Arsenal's Ramsey Says It's Easier To Play For Wales Than The Gunners

Written by Ellis Ian Fields

Friday, 7 October 2011

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Wales play in red, too.

Young Welsh skipper Aaron Ramsey reckons he finds it easier to play for his country than the misfiring Gunners.

The 20-year-old midfielder has become a regular for the north Londoners again after recovering from a badly broken leg.

But as the Welsh side prepared for their Euro 2012 qualifier against Switzerland, he admitted that Arsenal's current 15th place in the Premier League after losing to rivals Spurs was "not acceptable."

"The problem is, see, it's easier to play for Wales than for Arsenal, isn't it, bach," he said through his personal interpreter.

"Look you, everyone over at the Emirates speaks one of those funny languages - French, is what they're calling it, boyo. Well I don't understand them and they certainly don't understand God's own tongue.

"I imagine we'll get by somehow, look you, but at the moment it's like bloody Babel out there. Isn't it? Boyo."

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