It has been yet another season disrupted by injury problems for the Arsenal and Wales international star Aaron Ramsey, with his latest problems meaning that he has only managed to start 20 of our34 Premier League games so far. And it is fair to say that for most of the year Ramsey has failed to hit the heights that saw him voted as last season’s best player by the Arsenal fans.
However, it now looks like the Welsh wizard is getting back to his best, highlighted by his goal and fantastic assist against Hull City on Monday night, even though he is currently being played out of position on the right. We have seen the boss do this before with Ramsey and Wilshere, usually as they are searching for form and fitness after a lay-off.
But with Ramsey now looking sharp, is it not about time for Wenger to put him back into that box to box role which is surely his best position. I know that Santi Cazorla has done really well in that deeper role but it is not the Spaniard’s best position either so we have two players out of position.
We are getting away with it very well at the minute but we have some crucial games coming up, especially Man United away and Aston Villa in the FA cup final, and we need Arsenal to be as good as possible. Does that mean playing Ramsey in the middle? And if so, would you put Cazorla on the flank, in the number 10 role or even drop him for Welbeck?