aaron ramsey

gunnersaurus for player of the month

Fans to Be Given Twitter Vote on Premier League Manager and Player of the Month

In other words, it’s probably going to be one of Mesut Ozil, Aaron Ramsey and Gunnersaurus from now until May.
UK Sports Staff
9.2.16
wales' heroics come to an end

Scenes of Pride and Devastation: Photographing London's Welsh Fans

Ahead of the biggest game in the history of Welsh football, we went to photograph Wales fans in London. The result was gutting, but the reaction one of complete acclaim.
Will Magee
7.7.16
Football

The Collective or the Individual? Previewing Wales vs. Belgium

Belgium have the better players but Wales look to have the more coherent structure. Marc Wilmots' side are clear favourites, but Euro 2016 has been a tournament in which the team has tended to overcome the individual.
Jonathan Wilson
6.30.16
wales against the gawa

Home Nations Square Up in Paris: Previewing Wales vs. Northern Ireland

​Ahead of Euro 2016, both Wales and Northern Ireland would probably have seen qualification for the knockout rounds as a good showing. Now, however, one of them is going to top that and reach the last eight.
Jim Weeks
6.24.16
england

Euro 2016 Preview: Group B – The Group of Very British Problems

The second of our Euro 2016 previews covers Group B. England and Wales will battle it out for British supremacy, while Slovakia and Russia look to beat them to the knockout rounds.
UK Sports Staff
6.6.16
premier league

Arsenal's Aaron Ramsey Flicks in a Cheeky Goal in Thrilling North London Derby

It was like a gentle whisper of the heel, as if to say, "go in, little fella."
Liam Daniel Pierce
3.6.16
Football

The Premier League Awards: Caulker, Ramsey & Shelvey

This week's Premier League stories come from converted striker Steven Caulker, the mysteriously loathed Aaron Ramsey and the spiteful brilliance of Jonjo Shelvey.
Raj Bains
1.18.16
Football

From Tirana to Zenica: The Resurrection of Welsh Football

20 years ago the Welsh national football side was descending into chaos. Now, they're headed to their first major tournament in more than half a century.
Jim Weeks
10.12.15