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Pearce: Games exit a learning experience

Great Britain coach Stuart Pearce believes his players are stronger for their Olympic experience despite seeing them suffer penalty shoot-out he...

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GB men's football team lose on penalties

Great Britain's men's football team are out of the Olympics after they were beaten 5-4 on penalties by South Korea after their quarter-final end...

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Sturridge sends Team GB into last eight

Great Britain's men followed the women into the Olympic quarter-finals as Daniel Sturridge's goal secured a 1-0 win over Uruguay at the Millenni...

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Team GB see off UAE challenge

Scott Sinclair and Daniel Sturridge gave watching England manager Roy Hodgson a nudge as Great Britain's 3-1 win over the United Arab Emirates -...

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Ramsey pushing himself to be the best

Aaron Ramsey is convinced there is much more to come from him despite a dazzling start to his fledgling football career.

The Arsenal midf...

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Medal Record

London 2012
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Biography

Aaron Ramsey joined Cardiff as a schoolboy and made 16 appearances for the first team, following his debut in April 2007 when he became the youngest player to ever feature for the Bluebirds.

In 2008 Ramsey became the second youngest player to appear in an FA Cup final, aged 17, and that summer he signed for Arsenal for £5m.

In March 2011, he became Wales’ youngest-ever captain, aged 20 years and 90 days, while he already has 21 international senior caps and has scored five goals.