Gael Clichy, a former Arsenal player, speculated that Aaron Ramsdale’s attitude towards the opposing fans behind his goal during games may have cost him a berth in the first squad at the organisation. Ramsdale has drawn notice for talking to opponents’ supporters, which has drawn acclaim and criticism from a variety of sources.
Ramsdale’s ability as a custodian is undeniable, yet he recently found himself serving as David Raya’s backup at Arsenal. Over the past few weeks, Raya has been the top option to enter the game.
Clichy suggests that Mikel Arteta, the manager of Arsenal, may not have been totally satisfied with Ramsdale’s behaviour or antics, which may have contributed to his diminished involvement in the first squad. Ramsdale now primarily plays in Carabao Cup matches.
As reported by The Sun, he stated:
“Ramsdale plays with his head held high and can excite the opposing team’s supporters.
“Those characteristics are fantastic because they demonstrate character, but if you cross the line, it can cause problems.
I think of this as Arteta reminding Ramsdale that Arsenal haven’t accomplished anything yet and putting him in his place.
And now he’ll urge Ramsdale to demonstrate his mettle in front of him.
In our view
Ramsdale is one of England’s best goalies, while Raya is also a capable keeper. There isn’t much of a difference between them, and Raya is in goal based only on the manager’s selection, which might change before the term is out.