Aaron Ramsey (9 Viewers)

Art^

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Jan 11, 2003
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I like Ramsey for his personality and his happy persona. I even remember he took Italian lessons before even setting a foot in the club, so I respect him a lot. I also think that he either miss spoke or got misunderstood by the media and I don't hate him for that statement.

However, if truth has to be told, we need to get rid of him. He brings nothing that we don't already have - and I can't remember a single game where i found him above average. I'm sure he could get into the team if his bones weren't made out of pulled pork, but he is just to unreliable for us to even try.
 

JuveJay

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Mar 6, 2007
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Seems quite clear in the interview what he was saying, although you could see a few times he stopped himself saying what he probably wanted to.

The problem is that with Juve he's just another player, he's a rotational player at best. With Wales he's their second best player and one of the few in their squad with genuine quality. And it seems there is exactly the same issue with Bale between club and country. The Welsh coaches cater for their every need and get them ready to play in small bunches of games, which is easily done when you are working with a player for a week at a time every few months, or three weeks for a tournament. It's over 40 games and 9 months where you see no consistency and reliability from Ramsey.
 

Mokku

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Apr 17, 2019
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For Arsenal he was excellent and at the time, someone we really needed so I don't blame the guy. Before he came he was injury-prone but he always made an impact. He could've been great for us but nobody could predict this besides, it's not his fault that he was offered such high wages. It was done with the best intentions but it didn't work out.
 

zizinho

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Apr 14, 2013
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For Arsenal he was excellent and at the time, someone we really needed so I don't blame the guy. Before he came he was injury-prone but he always made an impact. He could've been great for us but nobody could predict this besides, it's not his fault that he was offered such high wages. It was done with the best intentions but it didn't work out.
Who's fault is that again @Badass Dybala ?
 

Knowah

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Jan 28, 2013
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It's just so funny to see this play out LIVE when I'm sure he was told all this going forward. He knew we were trying to sell him this summer. He was told that if midfield reinforcements would arrive (Locatelli) that he'd be even further down the pecking order. I'm sure he thought with Arthur out that he would have chances to participate and fight for his spot but has found himself BEHIND McKennie even.

Will be nice to get his wages off the books and wish him success in England.
 

Amer

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Feb 13, 2005
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We don't have the luxury like before to tolerate this kind of a player. We don't dominate in Italy like before.

It's time we push out from the club players that don't fit, don't care or simply aren't good enough for Juventus.

Toughen up Cherubini.
 

LiquidPLP

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Jun 9, 2012
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Sit on the bench, pick up that paycheck and stay fit for Wales :bale:
Yeah, that's the danger. Let's not pretend we lose something here, he's been useless for ages now.

His comments suggest he's frustrated with the club and his role here, hopefully that means he's looking around for options or at least thinking of a move.

After all, in EPL ain't that poor, he could make some decent money there and still play.
 

Juvellino

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Mar 19, 2015
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We don't have the luxury like before to tolerate this kind of a player. We don't dominate in Italy like before.

It's time we push out from the club players that don't fit, don't care or simply aren't good enough for Juventus.

Toughen up Cherubini.
We have been “the nice club” for too long. With leaches, agents and even the smaller clubs because we want to keep a “good relationship”.
 

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