The head coach of the Welsh national team has questioned the competency of Arsenal’s medical staff following Aaron Ramsey’s lengthy spell on the sidelines.
Ramsey was heavily involved in Wales’ impressive run to the semi-finals of Euro 2016 after having an erratic 2015/16 season at Arsenal which saw Leicester City claim the Premier League title against all the odds.
The 25-year-old was the first Euro 2016 participant to return to action for the Gunners as he started the opening day match against Liverpool at the Emirates stadium.
However, Ramsey suffered a hamstring problem in the 4-3 defeat to Jurgen Klopp’s side and has been sidelined ever since.
The midfielder was expected to be out for a few weeks initially, but after being informed that Ramsey will be unavailable for the international break once again, Wales boss Chris Coleman has expressed his frustration.
“I had an indication he would only be out for three weeks. That was six weeks ago. So I don’t know now” Coleman said
“We don’t know what he does every day at Arsenal. They’re a great club, but it’s disappointing to lose a player of his importance
“It’s disappointing that he’s not fit when we expected him to be. I know Rambo – he’ll want to be on the pitch.”