Check Out “Ramsey told talkSPORT he always wanted to return to Cardiff City before retiring.” After the expiration of his contract with Nice earlier this summer, the Welsh midfielder decided to return to his hometown team and sign a free transfer with them.

Before the start of the new season in the Championship, the star player for the Bluebirds remarked in an interview with Hawksbee and Jacobs: “For me to come back now, I think it was a lot of factors, but obviously the family was one of the big ones.”

There was no better time for me to do that really, where I still feel like I can perform, deliver strong performances, and other things like that. “I always wanted to come back to Cardiff one day, and there was no better moment for me to accomplish that.

“And to try and help Cardiff now to get back to where they were… nobody here wants to have a season like they did last year,” the announcer said. “And to try and help Cardiff get back to where they were.”

Therefore, I believe that I am still physically capable of trying to be of assistance to my comrades in whatever way I can.

Ramsey Told talkSPORT He Always Wanted To Return To Cardiff City Before Retiring
Ramsey Told talkSPORT He Always Wanted To Return To Cardiff City Before Retiring

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Aaron Ramsey praised Mikel Arteta, his former Arsenal colleague and current manager, for getting the Gunners back to the top of the Premier League.

“They had an unbelievable season last year,” the former Arsenal star told H&J on talkSPORT.

“To see them take City that far and get Champions League football back at the Emirates again is massive for them and it’s been quite a difficult period for the fans and things like that, so for them to have Tuesdays and Wednesdays back at the Emirates will be fantastic.

With the summer recruits, hopefully they can take City one step farther.

“It’s going to be tough, of course, you’re up against one of the best Premier League teams ever.

But Mikel Arteta and the crew have done a tremendous job in getting Arsenal competing again.”


With his unveiling video at the new club Al-Ittihad, Fabinho appeared to have ridiculed the British media.

Last night, it was announced that Liverpool had agreed to a £40 million fee for the Brazilian, who would now represent Saudi Arabia.

After some tense talks, the sale was finally confirmed. According to numerous accounts, the delay was caused by Fabinho’s two French Bulldogs, which the Saudi government forbids.

However, it turns out that was all bogus news, as Fabinho made light of the rumors while posing… with a tiger.

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