A day after the Wales manager Chris Coleman relieved Aaron Ramsey of the team’s leadership, the midfielder’s club manager, Arsene Wenger has been speaking of the development.
The Frenchman feels Coleman’s decision will do more good than harm to the youngster’s career as it means lesser responsibility and more freedom while playing.
The Welsh midfielder was elevated to the captaincy of his nation by former manager, the late Gary Speed while at the age of 20 which Wenger admits was a little too early and feels Ramsey will now focus more on his game.
-It can help him play with more freedom. He's at an age where you have to focus first on your game, and later on in your career on some other things.
-At the moment, maybe it's a bit less responsibility for him and will help him play with a bit more freedom and add something to his game. I felt he was a bit young when he was given the armband, Wenger told sportinglife.com.
Ramsey was replaced by 28 year old Swansea defender Ashley Williams as the Wales captain.