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5 reasons Arsenal lost to Bayern

By Nick Webster




Arsenal's Welsh midfielder Aaron Ramsey (L) challenges Bayern Munich's German midfielder Toni Kroos (R) during the UEFA Champions League round of 16 football match between Arsenal and Bayern Munich at the Emirates Stadium in north London on February 19, 2013
Arsenal's Welsh midfielder Aaron Ramsey (L) challenges Bayern Munich's German midfielder Toni Kroos (R) during the UEFA Champions League round of 16 football match between Arsenal and Bayern Munich at the Emirates Stadium in north London on February 19, 2013

Aaron Ramsey is a work in constant progress however every Arsenal critic I've spoken to has been saying the same thing for the last three years. It's time to write him off, he's not good enough to justify the starting role Arsene Wenger has given. 

Supposedly Arsenal are a passing team that loves to keep the ball. Someone other than Wenger who obviously has some kind of crush on Ramsey can see that the Welshman has the inability to pass the ball to a player wearing the same coloured shirt he is. I have never seen a top class player give the ball away as much and its killing the momentum of the team.

Ramsey needs to go back on loan somewhere preferable as for away from London as possible, learn the importance of possession and then sign for the next team Wenger is managing.