Some footballers are attached to their social media profiles, whether they're posing with fans or showing off the latest freebies they've received, some are apparently always online.
Arsenal midfielder Aaron Ramsey isn't one of these players. Though he has an Instagram account, his presence isn't one of the most noticeable of those out there.
But he is now capable of showing his funny side now, too, as well as proving that he keeps an eye on at least one Arsenal fan account on Instagram.
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A fan account that goes under the name of arsenal_faithful, posted a mocked up picture of the Gunners side they would select for this weekend's Premier League clash with West Bromwich Albion.
It's a strong squad that's laid out as such: Cech, Bellerin, Mustafi, Koscielny, Monreal, Walcott, Ox, Xhaka, Sanchez, Ozil and Danny Welbeck up front.
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Ramsey came in for some serious criticism from the stands during his comeback in the FA Cup clash with Lincoln recently. Having returned from injury, many thought the game would be ideal for the midfielder to regain some form and fitness following his lay off.
However, some fans felt he wasn't quite up to speed despite getting himself on the scoresheet late on and singled him out.
And it seems some still haven't forgiven him for his performance with this one user deciding to leave him out of the starting XI vs the Baggies.
We're not quite sure how Ramsey found the image. Whether he follows the account or spent some time searching out potential line ups, but once he found it he just couldn't help but let one commenter know that he'd seen what was being said.
Responding to being left out, one user said: "Probably our best XI," and adding a thumbs up emoji.
Fair play to him, that is some extraordinary snide shade being thrown, he's given the owner of that account a story to dine off at the pub this weekend.
There has been talk of Ramsey moving on from Arsenal in recent weeks following yet another injury. With Arsene Wenger's training methods apparently being one of the reasons he picks up so many knocks, a move could be good for the sake of his career.
But with Wenger's own future still up in the air, he may be just as well off staying put and seeing what happens over the summer.
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