Rambo is the gift that keeps on giving, I honestly hope he gets some game time on the weekend so he can play his heart out for Wales, I have visited Wales before and can tell anyone to their face that the Welsh are a wonderful people.
Seriously anyone who has been to Wales agrees, the folk are priceless, but let’s get to the news at hand, whilst Australia is in the news Perth is off limits for Ramsey regardless of it being far closer to home.
The £400k per week man will have his feet up luckily as the Newco head for a banana skin up north, should they fail to take 3 points expect the VAR to dominate the headlines.
Regardless, BBC had this to report:
The 31-year-old Wales midfielder has played only 94 minutes and started once since joining on loan from Juventus.Ramsey will miss his fourth game in a row through injury as the Ibrox side face St Johnstone on Wednesday.
“But it’s football – you will almost never get an ideal scenario as a coach,” Van Bronckhorst said.Celtic boss confirms Australia friendlyHe added: “I don’t have a clear timeline.
Hopefully he can join the team very soon. “He is already working on the pitch again, so hopefully in the near future we can welcome him back in the squad.
“Van Bronckhorst said Scotland midfielder Ryan Jack and Sweden centre-half Filip Helander will be back for the weekend visit by Aberdeen and on-loan Manchester United winger Amad Diallo “sometime next week”.
Amid Ramsey’s absences, Rangers have been held to draws by Dundee United and Motherwell, whose point at Ibrox on Sunday left Van Bronckhorst’s side three adrift of Scottish Premiership leaders Celtic.
The Dutchman admitted he was “very disappointed” his side squandered a two-goal lead and revealed coach Roy Maakay was working hard with the forwards to ensure they take more of the chances they are creating when they visit Perth for a game in which they “have to have the three points”.