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Chris Coleman backs Picking up Local Coach over foreigners

Chris Coleman is not a big fan of foreigners coaching the national teams and that is why he reckons FA should pick someone of English nationality to coach the Three Lions.

Coleman also was in the frame for the England job, but, he ruled himself out saying he comes from Wales and would like to coach only Wales in international Football.

Ramsey’s injury could be prevented

Wales manager Chris Coleman has stated that Aaron Ramsey’s injury could have been prevented and that it was a disappointment for him to be missing a player of this quality.

He said that Wales need all its best players for the World Cup qualifiers and that he was hoping that Aaron Ramsey would have been available for this match.

Aaron Ramsey was one of the players who enjoyed a brilliant Euro 2016

Aaron Ramsey was one of the players who enjoyed a brilliant Euro 2016, as he progressed to the final of the competition.

Wales were never even expected to qualify for the competition, but they managed to do exceedingly well under the regime of Chris Coleman. Even though the former Fulham manager started out in the worst possible fashion by losing his first four matches, he has managed to take the national team through a tough period and come out positive. Ramsey has been one of the success stories for the national team, as he has been able to successfully fulfil his talent with club and national team.

Ramsey not ready for start of the season

Aaron Ramsey has stated that he might not be ready for the start of the season.

Indeed, he has been participating with Wales at the Euros in France and with his national team having an extended run in the competition; the midfielder will require plenty of time to relax.

Arsene Wenger has a habit of giving his players 4 weeks of rest after a major tournament and at this pace; Ramsey will only have 2 weeks of training before the start of the season. He believes that he will lack match fitness to participate in the first game against Liverpool.


Aaron Ramsey and Dele Alli squared up in the game played between England and Wales in the second round of games at the ongoing Euro 2016 tournament in France.

Wales went into the much anticipated encounter as underdogs, especially after winning their opener against Slovakia while the Three Lions played a draw with Russia.

Arsenal didnt grab Opportunity to Win Premier League

Arsenal have failed to capitalise on great opportunity to win the Premier League after a huge drought, according to midfielder Aaron Ramsey.

The club has not been the league champions since the 2003-04 season. It was also the last and only time a club has gone through an entire league campaign without suffering a defeat. Arsene Wenger has been consistently criticised over the years for his failure to lead the club to title success and those criticisms have continued even into the 2015-16 season. Arsenal were in a very strong position going into the Christmas period.


Welsh players Aaron Ramsey and Gareth Bale were pictured as they met with a group of local children at their base in Dinard. The team which is set to take on group opponents Russia this week trained together on Wednesday before taking turns to sign autographs and taking pictures at the end of the training session.

Real Madrid star Gareth Bale and Arsenal’s Aaron Ramsey were the stars in demand given their status in the league. Also being the premier men in Coleman's squad, they were overwhelmed with requests for their autographs and pictures. It was a joyful day for the entire team as Joe Ledley and Hal Robson-Kanu joined after their recent fitness concerns.

Arsenal finds new way for Criticism

A huge criticism of Arsenal this season been their inability to win home matches.

The club, however, again something for the home supporters to cheer by getting a 2-0 win over West Brom. This was the first victory for Arsenal in three matches and one that increases their chances of finishing in the top four. Fans, however, expressed disappointment at the club being content with a top four place once again by leaving huge empty seats towards the end of the game. Alexis Sanchez came up with two brilliant goals to secure three points.

Can Aaron Ramsey lead Wales to the knockout stages?

Wales will feature at the European Championship for the very first time this summer after Aaron Ramsey and Real Madrid star Gareth Bale inspired Chris Coleman’s side through the qualifying campaign.

During the preliminary rounds, Wales went toe-to-toe with some of the best sides in Europe, including Belgium and Bosnia-Herzegovina and the Welsh will be quietly confident of causing an upset or two this summer.

Joe Allen confident on getting back Form of Wales Players

Wales have suffered from disappointing form ever since qualifying for the Euro 2016 and this has raised concerns ahead of the tournament.

Midfielder Joe Allen, though, reckons that the form will improve once the team gets back players like Gareth Bale and Aaron Ramsey into the starting line-up. In the absence of these two big names, Wales have managed only one win in the last five matches. Even this victory came against Andorra – one of the minnows in world football – and it was not exactly a convincing win.