A recent run of good form has had the Arsenal fans in the Transfer Tavern in lighter spirits of late.
With Arsene Wenger have stumbled across what looks to be a settled starting lineup, the Gunners propping up the bar have been talking up their title chances.
Such is the nature of their strength and depth in attacking areas, many of the Emirates faithful haven’t even thought about Aaron Ramsey.
Despite his wonderful summer for Wales at Euro 2016, the 25-year-old picked up a hamstring in the opening day loss to Liverpool, missing every game since.
Now, as reported by the Daily Mirror, the club have been criticised for their treatment of the crocked midfielder.
Wales chief Chris Coleman will be without one of his major players for their World Cup qualifying Group D games with Austria and Georgia.
Though teammates Olivier Giroud and Mesut Ozil also got to the latter stages of this summer’s showpiece in France, the pair were rested for the opening game of the season.
As a result, Coleman has questioned the club’s treatment of Ramsey.
“I had an indication that he would only be out for three weeks when he initially did it. That was six weeks ago”, said the 46-year-old.
”So I don’t know now.
“I have had more information from Sean, our head physio, who is liaising with Arsenal, that he has broken down in training.
“We have not yet been given a date on when he will definitely be back. I can’t be sure. I was sure in the last camp I would have him for this camp.
“It is frustrating. It is preventable.”
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