Chris Boyd turns against Rangers’ Aaron Ramsey deal after missing Europa penalty kick sparks stark verdict in Ibrox case

Chris Boyd turns against Rangers’ Aaron Ramsey deal after missing Europa penalty kick sparks stark verdict in Ibrox case

Depressed Chris Boyd He admitted that Aaron Ramsey failed at Rangers after the Europa League final.

The Ibrox favorite was among the notable fans of the Welshman’s deal when he signed on loan from Juventus in January.

Since his move from Serie A, Ramsey has struggled for fitness and playing time with the 31-year-old who has only managed nine games so far under Geo Van Bronckhorst.

A miserable time in Scotland ended in Seville as Ramsey missed a penalty shootout to give Eintracht Frankfurt the trophy.

The Rangers favorite, Boyd, admits that the iconic signing didn’t work out at all.

“It’s disappointing,” Boyd told Sky Sports Aaron Ramsey.

“He’s a talented footballer but that didn’t happen to him Notice You have to say.

Aaron Ramsey

When you stand there (on a penalty kick) there’s a lot of pressure on her, and you listen, he missed it but that happens in football.

“Aaron Ramsey is a great footballer, but there are better footballers in the world over the years who have missed a penalty. It can happen to anyone.

“It’s tough, but if you analyze that run Rangers have played in general, you can look at it and say that Rangers lost on penalties but they can be very proud of the trip they took.”

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