Post-Wenger era at Arsenal gives the semi-explored player the chance to become the complete midfielder under Emery
How can I begin anything new with all of yesterday inside me, a wise man once wrote: not talking about Arsenal in the post-Wenger days but still kind of talking about Arsenal in the post-Wenger days.
Most likely it won’t hit home until the first Premier League match at the Emirates next week, one of those August days when the grass is a wild lime green, when results and goals pass in a sun-drunk daze and football feels like a dance or a lark or a bit of fun. At which point there might be the first pang.
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Ramsey remains a puzzle aged 27, a player who runs more than anyone else but at times can still seem oddly static
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