Tuesday, 10th June, 2014


Aaron Ramsey has revealed that he has dreams of playing in the World Cup for Wales and believes that the current crop of players have it in them to be on the biggest stage of them all.

Wales have failed to qualify for World Cup since the 1958 edition in Sweden but the Arsenal midfielder is hoping to be on that stage sometime in the near future.

“That's one of my targets and one that hopefully we will manage to achieve”, Ramsey told Arsenal Player.

The 23-year-old midfielder believes that the current crop of Welsh internationals have it in them to qualify for the next European Championship in 2016 and then hopefully they can have a crack at World Cup qualification.


“We're a team that is developing and we have a good opportunity to qualify for the next Euros.”

“We'll hopefully do that and then our next target will be to qualify for the World Cup.”

Jimmy Murphy, the assistant manager to Sir Matt Busby at Manchester United, remains the only manager to guide Wales into the World Cup in 1958.

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