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Some Arsenal Fans Reckon Aaron Ramsey Wouldn’t Get Into Lincoln’s Starting XI

Some Arsenal Fans Reckon Aaron Ramsey Wouldn’t Get Into Lincoln’s Starting XI

Aaron Ramsey was restored to the Arsenal starting line-up for the FA Cup tie with Lincoln City this afternoon – but it wasn’t long before the club’s supporters were absolutely hammering his performance.

The former Cardiff midfielder has struggled for fitness and form this season after a tough summer representing Wales at the European Championships, but it looks like he’s finally put his injury problems behind him, for the time being at least.

You’d think a run-out against a non-league side like Lincoln would be exactly what Ramsey needed, but he struggled to find any sort of inspiration when on the ball – ans supporters were soon on his back:

He was once Arsenal’s talisman, and a darling to the Gunners’ crowd, but is Ramsey’s time in north London perhaps coming to a close?

Judging by this reaction, surely he needs to be seriously considering his options? What do you make of the reaction?

Let us know in the comments section below…

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