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Aaron Ramsey | Midfielder

Team: Arsenal
Age / DOB:  (24) / 12/26/1990
Ht / Wt:  5'10' / 168

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Aaron Ramsey will likely have trained fully on today by the time this is posted but despite the positive progress he is highly unlikely to be ready for Arsenal's match with Everton on Sunday.
Ramsey is close to being recovered from the latest recurrence of his hamstring issue but Week 27 will come too soon for him to feature and it is highly likely that the same will be true of Week 28 in mid-week. Santi Cazorla is currently manning the deeper-lying midfield distributor role beside Francis Coquelin. This alignment allows Cazorla, Ozil, Sanchez, and Walcott/Welbeck to feature in the same line-up around Olivier Giroud. Ramsey faces an uphill battle to regain his spot once he does return to health. Feb 27 - 3:07 PM
Source: espnfc.com

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Aaron Ramsey is just about half way through what is projected to be a three week rehabilitation from recurrence of his hamstring issue against Leicester City.

Arsenal are flush with midfield options right now so Aaron Ramsey, at least the Aaron Ramsey we've seen for most of this season, won't be missed a great deal over the next ten days or so. The concern is that Ramsey has generally taken a while to round back into top form after an injury so even if he returns to the pitch in early March it might be until April that he hits his stride. This, combined with Arsenal's current depth in quality players, will present Arsene Wenger with quite an issue when Ramsey does return. Let him play his way back into form but suffer through some more mediocre performances while he does. Or hold him out in favor of players better able to contribute that day.
Source: arsenal.com
Feb 19 - 1:54 PM

Arsenal edged out Leicester at the Emirates on Tuesday but the win came at a cost with Aaron Ramsey and Alexis Sanchez both picking up injuries which will be assessed over the next 24/48 hours.

Ramsey presents as the biggest concern having been brought on late into the game - the midfielder pulled up sharply within 10 minutes of his introduction after suffering what is believed to be a recurrence of his hamstring tear and Gunners boss Wenger admitted "it didn't look good - when a guy stops straight away and sits down, that's not good." However the news on Sanchez was a little better as the Chilean he could’ve continued after taking a knock to the knee in a challenge with Matthew Upson although the correct call was probably made having just returned himself from a minor hamstring problem – with 10 days until GW26 I fully expect Arsenals’ leading scorer to be back amongst the ranks.
Source: Daily Mail
Feb 11 - 5:45 AM

The injury news is mostly positive for Arsenal for a change with news that Aaron Ramsey, Mesut Ozil and Olivier Giroud are all available to face Stoke City.

The Welsh midfielder has shown flashes of his exceptional form from the first half of last season when he has been healthy this season but those bouts of health have been few and far between. With Arsenal needing a strong second half to fend off Spurs, Liverpool and Southampton for a Champions League spot, Arsene Wenger will be hoping that he can get five months of health and productivity from Ramsey starting with Week 21. There is a solid chance that Ramsey starts the match against the Potters on the bench so beware of committing to him in leagues where you can't make changes after line-ups are announced.
Source: espnfc.com
Jan 9 - 2:47 PM

Aaron Ramsey won't be ready for the Boxing Day match with QPR but he may be ready as soon as the Week 19 match with West Ham or the New Year's Day match with West Ham.

Arsenal would certainly like to have their player of the first half of last season back as soon as possible. With upcoming matches in Week 19 and 20 against teams ahead of them in the table - West Ham and Southampton - the Welsh midfield's return can't come soon enough.
Wed, Dec 24, 2014 10:55:00 AM

Aaron Ramsey is out until the New Year after injuring his hamstring against Galatasaray.

What a massive blow this is for Arsene Wenger as the Gunners' injury crisis deepens. Ramsey had been showing signs of his very best form after hitting three goals in his last three games and was a top fantasy pick for the clash with Newcastle, but the Welshman's tight hamstring turned out to be a worse than first thought. Early reports suggest the midfielder will be out for up to a month, meaning he would miss the Arsenal's busy festive schedule. Ramsey joins Laurent Koscielny and Nacho Monreal on the sidelines, while Calum Chambers is suspended for Week 16.
Source: The Mirror
Fri, Dec 12, 2014 05:29:00 AM

Aaron Ramsey's season hasn't gone to plan after last season's massive breakout but he is showing signs of getting back on track.

First it was the assist to clinch the Southampton match on December 3rd. Then it was Arsenal's second goal in the loss at Stoke City over the weekend. Tuesday's Champions League win over Galatasaray brought two goals in the one half that the Welshman played. Three matches isn't enough to say that he's back to being one of the best midfielders in the league as he was for the first half of last season but it certainly gives Arsenal supporters and fantasy managers hope that he might be.
Wed, Dec 10, 2014 09:22:00 AM

Arsenal hammered an abject Galatasaray side 4-1 in their final Champions League group game.

Arsenal could not claim top spot in Group D as Borussia Dortmund avoided defeat, but this was a morale boosting victory. Forgotten man Lukas Podolski powered an opener and Aaron Ramsey slotted a second before adding a stunning left-footed 35-yard volley as the Gunners went 3-0 up inside 30 minutes. Podolski was impressive throughout and ended the night by netting with a powerful run and rolled finish to complete a 4-1 rout, after Wesley Sneider has scored a fine consolation. Ramsey is clearly back to full sharpness and should be high on your fantasy priorities for this weekend and beyond.
Source: BBC Sport
Wed, Dec 10, 2014 04:38:00 AM

Aaron Ramsey hadn't been having a very good season but he broke out across the board in Arsenal's late win over Southampton.

Poor form and injuries have largely derailed the Welsh midfielder's 2014-15 season through November but he seemed to find the pace against Southampton and it wasn't just his late assist. Ramsey added five intercepted passes, three corners won, two tackles won and a shot on target to his assist. Most observers won't be satisfied until the goals start coming again but this was definitely a strong step in the right direction for Ramsey.
Source: Yahoo.com
Thu, Dec 4, 2014 01:59:00 PM

Despite the typical injury crisis, Arsene Wenger has continued to play it safe with Aaron Ramsey in his return from his hamstring injury.

In years past the Arsenal manager would likely have rushed Aaron Ramsey back to the starting line-up to make up for the absences of Wilshere, Walcott and Ozil. This time around he has been more cautious bringing the Welsh midfielder back into the starting line-up. Maybe it is a luxury afforded by a relatively soft schedule over the two weeks or maybe the new fitness guru at the Emirates has recommended a different approach. Whatever the reason, Ramsey has only been a substitute against Sunderland and Burnley. Will he be deemed ready to go for the trip to his native Wales and Swansea in Week 11? We will see but that would seem like the ideal time to bring him back to the starting line-up.
Tue, Nov 4, 2014 10:36:00 AM

Arsenal are expecting Aaron Ramsey to return to Premier League action when they face Sunderland in gameweek 9.

The midfielder played the full 90 minutes against Anderlecht and should draw another start here as Arsenal are missing a number of important players from midfield including Jack Wilshere and Mesut Ozil. Ramsey has been spectacular in the past two season when he's been able to stay healthy and we would recommend him in a favorable matchup this week.
Source: Player Picks
Sat, Oct 25, 2014 12:35:00 AM

Arsenal midfielder Aaron Ramsey will reportedly miss between a month and six weeks after sustaining a hamstring injury against Spurs on Saturday.

Arsenal's midfield injury crisis appears to be coming a little early this season with Arteta (for the second time), Wilshere, and Ramsey all limping off in the North London Derby. Wilshere may yet be fit for Arsenal's big upcoming matches (Galatasaray on Wednesday and Chelsea on Sunday) but Ramsey and Arteta are both certain to miss out. At least the international break is coming at the right time for the Gunners who may also get Theo Walcott back soon.
Mon, Sep 29, 2014 01:06:00 PM

For the first time this season, Aaron Ramsey was invisible from a fantasy point of view despite his team enjoying a relatively comfortable 3-0 win.

Ramsey's poor fantasy showing had less to do with him not doing any of the positive things that he usually does but had more to do with an accumulation of negatives counterbalancing the positive. He committed two fouls and was shown a yellow card which brought his fantasy total down to a barely-perceptible 1. It is highly likely that this was a one-week anomaly but it is worth watching as Arsenal continue to shuffle their midfield and attacking players as they search for their optimal formation and line-up.
Source: Yahoo.com
Wed, Sep 24, 2014 03:28:00 PM

Aaron Ramsey continued to delivery great all-around performances for Arsenal with 16 point performance in the Yahoo format in Week 4.

It isn't hard for a midfielder to get an assist and still not come close to breaking double digit fantasy points in the Yahoo format. Ramsey didn't just get to double digits, he used a strong all-around performance with three passes intercepted and four tackles won in addition to a shot on target and an assist. There aren't many players who are going to get you two-way fantasy production these days.
Source: Yahoo.com
Mon, Sep 15, 2014 03:24:00 PM

While certainly not a lock to start, Arsenal supporters will be boosted by reports that Aaron Ramsey trained with the team on Friday ahead of Saturday's clash with Manchester City.

There is a school of thought that says that Arsenal's biggest problem when playing top level competition over the second half of last season was Aaron Ramsey's absence. The midfielder's ability to tackle, control the attack and run from deeper positions to score solidified the midfield and prevented the sort of running wild that characterized the big losses to Liverpool, City and Everton last season. Regardless, Ramsey is one of Arsenal's best players and his presence, assuming he is a go, should improve the Gunners' chances against City tomorrow.
Source: ESPNFC.com
Fri, Sep 12, 2014 02:53:00 PM