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Aaron Ramsey Is on the Cusp of Captaincy

Aaron Ramsey is to be named the captain of Wales. The former Arsenal star has long been considered a leader in the Welsh national team and is poised to lead his country to the biggest stage at Euro. He has already made a name for himself by leading his club side to two FA Cup titles, but now he will be taking on a whole new role with the national team. Ramsey's career has been quite impressive so far, as he has scored 56 goals in 160 matches for Arsenal and Wales combined.

He is also known for his leadership skills and strong presence on the pitch which makes him an ideal candidate for this new position. As a result, the star has been called up to the senior squad for the first time by the coach this month, who has now named him as skipper for their upcoming friendly against Denmark. Ramsey will lead out his country for the first time, having previously captained Arsenal's Under-21s and Wales' U20s sides.

The news comes just days after the coach revealed that Ramsey would be joining up with the senior squad ahead of their qualifier on Thursday evening. We're going to keep this world-class football player for as long as we can." Last night, Ramsey made this Instagram post: It means a lot to me to be chosen to lead Wales.
My family and I are so proud of this day. I'm very excited about the prospects for the future and can't wait for the new campaign to begin." Moreover, with recent performances in the world cup earning praise from pundits all over the world, all eyes will be on Ramsey in the upcoming matches. More can be expected under his captaincy for the Welsh team.