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Arsenal Star Must Leave To Save His Career, Says Former Wales Assistant Manager

Ramsey was Arsenal’s player of the year last season, but has failed to recapture that form this campaign…

Aaron Ramsey has to depart from Arsenal in order to save his Arsenal career, according to former Wales assistant Raymond Verheijen.

Verheijen has been a consistent criticiser of Arsenal’s fitness regime, and believes the amount of injuries the club sustains isn’t down to bad luck.

Ramsey specifically has had three hamstring injuries this season, and Wenger has admitted it’s a worry.

The Arsenal boss has revealed however, that the club’s medical staff haven’t yet found the reason behind the midfielders injury problems, which doesn’t help their reputation or credibility.

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“There are two solutions. Either Arsenal sort themselves out or Aaron has to go to a club… where training is more balanced,” Verheijen told BBC Sport (via Express).

“It’s one or the other. The medical staff can only cure the problem but football coaches cause the problem because they are responsible for football training sessions.”

Despite the Dutch coach’s tendency to criticise many different methods, the injuries the Gunners suffer are abnormal to say the least. Ramsey missed four months with a thigh strain and has been dogged by injuries this term too.

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