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Aaron Ramsey
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Ramsey with Juventus in 2019
Personal information
Full name Aaron James Ramsey[1]
Date of birth (1990-12-26) 26 December 1990 (age 31)[2]
Place of birth Caerphilly, Wales
Height 5 ft 10 in (1.78 m)[3]
Position(s) Midfielder
Club information
Current team
Nice
Number 16
Youth career
1999–2006 Cardiff City
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
2006–2008 Cardiff City 16 (1)
2008–2019 Arsenal 262 (40)
2010–2011Nottingham Forest (loan) 5 (0)
2011Cardiff City (loan) 6 (1)
2019–2022 Juventus 49 (5)
2022Rangers (loan) 7 (2)
2022– Nice 12 (1)
National team
2005–2008 Wales U17 15 (2)
2007–2009 Wales U21 12 (2)
2008– Wales 77 (20)
2012 Great Britain Olympic 5 (1)
*Club domestic league appearances and goals, correct as of 22:57, 11 November 2022 (UTC)
‡ National team caps and goals, correct as of 12:10, 25 November 2022 (UTC)

Aaron James Ramsey (born 26 December 1990) is a Welsh professional footballer who plays as a midfielder for Ligue 1 club Nice and the Wales national team. Ramsey mainly plays as a box-to-box midfielder, but has also been deployed on the left and right wings.

He played as a schoolboy for Cardiff City, where he spent eight years in youth football, became the club's youngest ever first team player, and made 28 appearances (including loan spell) for the senior team – including the 2008 FA Cup Final. Ramsey moved to Arsenal in 2008 in a £5 million deal, where he quickly gained first-team experience. However, his career stalled significantly after he suffered a broken leg in a match against Stoke City in February 2010. After two loan spells away from Arsenal, he returned to full fitness and re-established himself as a regular starter during the 2011–12 season. He also represented Great Britain at the 2012 Summer Olympics. Ramsey was a key player for Arsenal in the 2013–14 campaign, scoring 16 goals in all competitions, including the winner in the 2014 FA Cup Final against Hull City. He also played in the 2015 FA Cup Final, which Arsenal won,[4] and scored a second FA Cup winning goal in 2017.[5] On 1 July 2019, he joined Juventus after having signed a pre-contractual agreement, winning the league title during his first season. In 2022, he joined French side Nice.

Ramsey made his full international debut for Wales in 2008 and was part of their UEFA Euro 2016 campaign, where he helped his country to the semi-finals and was included in the Team of the Tournament and also helped Wales to the last 16 of UEFA Euro 2020. Ramsey then helped Wales qualify for the FIFA World Cup in 2022 for the first time since 1958, describing it as a "dream come true".[6]

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Association football

Association football

Association football, more commonly known as football or soccer, is a team sport played between two teams of 11 players who primarily use their feet to propel the ball around a rectangular field called a pitch. The objective of the game is to score more goals than the opposition by moving the ball beyond the goal line into the opposing side's rectangular framed goal. Traditionally, the game has been played over two 45 minute halves, for a total match time of 90 minutes. With an estimated 250 million players active in over 200 countries, it is considered the world's most popular sport.

Cardiff City F.C.

Cardiff City F.C.

Cardiff City Football Club is a professional association football club based in Cardiff, Wales. It competes in the Championship, the second tier of the English football league system. Founded in 1899 as Riverside A.F.C., the club changed its name to Cardiff City in 1908 and entered the Southern Football League in 1910 before joining the English Football League in 1920. The team has spent 17 seasons in the top tier of English football, the longest period being between 1921 and 1929. Their most recent season in the top flight was the 2018–19 Premier League season.

2008 FA Cup Final

2008 FA Cup Final

The 2008 FA Cup Final was an association football match between Cardiff City and Portsmouth held at Wembley Stadium, London, on 17 May 2008. The final was the showpiece match of English football's primary cup competition, the 2007–08 Football Association Challenge Cup, organised by The Football Association. It was the 127th FA Cup Final and the second to be held at the new Wembley Stadium following its redevelopment. Portsmouth won the match by a single goal, scored by Nwankwo Kanu in the 37th minute.

2011–12 Arsenal F.C. season

2011–12 Arsenal F.C. season

The 2011–12 season was Arsenal's 20th season in the Premier League, and also marked the club's 125th anniversary. In the Premier League, Arsenal struggled to recover from a poor start to the season. Though they did finish the season in the final qualification berth for the next season's UEFA Champions League. Arsenal's UEFA Champions League campaign once again proved unsuccessful, falling at the first hurdle in the knockout stage, with a 4–0 defeat at Milan ultimately proving fatal. Exiting the FA Cup at the fifth round stage at the hands of Sunderland, and the League Cup in the quarter-finals against Manchester City, the two domestic cups were also out of Arsenal's reach.

Great Britain men's Olympic football team

Great Britain men's Olympic football team

The Great Britain men's Olympic football team is the men's football team that represents the United Kingdom at the Summer Olympic Games. The team is organised by the English Football Association as the men's footballing representative of the British Olympic Association. The team only competes in the Olympic Games. In other international football tournaments, the Home Nations of the United Kingdom are represented by their own national teams, a situation which pre-dated the establishment of a GB team.

Football at the 2012 Summer Olympics – Men's tournament

Football at the 2012 Summer Olympics – Men's tournament

The men's football tournament at the 2012 Summer Olympics was held in London and five other cities in Great Britain from 26 July to 11 August. Associations affiliated with FIFA were invited to enter their men's U-23 teams in regional qualifying competitions, from which 15 teams, plus the hosts Great Britain, reached the final tournament. Men's teams were allowed to augment their squads with three players over the age of 23. It was the first men's Olympic football tournament to feature a team representing Great Britain since the 1960 Summer Olympics in Rome. The competition also marks the return of Uruguay to an Olympic Championship since 1928 when it became two-time champions.

2013–14 Arsenal F.C. season

2013–14 Arsenal F.C. season

The 2013–14 season was Arsenal Football Club's 22nd season in the Premier League and 95th consecutive season in the top flight of English football. Arsenal participated in the Premier League, FA Cup, League Cup and the UEFA Champions League, after finishing fourth in the previous Premier League season. Despite an opening day 1–3 league defeat at home to Aston Villa, which exacerbated underlying anger at the club's inactivity in the transfer market, Arsenal's league campaign got off to a strong start. Early pace-setters in the title race, Arsenal led the table for much of the season, spending more time on top of the league than any other side. However, a combination of injuries to key players and heavy defeats away from home against other title challengers saw the Gunners' title ambitions evaporate by late March. Nonetheless, Arsenal achieved success in the FA Cup with a dramatic 3–2 win over Hull City in the 2014 Final, ending a nine-year trophy drought.

2014 FA Cup Final

2014 FA Cup Final

The 2014 FA Cup Final was an association football match contested by Premier League clubs Arsenal and Hull City at Wembley Stadium in London, England, on 17 May 2014. It was the 133rd FA Cup final overall and the showpiece match of English football's primary cup competition, the Football Association Challenge Cup, organised by the Football Association (FA). Hull made their first appearance in an FA Cup Final, while Arsenal equalled Manchester United's record of 18 final appearances.

Hull City A.F.C.

Hull City A.F.C.

Hull City Association Football Club is a professional football club based in Hull, East Riding of Yorkshire, England, that compete in the EFL Championship. They have played home games at the MKM Stadium since moving from Boothferry Park in 2002. The club's traditional home shirt is in black and amber, often with a striped shirt design, hence their nickname, The Tigers. They hold Humber derby rivalries with Scunthorpe United and Grimsby Town.

2015 FA Cup Final

2015 FA Cup Final

The 2015 FA Cup Final was an association football match played between Arsenal and Aston Villa at Wembley Stadium, London, on 30 May 2015. Organised by the Football Association (FA), it was the 134th final of the Football Association Challenge Cup, the world's oldest football cup competition. En route to the final, Arsenal defeated Hull City, Brighton & Hove Albion, Middlesbrough, Manchester United and Reading. Aston Villa secured victories over Blackpool, Bournemouth, Leicester City, West Bromwich Albion and Liverpool in the rounds before the final.

2017 FA Cup Final

2017 FA Cup Final

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FIFA World Cup

FIFA World Cup

The FIFA World Cup, often simply called the World Cup, is an international association football competition contested by the senior men's national teams of the members of the Fédération Internationale de Football Association (FIFA), the sport's global governing body. The championship has been awarded every four years since the inaugural tournament in 1930, except in 1942 and 1946 when it was not held because of the Second World War. The current champions are France, who won their second title at the 2018 tournament in Russia.

Early life

As a child, Ramsey attended Ysgol Gyfun Cwm Rhymni (Rhymney Valley Comprehensive School) in Caerphilly County Borough.[7] Ramsey's first introduction to football was at the age of nine, when he attended an Urdd training session at Caerphilly.[8] Before turning to football, he was a keen rugby player and athlete. As a schoolboy he played as a winger for Caerphilly R.F.C.s youth development programme, where he was approached by scouts from rugby league side St. Helens after playing in a youth match against them,[9] but had already been signed by Cardiff City's youth academy. Ramsey was Welsh Schools' Athletic Association pentathlon champion in 2005 and was ranked 4th in Great Britain in the under 17 age group in 2006.[10]

He lived with his parents, Marlene and Kevin, and his brother, Josh, until moving to London where he was housemates with former Cardiff City teammate, Chris Gunter,[11] who was then playing for Tottenham Hotspur. Ramsey is a fluent Welsh language speaker.[12][13]

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Ysgol Gyfun Cwm Rhymni

Ysgol Gyfun Cwm Rhymni

Ysgol Gyfun Cwm Rhymni is a Welsh-medium school situated in the village of Fleur-de-Lys in the Rhymney Valley. Cwm Rhymni was founded in 1981 with just over 150 pupils and has since grown to 1,684 pupils with 1,164 at the Gellihaf campus and 520 at Y Gwyndy.

Caerphilly County Borough

Caerphilly County Borough

Caerphilly County Borough is a county borough in the south-east of Wales. It is governed by Caerphilly County Borough Council.

Urdd Gobaith Cymru

Urdd Gobaith Cymru

Urdd Gobaith Cymru is a national voluntary youth organisation, which claimed over 56,000 members in 2019 aged between 8 and 25 years old. It provides opportunities for children and young people across Wales to take part in a range of experiences through the medium of Welsh. The Urdd turned 100 on 25 January 2022 and celebrated by breaking 2 Guinness World Records.

Caerphilly

Caerphilly

Caerphilly is a town and community in Wales. It is situated at the southern end of the Rhymney Valley.

Rugby league

Rugby league

Rugby league football, commonly known as just rugby league and sometimes football, footy, rugby or league, is a full-contact sport played by two teams of thirteen players on a rectangular field measuring 68 metres wide and 112–122 metres long with H shaped posts at both ends. It is one of the two codes of rugby football, the other being rugby union. It originated in 1895 as the result of a split from the Rugby Football Union over the issue of payments to players. The rules of the game governed by the new Northern Rugby Football Union progressively changed from those of the RFU with the specific aim of producing a faster and more entertaining game to appeal to spectators, on whose income the new organisation and its members depended. Due to its high-velocity contact, cardio-based endurance and minimal use of body protection, rugby league is widely regarded as the toughest and most brutal collision sport in the world.

St Helens R.F.C.

St Helens R.F.C.

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Pentathlon

Pentathlon

A pentathlon is a contest featuring five events. The name is derived from Greek: combining the words pente (five) and -athlon (competition). The first pentathlon was documented in Ancient Greece and was part of the Ancient Olympic Games. Five events were contested over one day for the Ancient Olympic pentathlon, starting with the long jump, javelin throwing, and discus throwing, followed by the stadion and wrestling. Pentathletes were considered to be among the most skilled athletes, and their training was often part of military service—each of the five events in the pentathlon was thought to be useful in war or battle.

Chris Gunter

Chris Gunter

Christopher Ross Gunter is a Welsh footballer who plays as a defender for AFC Wimbledon and the Wales national team. An attacking full back, he is capable of playing on both flanks but usually plays on his preferred right side.

Tottenham Hotspur F.C.

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Welsh language

Welsh language

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Club career

Cardiff City

Ramsey at Cardiff City in 2008
Ramsey at Cardiff City in 2008

After impressing in an Urdd tournament as a youngster he signed for Cardiff City, who beat off competition from Newcastle United, as a schoolboy at the age of eight, working his way through the club's youth system. After a few more years he eventually made his Cardiff City debut in the last home game of the 2006–07 Championship season, coming on to replace Paul Parry in the final minute of the 1–0 defeat to Hull City on 28 April 2007. In doing so, Ramsey became the youngest player to ever play for Cardiff City, aged just 16 years and 124 days,[14] beating the previous record holder John Toshack. In June 2007, Cardiff City turned down a bid of over £1 million for Ramsey from a London-based Premier League club.[15] The club was not named, but it was widely believed that they continued to watch Ramsey at every available opportunity during the 2007–08 season. Cardiff also turned down a £1 million offer, although the deal was to start with a payment of £200,000 and rise depending on his future achievements, from Everton.

Ramsey made his first league appearance of the 2007–08 season on 6 October, when he came on as a late substitute for Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink in the 2–1 home win over Burnley. Ramsey signed his first professional contract in December 2007[16] and went on to make his first full professional start for Cardiff on 5 January in the FA Cup against Chasetown replacing the suspended Stephen McPhail. An impressive performance from Ramsey saw him head in the second Cardiff goal as they went on to win 3–1.[17] Due to his performance against Chasetown, Ramsey was nominated for the Player of the Round award, eventually losing out to Coventry's Michael Mifsud.[18] On 26 April, he scored his first league goal in a 3–3 draw against Burnley.[19] He went on to make his first career league start three weeks later in a 3–1 win over Queens Park Rangers and began to establish himself in the first team, making several more starts in the Cardiff side. He made a total of 22 appearances during the season, his first full season of professional football, and played in five of the club's six FA Cup matches, including the final, becoming the second youngest player to play in an FA Cup Final after Curtis Weston, who played in the 2004 FA Cup Final for Millwall.[20]

Following Ramsey's impressive performance in the 2–1 FA Cup quarter-final win over Middlesbrough it was revealed that Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson had talked to Cardiff boss Dave Jones to inquire about Ramsey, who were later joined by Arsenal and Everton in following his progress.[21] Ramsey in fact grew up a Manchester United fan, but in the end he decided not to join them.[22] Cardiff chairman Peter Ridsdale told the BBC that Arsenal's bid of £5 million up front had been accepted. Arsenal's bid did not include a loan clause that would allow Ramsey to stay at Cardiff for another season.[23] Cardiff City assistant manager and former Arsenal player and coach Terry Burton, who was credited for having brought through Ramsey, also helped recommend him to Arsenal manager Arsène Wenger, having retained a longstanding connection to the club.[24] During the transfer negotiations, Burton also advised that Ramsey join Arsenal, citing the similarity between the player and the club's overall style of play.[24]

Arsenal

On 10 June 2008, it was confirmed that after meeting officials from Arsenal, Everton and Manchester United, Ramsey had decided to join Arsenal, who paid Cardiff City a total of £4.8 million for the player.[25] The move was completed on 13 June 2008 on what was said to be a long-term contract. The main reason he chose Arsenal ahead of the other clubs that pursued his signature was the approach of Arsenal manager Arsène Wenger, who flew him and his family to Switzerland to talk about the plans Wenger had for him and his potential future with Arsenal.[26] Wenger described Ramsey as "a player with a fantastic engine, good build, good technique and good vision".[27]

Ramsey (in dark blue) at the end of the 2008–09 campaign
Ramsey (in dark blue) at the end of the 2008–09 campaign

Ramsey made his competitive debut for Arsenal in the Champions League third qualifying round against FC Twente on 13 August 2008 and his league debut a month later against Blackburn Rovers on 13 September 2008, marking it with an assist to Emmanuel Adebayor for Arsenal's fourth and Adebayor's third. On 23 September 2008 he completed 90 minutes in Arsenal's third round League Cup game against Sheffield United which Arsenal won 6–0, when he added two more assists to his season's tally, setting up Nicklas Bendtner and Carlos Vela. He scored his first goal for the club in their 5–2 victory away against Fenerbahçe in the group stages of the UEFA Champions League[28] by shooting a long-range shot which hit the post and went in, becoming the fifth youngest scorer in Champions League history, and only the second player born in the 1990s to score a Champions League goal. Ramsey was named amongst a host of young players poised to shine in 2009 by Fifa.com.[29] On 1 July 2009, he signed a new long-term contract at Arsenal.[30]

On 22 August 2009, Ramsey scored his first league goal in a one-on-one against goalkeeper David James as Arsenal beat Portsmouth 4–1[31] at Emirates Stadium and then set up Andrey Arshavin in a 3–1 home win over Celtic in the Champions League play-offs.[32] In the League Cup fourth round win against Liverpool, on 28 October, he produced an impressive performance and set up Nicklas Bendtner earning himself the man of the match award.[33]

Ramsey playing against Stoke City in 2010
Ramsey playing against Stoke City in 2010

Ramsey made his first Premier League start of the season on 7 November 2009 as Arsenal beat Wolverhampton Wanderers 4–1 at Molineux with Ramsey completing 90-minutes for the first time in the top-flight. Four days after the game, he was awarded the Welsh Young Player of the Year award.[34] On 5 December 2009, Ramsey scored his second league goal of the season in a comfortable 2–0 victory over Stoke City. On 30 December, Ramsey went on to score his third goal of the season, along with an assist in the 4–1 victory against Portsmouth. On 3 January 2010, Ramsey scored a 78th-minute equaliser in the FA Cup third round tie against West Ham United at Upton Park. Arsenal went on to win the tie 2–1, with Eduardo scoring an 83rd-minute header. Ramsey went on to be named man of the match. Ramsey has been described by manager Arsène Wenger as: "An offence-minded Roy Keane" and "an all-round player, with a fantastic ability to cover distances."[35]

On 27 February 2010, Arsenal played Stoke City at the Britannia Stadium, where a tackle by Stoke defender Ryan Shawcross caused a double fracture in Ramsey's lower right leg.[36] Ramsey was hospitalised, and it was later confirmed that he had broken his tibia and fibula.[37] No return date was initially given,[38][39] but it was announced on 20 March that he started walking without his crutches. Ramsey signed a new long-term contract with Arsenal on 1 June 2010.[40] He returned to training in October 2010.[41] On 23 November 2010, Ramsey made his return to football for the Arsenal reserve team against the Wolverhampton Wanderers reserve team at Arsenal's London Colney training ground.[42]

2010–11: Loan to Nottingham Forest

Ramsey was loaned out to Nottingham Forest on 25 November 2010 until 3 January 2011. The move was to allow him to gain match fitness.[43] Ramsey made his Forest debut on 29 November 2010 as a 61st-minute substitute against Leicester City.[44] He made his first start against Derby County in the East Midlands derby where he played 60 minutes. The match ended 5–2 to Nottingham Forest. Due to adverse weather conditions, Ramsey was limited to just five appearances for Forest before returning to Arsenal in January 2011.[45][46] Ramsey returned to Arsenal on 5 January 2011 before the club's FA Cup tie against Leeds United[47] in which he was an unused substitute.[48] Ramsey was also an unused substitute at Portman Road on 12 January for the League Cup semi-final against Ipswich Town.[49]

2011: Loan return to Cardiff City

The difference in his strength and his maturity – both on and off the pitch – was amazing. It really was a case of someone leaving as a boy and coming back as a man ... He is so strong mentally, and he certainly hasn't been holding anything back.

 – Cardiff boss Dave Jones on Ramsey's loan return to the club[50]

Ramsey returned to Cardiff City in a one-month loan move in order to gain match fitness,[51] joining former Arsenal youngster Jay Emmanuel-Thomas who also joined Cardiff City on loan in January 2011.[52] Ramsey was handed his first start for Cardiff against Reading.[53] Ramsey again started for Cardiff City in the South Wales derby against Swansea City where he provided an assist for Craig Bellamy in the game ending 1–0.[54] Ramsey again completed 90 minutes for Cardiff in the game against Scunthorpe United[55] and Burnley. A minor thigh strain ruled Ramsey out of the match against Nottingham Forest.[56] He made his come back against Leicester City, scoring in a 2–0 victory.[57]

On 25 February, Cardiff asked for a loan extension until the end of the season with a 24-hour call back option; however, Arsenal turned this offer down and Ramsey returned to Arsenal.[58]

2011–2013: Injury return and development

Scoring the goal was a special moment for me. This was worth the wait and so many people have helped me through the tough time I had, hopefully this will give them the same satisfaction as it does me.

 – Ramsey on his first goal of the 2010–11 season[59][60]

Ramsey ended the season with seven league appearances. He made his Arsenal return as a 72nd-minute substitute against Manchester United in the FA Cup which Arsenal lost 2–0. He made his first start since his injury for Arsenal on 19 March against West Bromwich Albion. On 1 May, Ramsey scored his first goal of the season in a 1–0 home Premier League victory over Manchester United. He also won the man of the match award.

Ramsey warming up before a match against Aston Villa on 24 March 2012
Ramsey warming up before a match against Aston Villa on 24 March 2012

On 16 August 2011, Ramsey made his first Champions League appearance of the season at home against Udinese. In the fourth minute of the match he assisted on Theo Walcott's goal that gave Arsenal the 1–0 advantage in the first leg of the match. Four days later he played a league game at the Emirates Stadium against Liverpool where on the 78th minute of play, Ignasi Miquel's attempted clearance hit Ramsey and looped into the back of the net past Wojciech Szczęsny for an own goal. The game finished 2–0 to Liverpool.[61]

On 17 September 2011, Ramsey assisted on Mikel Arteta for Arsenal's second goal as the team lost 4–3 away to Blackburn Rovers in a Premier League game. He was widely criticised for his performance lately for slowing down the tempo of the game and being indecisive in passing. However, he had a solid game during a convincing 3–0 Premier League win against Bolton Wanderers on 24 September 2011. He provided an assist for the Arsenal captain Robin van Persie by a through ball in less than one minute after the half-time break. He made another important through pass to Theo Walcott on the 54th minute that saw David Wheater sent off for pulling Walcott from the back.[62]

On 19 October 2011, he scored a dramatic last minute winner against Marseille in an important group stage match of the Champions League. On 23 October 2011, Ramsey assisted Gervinho for the first goal in a 3–1 win for the Gunners. He scored the equaliser on 11 February 2012 in a 2–1 win away to Sunderland.[63]

Ramsey was a substitute for Arsenal's first four league games of the 2012–13 season. On 15 September he replaced Francis Coquelin before hitting the post in the buildup to Arsenal's fifth goal in a 6–1 win against Southampton. On 23 September, he made his first start of the season against defending champions Manchester City, impressing in the right flank role. On 3 October, Ramsey scored a chip shot with his right foot in a 3–1 win against Olympiacos in a Champions League group stage match.[64]

On 19 December 2012, it was announced that Ramsey, along with teammates Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, Kieran Gibbs, Jack Wilshere and Carl Jenkinson, had signed a new long-term contract with Arsenal.[65] Due to his rise in form, he was voted man of the match in two consecutive games by the Arsenal fans on Arsenal.com against Norwich City and Everton. Ramsey was voted as Arsenal Player of the Month award by the fans.[66] He followed this up by scoring his first league goal of the season in the 4–1 victory against Wigan Athletic, which saw the Lancashire-based club relegated from the Premier League.[67]

2013–14: Breakthrough to stardom

Ramsey facing former club Cardiff City in the Premier League in 2013
Ramsey facing former club Cardiff City in the Premier League in 2013

Ramsey started the 2013–14 season well, scoring in the first leg of the Champions League play-off against Fenerbahçe and claiming the man of the match award. In the return leg, he scored twice to end the tie 5–0 on aggregate and secure Arsenal's place in the group stage. Ramsey continued his fine form in Arsenal's 3–1 win over Fulham in the second round of the Premier League, helping Olivier Giroud score the first goal via a deflection, and being named man of the match. The absence of Mikel Arteta from Arsenal's midfield saw Arsène Wenger field Ramsey in a deeper midfield role as opposed to 2011–12, and Ramsey thrived in the new role, with another inspired midfield performance against Tottenham Hotspur in the North London derby on 1 September, where he was involved in the build-up play to Giroud's goal. He then scored twice against Sunderland on 14 September, with his first goal being a first-touch volley, and the second involving build-up play with Giroud and new signing Mesut Özil.[68]

Ramsey continued his excellent form by scoring in Arsenal's 2–1 win over Marseille in the Champions League at the Stade Vélodrome and scoring the opener in a 3–1 Premier League win against Stoke City four days later. On 28 September, he was again named as the man of the match as he netted another goal and claimed an assist in the away game against Swansea City, which Arsenal won 2–1. Three days later, in a game against Napoli in a Champions League fixture, he set up Özil's first goal for Arsenal. Ramsey won the Premier League Player of the Month award for September.[69]

Ramsey taking a free kick in a Champions League match against Marseille on 26 November 2013
Ramsey taking a free kick in a Champions League match against Marseille on 26 November 2013

On 19 October, he scored a solo goal against Norwich City, which was his ninth goal for Arsenal in the season, before assisting the fourth Arsenal goal in a 4–1 win.[70] His good form continued into November as he scored a spectacular long range shot from outside of the box in a 2–0 win against Liverpool on 2 November to put Arsenal five points clear at the top of the Premier League table with ten games played.[71] He also scored a crucial second-half header four days later against Borussia Dortmund in a 1–0 away victory in the Champions League group stages, bringing his goal tally to 13 in 21 appearances for club and country. On 30 November, he scored two goals against his former club Cardiff City, and refused to celebrate out of respect.[72] He received applause from Cardiff fans, with some even joining Arsenal fans in singing his name late on.[72] On 26 December, he suffered a thigh strain in Arsenal's away fixture against West Ham United,[73] eventually missing over three months of the season.[74]

Ramsey's early season form saw him voted Arsenal's Player of the Month for four consecutive months between August and November 2013.[75] On 18 March 2014, he signed a new contract extension with the Gunners.[76]

On 6 April, Ramsey returned from injury as a substitute in Arsenal's 3–0 loss at Everton.[77] On 12 April, he was named in the starting line-up for the first time since Boxing Day in the FA Cup semi-final against Wigan Athletic, playing 113 minutes before being substituted for Kim Källström.[78] On 20 April, he scored once and was credited with two assists in Arsenal's 3–0 win away to Hull City.[79]

On 18 April, Ramsey was named as one of the six players on the shortlist for the PFA Young Player of the Year award,[80] and on 11 May he scored a volley to help his side to a 2–0 win over Norwich City on the last day of the Premier League 2013–14 season, relegating their opponents.[81] On 17 May, Ramsey scored the winning goal in the 109th minute of the 2014 FA Cup Final against Hull City, ending Arsenal's nine-year wait for a trophy.[82]

On 4 June 2014, Ramsey was named Arsenal's Player of the Season after his performance of the 2013–14 season with 58 percent of the votes.[83]

2014–2017: FA Cup wins and individual success

Ramsey (second from right)
Ramsey (second from right)

Ramsey started the 2014–15 season by scoring Arsenal's second goal in their 3–0 victory of Manchester City in the Community Shield on 10 August.[84] Six days later, in the club's first league match of the season, at home against Crystal Palace, he scored the winning goal in injury-time to secure a 2–1 comeback victory.[85] On 19 August, in the first leg of Arsenal's Champions League play-off away to Beşiktaş, he was sent off for a second booking in a goalless draw.[86] Four days later, he scored in 2–2 draw at Goodison Park against Everton.[87]

On 3 December, Ramsey assisted Alexis Sánchez's late winner against Southampton at home. The following league fixture saw him scoring a volley against Stoke City in a thrilling 3–2 defeat at the Britannia, ending a three-month goal drought in the process. On 9 December, he scored two goals against Galatasaray in Arsenal's last group stage match in the Champions League, helping Arsenal to a 4–1 win and second position in the group.[88] On 4 May, Ramsey scored Arsenal's second goal in a 1–3 away league win at Hull City.[89] On 30 May 2015, Ramsey was selected to start in the 2015 FA Cup Final, playing the full 90 minutes in a 4–0 win over Aston Villa at Wembley Stadium.[90]

Ramsey in 2015
Ramsey in 2015

Ramsey scored his first goal of the 2015–16 season in a 3–0 win against Watford on 17 October at Vicarage Road.[91] On 8 March, Ramsey suffered a thigh injury in a 4–0 away victory over Hull City in an FA Cup replay, and was ruled out for five weeks.[92]

After Mikel Arteta's departure, Ramsey was handed the number 8 jersey.[93] On 7 January 2017, Ramsey scored his first goal of the 2016–17 season from outside the penalty area in a 1–2 away victory over Preston in the third round of the FA Cup.[94] Ramsey scored his second goal of the season against non-league outfit Lincoln City in the quarter-finals of the FA Cup, rounding Lincoln's goalkeeper before drilling it into the net for Arsenal's last goal in a 5–0 victory.[95] On 27 May 2017, he scored the winning goal for Arsenal in the 2017 FA Cup Final for a 2–1 win over Chelsea.[96]

2017–2019: Final seasons at Arsenal

Ramsey started in Arsenal's opening 2017–18 season Premier League fixture against Leicester City, bringing the Gunner's back to level at 3–3 in the 83rd minute in an eventual 4–3 victory.[97] On 22 October 2017, Ramsey scored Arsenal's fourth in a 2–5 away victory against Everton at Goodison Park.[98] A week later on 28 October 2017, Ramsey scored the winner in a 2–1 win against Swansea City, slotting into the bottom-left corner from a Sead Kolašinac pass via the right-foot of Swansea goalie Łukasz Fabiański. The goal meant that Arsenal manager Arsène Wenger was victorious in his 800th Premier League game in charge and also was Ramsey's 50th goal for Arsenal.[99] On 3 February 2018, Ramsey scored his first career hat-trick in a 5–1 home victory against Everton.[100] Ramsey scored another big goal for the Gunners, netting the second goal in their 0–2 win over A.C. Milan at San Siro in the Europa League round of 16 first leg tie on 8 March 2018. He made a smart run on the brink of half time, receiving a pass from Mesut Özil before rounding Milan keeper Gianluigi Donnarumma and slotting it into the empty net with great composure.[101]

After having one goal ruled out early on for offside, Ramsey scored a brace in the 4–1 quarter-final first leg victory over CSKA Moscow in the Europa League. The first a simple side-foot from a Héctor Bellerín cross, the second a brilliant instinctive volleyed flick over the goalkeeper.[102] At the end of the season, he was voted by Arsenal fans as their player of the season, the second time he had received the honour.[103]

On 7 October 2018, Ramsey came off the bench and scored the third goal in a 5–1 victory against Fulham in the league.[104] His goal was later voted as Premier League Goal of the Month for October.[105] In February 2019, it was announced that Ramsey would move to Italian club Juventus in the summer.[106] In April, he suffered a hamstring injury, ending his season and Arsenal career.[107]

Juventus

On 11 February 2019, Ramsey signed a four-year contract with Juventus, which officially took effect on 1 July 2019. He would receive £400,000 a week making him the highest-earning British player ever based on basic salary.[106][108] He made his debut as a substitute in a pre-season friendly.[109] His official club debut came on 18 September, when he made a second-half substitute appearance in Juventus's opening Champions League fixture of the 2019–20 season, a 2–2 away draw against Atlético Madrid.[110] He made his Serie A debut and first start for the club on 21 September, in a 2–1 home win over Verona, during which he also scored his first goal for the club.[111]

On 20 October 2020, Ramsey made his 50th Champions League appearance in a 2–0 away win over Dynamo Kyiv, becoming only the third Welsh male player to achieve this milestone in the competition after Ryan Giggs and Gareth Bale.[112]

On 31 January 2022, Ramsey signed on loan for Scottish Premiership champions Rangers, for the remainder of the 2021–22 season.[113] On 26 July, Juventus announced the termination of his contract.[114]

Nice

On 1 August 2022, Ramsey signed for OGC Nice on a free transfer, scoring the equaliser on his debut in a 1–1 draw against Toulouse FC.[115]

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Cardiff City F.C.

Cardiff City F.C.

Cardiff City Football Club is a professional association football club based in Cardiff, Wales. It competes in the Championship, the second tier of the English football league system. Founded in 1899 as Riverside A.F.C., the club changed its name to Cardiff City in 1908 and entered the Southern Football League in 1910 before joining the English Football League in 1920. The team has spent 17 seasons in the top tier of English football, the longest period being between 1921 and 1929. Their most recent season in the top flight was the 2018–19 Premier League season.

2006–07 Football League Championship

2006–07 Football League Championship

The 2006–07 Football League Championship was the third season of the league under its current title and fifteenth season under its current league division format.

Hull City A.F.C.

Hull City A.F.C.

Hull City Association Football Club is a professional football club based in Hull, East Riding of Yorkshire, England, that compete in the EFL Championship. They have played home games at the MKM Stadium since moving from Boothferry Park in 2002. The club's traditional home shirt is in black and amber, often with a striped shirt design, hence their nickname, The Tigers. They hold Humber derby rivalries with Scunthorpe United and Grimsby Town.

Everton F.C.

Everton F.C.

Everton Football Club is an English professional association football club based in Liverpool that competes in the Premier League, the top tier of English football. The club was a founder member of the Football League in 1888 and has competed in the top division for a record 119 seasons, having missed only four top-flight seasons. Everton is the second-longest continuous serving club in English top flight football and ranks third in the all-time points rankings. The club has won nine league titles, five FA Cups, one European Cup Winners' Cup and nine Charity Shields.

2007–08 Cardiff City F.C. season

2007–08 Cardiff City F.C. season

During the 2007–08 season Cardiff City played in the Football League Championship. It was the team's fifth consecutive season in the second tier since being promoted from the third tier. The season was the first full year in charge for chairman Peter Ridsdale after taking over from Sam Hammam the previous year.

Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink

Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink

Jerrel Floyd "Jimmy" Hasselbaink is a Dutch professional football manager and former player who was most recently the manager of League One club Burton Albion.

Burnley F.C.

Burnley F.C.

Burnley Football Club is an English association football club based in Burnley, Lancashire, that competes in the EFL Championship, the second tier of English football, following relegation from the 2021–22 Premier League. Founded on 18 May 1882, it was one of the first to become professional, and subsequently put pressure on the Football Association to permit payments to players. The club entered the FA Cup for the first time in 1885–86 and was one of the 12 founder members of the Football League in 1888–89. From the 1950s until the 1970s, under chairman Bob Lord, the club became renowned for its youth policy and scouting system, and was one of the first to set up a purpose-built training ground.

FA Cup

FA Cup

The Football Association Challenge Cup, more commonly known as the FA Cup, is an annual knockout football competition in men's domestic English football. First played during the 1871–72 season, it is the oldest national football competition in the world. It is organised by and named after The Football Association. Since 2015, it has been known as The Emirates FA Cup after its headline sponsor. A concurrent women's tournament is also held, the Women's FA Cup.

Chasetown F.C.

Chasetown F.C.

Chasetown Football Club is an English football club based in the Chasetown area of Burntwood, Staffordshire. The club plays in the Northern Premier League Division One Midlands and is nicknamed The Scholars, having been formed by affiliates of nearby Chase Terrace High School in the Chase Terrace area of Burntwood.

Coventry City F.C.

Coventry City F.C.

Coventry City Football Club is a professional association football club based in Coventry, West Midlands, England. The team currently compete in the Championship, the second tier of the English football league system. The club play at the 32,609 capacity Coventry Building Society Arena. The club is nicknamed the Sky Blues because of the colour of their home strip. From 1899 to 2005, Coventry City played at Highfield Road. The 32,609-capacity Coventry Building Society Arena was opened in August 2005 to replace Highfield Road.

2007–08 FA Cup

2007–08 FA Cup

The 2007–08 FA Cup was the 127th season of the world's oldest football knockout competition, the FA Cup. A record 731 clubs' entries were accepted for the competition.

2008 FA Cup Final

2008 FA Cup Final

The 2008 FA Cup Final was an association football match between Cardiff City and Portsmouth held at Wembley Stadium, London, on 17 May 2008. The final was the showpiece match of English football's primary cup competition, the 2007–08 Football Association Challenge Cup, organised by The Football Association. It was the 127th FA Cup Final and the second to be held at the new Wembley Stadium following its redevelopment. Portsmouth won the match by a single goal, scored by Nwankwo Kanu in the 37th minute.

International career

Aaron Ramsey (middle) lines up for Wales Under-21 alongside Christian Ribeiro (right) and Ched Evans (left)
Aaron Ramsey (middle) lines up for Wales Under-21 alongside Christian Ribeiro (right) and Ched Evans (left)

Ramsey had his first taste of international action when he was called up for the Wales U17s in 2005. A part of the new wave of young talents to emerge from the Wales youth teams, he debuted for the U21 side on 21 August 2007 in a 4–3 away win over Sweden U21s several months shy of his seventeenth birthday, breaking former club mate Chris Gunter's record.[116][117] Youth coach Brian Flynn revealed that Ramsey had been purposely held back in the U21s to help qualify for the 2009 UEFA European Under-21 Championship but they lost a close contest to England U21s in the play-offs, where Ramsey himself scored a volley with his weaker foot in the second leg at Villa Park.[118]

Ramsey fourth from left with Great Britain at the 2012 Olympics
Ramsey fourth from left with Great Britain at the 2012 Olympics

Ramsey made his debut for the Wales national football team on 19 November 2008, aged 17, playing 88 minutes of a 1–0 away win in Denmark.[119][120] On 14 October 2009, he scored his first senior goal in the 2010 World Cup qualifier away at Liechtenstein from a free kick awarded for a trip on Gareth Bale.[121] As the World Cup qualification campaign came to an end, he and 11 other senior internationals were recalled to Flynn's preliminary U21 squad on 30 October for a qualifier but later withdrew.[122] On 6 November, Toshack also called him up for 14 November friendly against Scotland.[123] Wales won 3–0 and Ramsey was involved in all of them – assisting David Edwards' opener, setting up Joe Ledley to assist the second and then scoring a solo effort.[124] Ramsey was awarded the FAW's Young Player of the Year award that same month.[125][126]

Manager Gary Speed appointed Ramsey as permanent captain of Wales, beginning with the match against England on 26 March 2011. This made him the youngest ever Wales captain at the age of 20 years 90 days, beating the record set by Mike England in 1964.[127] He scored his first goal as captain in Wales' final Nations Cup match against Northern Ireland on 27 May 2011.[128]

Ramsey was one of five Welshmen selected to compete at the 2012 Olympic Football Tournament for Great Britain. He featured in all three group games, the latter two as a starter. In the quarter-finals against South Korea on 4 August at Cardiff's Millennium Stadium, he equalised with a penalty kick and the match finished 1–1; he scored again in the penalty shootout which his team lost.[129]

In October 2012, Ashley Williams was appointed captain of Wales by Chris Coleman, replacing Ramsey after a run of defeats, but the manager said Ramsey would most likely be captain of Wales again in his career.[130] On 22 March 2013, Ramsey scored an equalising 73rd-minute penalty in a 2–1 victory over fellow British rivals Scotland in a 2014 FIFA World Cup qualification fixture, however he received a red card for a foul on James McArthur during added time.[131]

On 31 May 2016, Ramsey was included in Chris Coleman's 23-man Wales squad for Euro 2016.[132] On 11 June, in Wales' opening match of the tournament, he set-up Robson-Kanu's match-winning goal in a 2–1 win over Slovakia;[133] this was Wales's first win in a major international football tournament in 58 years.[134] On 20 June, in his team's final group match, he scored the opening goal of a 3–0 win over Russia, which saw Wales top their group; he also set-up the final goal of the match, which was scored by Gareth Bale.[135][136][137] In the round of 16 match against Northern Ireland on 25 June, Ramsey once again contributed to a Welsh victory in the 75th minute of play; he played a pass to Gareth Bale, who then delivered a cross into the penalty area; defender Gareth McAuley deflected the ball into his own net, and Wales won the match 1–0. Ramsey was booked in injury-time for kicking the ball away after conceding a foul.[137][138][139] In the quarter-final against Belgium on 1 July, Ramsey set up two goals in a 3–1 win which ultimately saw his nation advance to the semi-finals; however, he was booked for the second time in the tournament during the match, which ruled him out of the semi-final.[140] Wales were eliminated from the tournament in the following match by eventual champions Portugal on 6 July.[141] Ramsey finished the tournament as the joint-highest assist provider, with four assists, alongside Eden Hazard,[142] and was named to the team of the tournament for his performances.[143]

In May 2021, Ramsey was selected for the Wales squad for the delayed UEFA Euro 2020 tournament.[144] He scored the opening goal in Wales's second group match on 16 June, a 2–0 win over Turkey;[145] he helped his country qualify for the round of 16, in which they were beaten 4–0 by Denmark.[146] In November 2022 he was named in the Wales squad for the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar.[147]

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Christian Ribeiro

Christian Ribeiro

Christian Michael Ribeiro is a Welsh retired professional footballer who played as a defender.

Ched Evans

Ched Evans

Chedwyn Michael Evans is a Welsh footballer who plays as a striker for Championship club Preston North End.

Chris Gunter

Chris Gunter

Christopher Ross Gunter is a Welsh footballer who plays as a defender for AFC Wimbledon and the Wales national team. An attacking full back, he is capable of playing on both flanks but usually plays on his preferred right side.

Brian Flynn (footballer)

Brian Flynn (footballer)

Brian Flynn is a Welsh former footballer and manager. As a player, he was a Welsh international, who played as a midfielder.

2009 UEFA European Under-21 Championship

2009 UEFA European Under-21 Championship

The 2009 UEFA European Under-21 Championship began on 15 June 2009, and was the 17th UEFA European Under-21 Championship. This was the first tournament after the competition reverted to a two-year format, following the single-year 2006–07 competition, which allowed the change to odd-numbered years. Sweden hosted the final tournament in June 2009; therefore, their under-21 team qualified automatically. Players born on or after 1 January 1986 were eligible to play in this competition.

Denmark national football team

Denmark national football team

The Denmark men’s national football team represents Denmark in men's international football competitions. It is controlled by the Danish Football Association (DBU), the governing body for the football clubs which are organised under DBU. Denmark's home stadium is Parken Stadium in the Østerbro district of Copenhagen; their head coach is Kasper Hjulmand.

2010 FIFA World Cup qualification

2010 FIFA World Cup qualification

The 2010 FIFA World Cup qualification competition was a series of tournaments organised by the six FIFA confederations. Each confederation — the AFC (Asia), CAF (Africa), CONCACAF, CONMEBOL, OFC (Oceania), and UEFA (Europe) — was allocated a certain number of the 32 places at the tournament. A total of 205 teams entered the qualification competition, with South Africa, as the host, qualifying for the World Cup automatically. The first qualification matches were played on 25 August 2007 and qualification concluded on 18 November 2009. Overall, 2338 goals were scored over 852 matches, scoring on average 2.74 per match.

Gareth Bale

Gareth Bale

Gareth Frank Bale is a Welsh professional footballer who plays as a winger for Major League Soccer club Los Angeles FC and the Wales national team. He is widely regarded as one of the greatest wingers of his generation and one of the greatest Welsh players of all time.

David Edwards (footballer, born 1986)

David Edwards (footballer, born 1986)

David Alexander Edwards is a footballer who plays as a midfielder for Cymru Premier club Bala Town.

Football Association of Wales

Football Association of Wales

The Football Association of Wales is the governing body of association football and futsal in Wales, and controls the Welsh national football team, its corresponding women's team, as well as the Welsh national futsal team. It is a member of FIFA, UEFA and the IFAB.

Gary Speed

Gary Speed

Gary Andrew Speed, MBE was a Welsh professional footballer and manager. As manager of Wales, Speed is often credited as being the catalyst for the change in fortunes of the national team and as setting the pathway to future successes.

Football at the 2012 Summer Olympics

Football at the 2012 Summer Olympics

The association football tournament at the 2012 Summer Olympics was held from 25 July to 11 August, and was the only sport to begin before the official opening day of the Olympic Games, two days before the opening ceremony. It was also the only sport to be held at multiple venues outside London, with Manchester, Glasgow, Newcastle, Coventry and Cardiff all hosting matches. The finals were played at Wembley Stadium. Associations affiliated with FIFA were invited to send their senior women's and men's under-23 national teams to participate; men's teams were allowed to augment their squads with three players over the age of 23. Five hundred and four football players competed for two sets of gold medals.

Style of play

Ramsey on the ball against Swansea in the Premier League in 2011
Ramsey on the ball against Swansea in the Premier League in 2011

Ramsey blends superior technique with a powerful running style,[148] and is predominantly known for his offensive movement off the ball and his attacking capabilities as a midfielder, in particular his ability to make late runs into the penalty area, and score goals.[149][150][151] In addition to his technical skills and offensive prowess, Ramsey has also been praised in the media for his energy, tenacity, and work-rate across the pitch.[149][152] He is also a precise passer, and possesses good vision, which enables him to link-up with other players and create chances for teammates after winning back possession, in addition to scoring goals himself.[153][154] Although his favoured role is in the centre of the pitch, as either a central or attacking midfielder, he is also capable of playing out wide, as a winger on either flank;[153] he also been deployed in a deeper midfield position,[153] or even in a box-to-box role on occasion.[155] During his time at Juventus, he was deployed in a new position on occasion under manager Maurizio Sarri, and was fielded as an offensive-minded central midfielder, known as the mezzala role in Italian football jargon.[156] Despite his ability, however, he has often struggled with injuries throughout his career.[157]

During the 2013–14 Premier League season, Aaron Ramsey developed into one of Arsenal's most influential players.[158] Arsenal's manager Arsène Wenger has described Ramsey as a "complete midfielder", and stated: "I was a midfielder, and I would have loved to have had what he has. He can defend, he can attack, he can score goals. What more do you want?"[159] Ramsey was rewarded for his outstanding form during the 2013–14 season by being named Arsenal's Player of the Season.[160]

Long known for his technical ability, during the 2013–14 Premier League season, Ramsey also developed into a strong runner with the ball.[161] Wenger observed, "[Ramsey] is now brushing opponents off and running away from them with ease."[162] Former Arsenal midfielder Ray Parlour said that Ramsey could "become as influential as Steven Gerrard".[163]

In November 2013, Ramsey was ranked alongside Manchester City's Yaya Touré as the best central midfielder in the 2013–14 Premier League season. On 24 December 2013, Ramsey and Touré were reported to be the only two players in the Premier League to have completed more than 1,000 passes.[164]

Despite missing over three months of the 2013–14 Premier League, Ramsey was the Arsenal player who won the most tackles throughout the season.[165] He was also the team's second-top scorer for the season (16 goals),[166] and provided the second-highest number of assists for the season (8).[167]

In December 2015, former Liverpool captain Gerrard hailed Ramsey as "the best attacking midfielder in the Premier League".[168]

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Swansea City A.F.C.

Swansea City A.F.C.

Swansea City Association Football Club is a professional football club based in Swansea, Wales that plays in the Championship, the second tier of English football. Swansea have played their home matches at the Swansea.com Stadium since 2005, having previously played at the Vetch Field since the club was founded.

Maurizio Sarri

Maurizio Sarri

Maurizio Sarri is an Italian professional football manager who is the current manager of Serie A club Lazio.

2013–14 Premier League

2013–14 Premier League

The 2013–14 Premier League was the 22nd season of the Premier League, the top-flight English professional league for men's football clubs, and the 115th season of top-flight English football overall. The fixtures were announced on 19 June 2013. The season started on Saturday 17 August 2013, and concluded on Sunday 11 May 2014.

Arsène Wenger

Arsène Wenger

Arsène Charles Ernest Wenger is a French former football manager and player who is currently serving as FIFA's Chief of Global Football Development. He was the manager of Arsenal from 1996 to 2018, where he was the longest-serving and most successful in the club's history. His contribution to English football through changes to scouting, players' training, and diet regimens revitalised Arsenal and aided the globalisation of the sport in the 21st century.

Ray Parlour

Ray Parlour

Raymond Parlour is an English former professional footballer and sports radio pundit for BBC Radio 5 Live and Talksport.

Steven Gerrard

Steven Gerrard

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Manchester City F.C.

Manchester City F.C.

Manchester City Football Club are an English football club based in Manchester that competes in the Premier League, the top flight of English football. Founded in 1880 as St. Mark's , they became Ardwick Association Football Club in 1887 and Manchester City in 1894. The club's home ground is the Etihad Stadium in east Manchester, to which they moved in 2003, having played at Maine Road since 1923. Manchester City adopted their sky blue home shirts in 1894, in the first season with the current name. Over the course of its history, the club has won eight league titles, six FA Cups, eight League Cups, six FA Community Shields, and one European Cup Winners' Cup, making them the fifth most successful club in English football.

Yaya Touré

Yaya Touré

Gnégnéri Yaya Touré is an Ivorian professional football coach and former player who played as a midfielder, he is an academy coach for Premier League side Tottenham Hotspur.

Personal life

Ramsey married Colleen Rowlands at Caldicot Castle in Monmouthshire, Wales on 8 June 2014.[169] They have three children.[170][171]

Ramsey is a supporter of the World Wildlife Fund and has spoken of his "passion" for animals and their conservation.[172] In January 2014 Ramsey signed a modelling contract with Elite Model Management London.[173][174] Ramsey has been sponsored by Adidas.[175][176]

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Caldicot Castle

Caldicot Castle

Caldicot Castle is an extensive stone medieval castle in the town of Caldicot, Monmouthshire, in southeast Wales, built near the site of Harold Godwinson's former Saxon castle by the Norman earls of Hereford from about 1100. The castle became a Grade I listed building on 10 June 1953.

Monmouthshire

Monmouthshire

Monmouthshire is a county in the south-east of Wales. The name derives from the historic county of the same name; the modern county covers the eastern three-fifths of the historic county. The largest town is Abergavenny, with other towns and large villages being: Caldicot, Chepstow, Monmouth, Magor and Usk. It borders Torfaen, Newport and Blaenau Gwent to the west; Herefordshire and Gloucestershire to the east; and Powys to the north.

Elite Model Management

Elite Model Management

Elite Model Management (MM) refers to two independent chain modeling agencies that originated as one in Paris, France in 1972 with subsequent locations in New York, Los Angeles, Miami, London and Toronto. In 2004, the agencies in New York, Miami, Los Angeles and Toronto separated forming Elite Model Management North America. Elite MM is a subsidiary of Elite World S.A., which main shareholder Silvio Scaglia controls his stake through managing company Elite World Group (EWG) where Elite MM is one of brands along with The Society Management, Women Management, Supreme Management, and Elite Model Look and Women 360 (W360) added in 2019. Although Elite Model Management North America and Elite World Group share the logo, they have separate ownership and are not part of a business network.

Adidas

Adidas

Adidas AG is a German multinational corporation, founded and headquartered in Herzogenaurach, Bavaria, that designs and manufactures shoes, clothing and accessories. It is the largest sportswear manufacturer in Europe, and the second largest in the world, after Nike. It is the holding company for the Adidas Group, which consists 8.33% stake of the football club Bayern München, and Runtastic, an Austrian fitness technology company. Adidas's revenue for 2018 was listed at €21.915 billion.

Career statistics

Club

As of match played 11 November 2022
Appearances and goals by club, season and competition
Club Season League National Cup League Cup Europe Other Total
Division Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals
Cardiff City 2006–07[177] Championship 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0
2007–08[178] Championship 15 1 5 1 1 0 21 2
Total 16 1 5 1 1 0 22 2
Arsenal 2008–09[179] Premier League 9 0 4 0 3 0 6[a] 1 22 1
2009–10[180] Premier League 18 3 2 1 3 0 6[a] 0 29 4
2010–11[181] Premier League 7 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 8 1
2011–12[182] Premier League 34 2 3 0 0 0 7[a] 1 44 3
2012–13[183] Premier League 36 1 3 0 1 0 7[a] 1 47 2
2013–14[184] Premier League 23 10 2 1 1 0 8[a] 5 34 16
2014–15[185] Premier League 29 6 4 0 0 0 7[a] 3 1[b] 1 41 10
2015–16[186] Premier League 31 5 2 1 1 0 5[a] 0 1[b] 0 40 6
2016–17[187] Premier League 23 1 4 3 1 0 4[a] 0 32 4
2017–18[188] Premier League 24 7 0 0 2 0 6[c] 4 0 0 32 11
2018–19[189] Premier League 28 4 2 0 3 0 7[c] 2 40 6
Total 262 40 27 6 15 0 63 17 2 1 369 64
Nottingham Forest (loan) 2010–11[181] Championship 5 0 5 0
Cardiff City (loan) 2010–11[181] Championship 6 1 6 1
Juventus 2019–20[190] Serie A 24 3 4 0 6[a] 1 1[d] 0 35 4
2020–21[191] Serie A 22 2 1 0 7[a] 0 0 0 30 2
2021–22[192] Serie A 3 0 0 0 2[a] 0 0 0 5 0
Total 49 5 5 0 15 1 1 0 70 6
Rangers (loan) 2021–22[192] Scottish Premiership 7 2 3 0 3[c] 0 13 2
Nice 2022–23 Ligue 1 12 1 0 0 4[e] 0 16 1
Career total 357 50 40 7 16 0 85 18 3 1 501 76
  1. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k Appearance(s) in UEFA Champions League
  2. ^ a b Appearance in FA Community Shield
  3. ^ a b c Appearance(s) in UEFA Europa League
  4. ^ Appearance in Supercoppa Italiana
  5. ^ Appearance(s) in UEFA Europa Conference League

International

As of match played 25 November 2022[193]
Appearances and goals by national team and year
National team Year Apps Goals
Wales 2008 1 0
2009 10 2
2010 0 0
2011 9 3
2012 5 0
2013 5 3
2014 2 0
2015 6 2
2016 7 1
2017 7 2
2018 6 1
2019 2 2
2020 1 0
2021 10 4
2022 6 0
Total 77 20
Scores and results list Wales' goal tally first, score column indicates score after each Ramsey goal[193]
List of international goals scored by Aaron Ramsey for Wales
No. Date Venue Opponent Score Result Competition
1 14 October 2009 Rheinpark Stadion, Vaduz, Liechtenstein  Liechtenstein 2–0 2–0 2010 FIFA World Cup qualification
2 14 November 2009 Cardiff City Stadium, Cardiff, Wales  Scotland 3–0 3–0 Friendly
3 27 May 2011 Aviva Stadium, Dublin, Ireland  Northern Ireland 1–0 2–0 2011 Nations Cup
4 2 September 2011 Cardiff City Stadium, Cardiff, Wales  Montenegro 2–0 2–1 UEFA Euro 2012 qualifying
5 7 October 2011 Liberty Stadium, Swansea, Wales  Switzerland 1–0 2–0 UEFA Euro 2012 qualifying
6 22 March 2013 Hampden Park, Glasgow, Scotland  Scotland 1–1 2–1 2014 FIFA World Cup qualification
7 6 September 2013 Philip II Arena, Skopje, Macedonia  Macedonia 1–1 1–2 2014 FIFA World Cup qualification
8 15 October 2013 King Baudouin Stadium, Brussels, Belgium  Belgium 1–1 1–1 2014 FIFA World Cup qualification
9 28 March 2015 Sammy Ofer Stadium, Haifa, Israel  Israel 1–0 3–0 UEFA Euro 2016 qualifying
10 13 October 2015 Cardiff City Stadium, Cardiff, Wales  Andorra 1–0 2–0 UEFA Euro 2016 qualifying
11 20 June 2016 Stadium Municipal, Toulouse, France  Russia 1–0 3–0 UEFA Euro 2016
12 11 June 2017 Red Star Stadium, Belgrade, Serbia  Serbia 1–0 1–1 2018 FIFA World Cup qualification
13 5 September 2017 Zimbru Stadium, Chișinău, Moldova  Moldova 2–0 2–0 2018 FIFA World Cup qualification
14 6 September 2018 Cardiff City Stadium, Cardiff, Wales  Republic of Ireland 3–0 4–1 2018–19 UEFA Nations League B
15 19 November 2019 Cardiff City Stadium, Cardiff, Wales  Hungary 1–0 2–0 UEFA Euro 2020 qualifying
16 2–0
17 16 June 2021 Olympic Stadium, Baku, Azerbaijan  Turkey 1–0 2–0 UEFA Euro 2020
18 8 October 2021 Sinobo Stadium, Prague, Czech Republic  Czech Republic 1–0 2–2 2022 FIFA World Cup qualification
19 13 November 2021 Cardiff City Stadium, Cardiff, Wales  Belarus 1–0 5–1 2022 FIFA World Cup qualification
20 3-0

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2006–07 Cardiff City F.C. season

2006–07 Cardiff City F.C. season

During the 2006–07 season Cardiff City played in the Football League Championship. It was the team's fourth year in the Championship since being promoted from League One. The season also saw a change of chairman at the club when Sam Hammam handed over control to Peter Ridsdale.

2007–08 Cardiff City F.C. season

2007–08 Cardiff City F.C. season

During the 2007–08 season Cardiff City played in the Football League Championship. It was the team's fifth consecutive season in the second tier since being promoted from the third tier. The season was the first full year in charge for chairman Peter Ridsdale after taking over from Sam Hammam the previous year.

2008–09 Arsenal F.C. season

2008–09 Arsenal F.C. season

The 2008–09 season was Arsenal Football Club's 17th consecutive season in the Premier League. This season Arsenal participated in the Premier League, FA Cup, League Cup and the UEFA Champions League.

2009–10 Arsenal F.C. season

2009–10 Arsenal F.C. season

The 2009–10 season was the 115th in the history of Arsenal Football Club. It began on 1 July 2009 and concluded on 30 June 2010, with competitive matches played between August and May. The club ended the Premier League campaign in third position, 11 points behind champions Chelsea. In the domestic cup competitions, Arsenal were knocked out in the fourth round of the FA Cup to Stoke City and the fifth round of the League Cup against Manchester City. They failed to progress past the quarter-finals of the UEFA Champions League, losing to reigning champions Barcelona in a two-legged tie.

2010–11 Arsenal F.C. season

2010–11 Arsenal F.C. season

The 2010–11 season was Arsenal Football Club's 19th season in the Premier League. The team were within one point of league leaders Manchester United at the end of February, but a run of just one league win throughout the entire of March and April ended their challenge. Arsenal's attempts to win the Champions League were ended once again by Barcelona, being beaten 4–3 on aggregate at the round of 16 stage after defeating them 2–1 at home, whilst hopes of winning the FA Cup were ended in the sixth round following a 2–0 defeat to Manchester United. The team came closest to silverware in the League Cup, reaching the final, only to concede a Birmingham City winner in the 89th minute.

2011–12 Arsenal F.C. season

2011–12 Arsenal F.C. season

The 2011–12 season was Arsenal's 20th season in the Premier League, and also marked the club's 125th anniversary. In the Premier League, Arsenal struggled to recover from a poor start to the season. Though they did finish the season in the final qualification berth for the next season's UEFA Champions League. Arsenal's UEFA Champions League campaign once again proved unsuccessful, falling at the first hurdle in the knockout stage, with a 4–0 defeat at Milan ultimately proving fatal. Exiting the FA Cup at the fifth round stage at the hands of Sunderland, and the League Cup in the quarter-finals against Manchester City, the two domestic cups were also out of Arsenal's reach.

2012–13 Arsenal F.C. season

2012–13 Arsenal F.C. season

The 2012–13 season was Arsenal Football Club's 21st season in the Premier League and 94th consecutive season in the top flight of English football. Arsenal participated in the Premier League and the UEFA Champions League, after finishing third in the previous Premier League season. The League Cup however was out of their reach, and despite an entertaining cup run, which included 13 goals scored in two games, Arsenal lost to fourth-division Bradford City in the quarter-finals on penalties. In the FA Cup, Arsenal were knocked out by Championship side Blackburn Rovers in the fifth round. The Champions League also proved fruitless, as despite a valiant effort in Bavaria winning 2–0, they were ultimately knocked out on the away goals rule against Bayern Munich, thus extending their trophy drought for an eighth season. The highest scoring game in their season was the famous 7–5 win in the League Cup, where they came back from 4 goals down to beat Reading. Arsenal's highest scoring league win was the 7–3 win against Newcastle United in December; this was also their joint highest-scoring Premier League game of all time. This season, Arsenal finished fourth after having to close another large points gap between themselves and their North London rivals Tottenham Hotspur, who they beat 5-2 for the second season running.

2013–14 Arsenal F.C. season

2013–14 Arsenal F.C. season

The 2013–14 season was Arsenal Football Club's 22nd season in the Premier League and 95th consecutive season in the top flight of English football. Arsenal participated in the Premier League, FA Cup, League Cup and the UEFA Champions League, after finishing fourth in the previous Premier League season. Despite an opening day 1–3 league defeat at home to Aston Villa, which exacerbated underlying anger at the club's inactivity in the transfer market, Arsenal's league campaign got off to a strong start. Early pace-setters in the title race, Arsenal led the table for much of the season, spending more time on top of the league than any other side. However, a combination of injuries to key players and heavy defeats away from home against other title challengers saw the Gunners' title ambitions evaporate by late March. Nonetheless, Arsenal achieved success in the FA Cup with a dramatic 3–2 win over Hull City in the 2014 Final, ending a nine-year trophy drought.

2014–15 Arsenal F.C. season

2014–15 Arsenal F.C. season

The 2014–15 season was Arsenal's 23rd season in the Premier League and 96th consecutive season in the top flight of English football. This season Arsenal participated in the Premier League, FA Cup, League Cup, Community Shield and the UEFA Champions League. In the League an inconsistent first half of the season ended any realistic hopes for the title as Arsenal only won two out of their first eight games, with numerous injuries to important players. At one stage, Arsenal were as low as eighth heading into early December. In the second half of the season their form recovered massively, which included an eight-game winning run between February and April.

2015–16 Arsenal F.C. season

2015–16 Arsenal F.C. season

The 2015–16 season was Arsenal's 24th season in the Premier League and 97th consecutive season in the top flight of English football. The club entered the season as the FA Cup holders, and participated in the Premier League, FA Cup, League Cup, Community Shield and the UEFA Champions League. Arsenal were favourites to get their first league title since 2004, having been league-leaders towards the New Year, but a loss of form which included successive defeats to Manchester United and Swansea City saw them lose ground on eventual winners Leicester City, although they recovered to get 2nd, their highest finish in 11 years. Arsenal's attempt of winning a third consecutive FA Cup was unsuccessful, losing to Watford at the quarter-final stage, as well as exiting in the League Cup fourth round to Sheffield Wednesday. In Europe, Arsenal recovered from a poor start to qualify for the knockout-stages, but they were defeated in both legs against Barcelona. The season covers the period from 1 July 2015 to 30 June 2016.

2010–11 Nottingham Forest F.C. season

2010–11 Nottingham Forest F.C. season

The 2010–11 season was Nottingham Forest's third season in the Football League Championship, following promotion from League One in the 2007–08 season after spending three years in the third tier. Forest remained in this division after losing in the 2010 Football League play-offs. In addition to the Championship, Forest also entered the League Cup in the first round, where they were knocked out by Bradford City and the FA Cup in the third round, where they eventually were knocked out by West Ham United in the fourth round. In the league Forest once again made it the playoffs, losing to eventual winners Swansea City.

2010–11 Cardiff City F.C. season

2010–11 Cardiff City F.C. season

The 2010–11 season was Cardiff City F.C.'s 84th in the Football League since joining in 1920. The season has been nicknamed "I'll be there", which is to promoted celebrating 100 years as a club under its current name. They will play their eighth consecutive year in the second tier of English football, the Football League Championship, after being beaten by Blackpool in the play-off final last season. Malaysian businessman Datuk Chan Tien Ghee became the successor of Peter Ridsdale as Cardiff City chairman. The £6m deal was confirmed on 27 May 2010.

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Ramsey with the FA Cup trophy in 2014
Ramsey with the FA Cup trophy in 2014

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2007–08 FA Cup

2007–08 FA Cup

The 2007–08 FA Cup was the 127th season of the world's oldest football knockout competition, the FA Cup. A record 731 clubs' entries were accepted for the competition.

2013–14 FA Cup

2013–14 FA Cup

The 2013–14 FA Cup was the 133rd season of the FA Cup, the main domestic cup competition in English football, and the oldest football knock-out competition in the world. It was sponsored by Budweiser for a third consecutive season. 737 clubs from England and Wales entered the competition, which began with the Extra Preliminary Round on 16 August. For the first time in the history of the FA Cup, a team from Guernsey entered the competition, Guernsey F.C., who made it to the Second Round Qualifying.

2014–15 FA Cup

2014–15 FA Cup

The 2014–15 FA Cup, also called the 2014–15 FA Challenge Cup, was the 134th occurrence of the FA Cup, the main domestic cup in English football and the oldest knockout competition in the world. It was the first season when the BBC and BT Sport hosted televised matches, seven years after the BBC lost the rights to ITV. The 2014–15 season's Cup also marked the first time that 3G artificial pitches were allowed in all rounds of the competition, designed to lower costs for maintenance. After Queens Park Rangers, Luton Town, Oldham Athletic and Preston North End trialled artificial pitches in the 1980s, they were made illegal in 1995.

2016–17 FA Cup

2016–17 FA Cup

The 2016–17 FA Cup was the 136th edition of the oldest recognised football tournament in the world. It was sponsored by Emirates, and known as The Emirates FA Cup for sponsorship purposes. 736 clubs were accepted into the tournament, and it began with the Extra Preliminary Round on 6 August 2016, and concluded with the final on 27 May 2017. The winner qualified for the 2017–18 UEFA Europa League group stage.

2014 FA Community Shield

2014 FA Community Shield

The 2014 FA Community Shield was the 92nd FA Community Shield, an annual English football match played between the winners of the previous season's Premier League and FA Cup. The game was played between Arsenal, who beat Hull City in the final of the 2013–14 FA Cup, and Manchester City, champions of the 2013–14 Premier League. Watched by a crowd of 71,523 at Wembley Stadium in London, Arsenal won the match 3–0.

2015 FA Community Shield

2015 FA Community Shield

The 2015 FA Community Shield was the 93rd FA Community Shield, an annual English football match played between the winners of the previous season's Premier League and FA Cup. The match was contested by Arsenal, the 2014–15 FA Cup winners, and Chelsea, champions of the 2014–15 Premier League. It was held at Wembley Stadium on 2 August 2015. Watched by a crowd of 85,437 and a television audience of over a million, Arsenal won the match 1–0.

2017–18 EFL Cup

2017–18 EFL Cup

The 2017–18 EFL Cup was the 58th season of the EFL Cup. The competition was open to all 92 clubs participating in the Premier League and the English Football League. It was known as the Carabao Cup due to the start of a sponsorship deal with Carabao Energy Drinks after the tournament was unsponsored the previous year. The final took place at Wembley Stadium in London.

2018–19 UEFA Europa League

2018–19 UEFA Europa League

The 2018–19 UEFA Europa League was the 48th season of Europe's secondary club football tournament organised by UEFA, and the 10th season since it was renamed from the UEFA Cup to the UEFA Europa League.

2019–20 Serie A

2019–20 Serie A

The 2019–20 Serie A was the 118th season of top-tier Italian football, the 88th in a round-robin tournament, and the 10th since its organization under an own league committee, the Lega Serie A. Juventus were the eight-time defending champions and they successfully defended their title following a 2–0 win against Sampdoria on 26 July 2020.

2020–21 Coppa Italia

2020–21 Coppa Italia

The 2020–21 Coppa Italia was the 74th edition of the national cup in Italian football.

2019–20 Coppa Italia

2019–20 Coppa Italia

The 2019–20 Coppa Italia was the 73rd edition of the national cup in Italian football.

2020 Supercoppa Italiana

2020 Supercoppa Italiana

The 2020 Supercoppa Italiana was the 33rd edition of the Supercoppa Italiana, the Italian football super cup. It was played on 20 January 2021 for the first time at the Mapei Stadium – Città del Tricolore, Reggio Emilia, between Juventus, the winners of the 2019–20 Serie A championship, and Napoli, the winners of the 2019–20 Coppa Italia.

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