine form but, as so often has happened with the Welshman, his fine form has been interrupted by a soft tissue injury.

Ramsey came off of the 1-1 draw with Southampton with a hamstring injury and it isn't yet clear how long it will keep him on the sidelines but Week 17 at the London Stadium will certainly come too soon. It isn't unreasonable, given Ramsey's history, to assume that he'll also miss Week 18 and possibly Week 19 as well as he recovers. Arsenal are fortunate to have a reserve the quality of Jack Wilshere to deputize for Ramsey while he recovers.
Source: espnfc.com
Tue, Dec 12, 2017 12:45:00 PM

Aaron Ramsey looks set for another spell on the sidelines after limping through the final minutes of Sunday's game at St Mary’s due to a hamstring injury.

Olivier Giroud grabbed a last-gasp point for the Gunners who trailed to a 3rd minute Charlie Austin strike. However, Arsène Wenger believes it could’ve been more with eleven players pushing for the win following an injury to Ramsey. "He has a hamstring problem," Wenger told Arsenal.com. "In the last 10 or 12 minutes if we had him fully fit it would have helped. That’s why it’s sometimes a big gamble when you [make substitutions] early." Even though initial reports suggest the problem is only minor, with such a quick turnaround between matches [Arsenal travel to West Ham on Wednesday], the Wales international is likely to miss out. Wenger has a number of potential replacements at his disposal, but the general consensus, from supporters, is that Jack Wilshere should be given his chance after impressing in the Europa League and Carabao Cup this season.
Sun, Dec 10, 2017 05:24:00 PM

Arsenal broke Burnley hearts for a third consecutive match as Alexis buried a stoppage time penalty for the only goal of the match.

It was a frustrating day for more than ninety minutes but the oft-maligned Gunners kept pushing forward and were rewarded as Aaron Ramsey was pushed over in the box by James Tarkowski. Alexis converted the penalty and Arsenal escaped Lancashire with a good win.
Source: Espnfc.com
Sun, Nov 26, 2017 10:56:00 AM

Arsenal conceded two comical goals but scored five at Goodison for a comfortable victory.

Mesut Ozil and Aaron Ramsey both scored and assisted as Arsenal powered to a 5-2 victory early on Sunday. The two midfielders were joined on the score sheet by Monreal, Lacazette, and Alexis who scored his first of the season in the league.
Source: Espnfc.com
Sun, Oct 22, 2017 11:11:00 AM