By Russell Edge

23rd Apr, 2017 | 7:32pm

Arsenal 26-year-old makes honest admission after FA Cup win

By Russell Edge

Arsenal midfielder Aaron Ramsey has admitted that the players have let under-fire boss Arsene Wenger down this season.

The French manager, who has spent 21 years at helm of the North London club, has been criticised heavily this season by sections of the club’s own fans due to their disappointing display in both the Premier League and Champions League.

However, Sunday saw Wenger guide his side to a 2-1 win over Manchester City at Wembley and into the FA Cup final, where they will face fellow London side Chelsea.

Midfielder Aaron Ramsey, 26, played the full game for the Gunners in his seventh appearance at Wembley, where he is yet to taste defeat.

Speaking after the game, he admitted to BBC Radio 5 Live’s Juliette Ferrington that the players had let Arsene Wenger down during the course of the season and asserted that his side would try win the FA Cup for their manager.

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Arsenal have struggled to keep pace with the top four this season and find themselves down in seventh position, 18 points behind leaders Chelsea and seven points off fourth placed Manchester City.

However, Welsh midfielder Ramsey told Ferrington on BBC Radio 5 Live that every game was a cup final to the Gunners now, and that his side would be fighting until in order to regain a top-four spot.

The Gunners next fixtures sees them play host to reigning Premier League champions Leicester City on Wednesday.

In other Arsenal news, the club received the backing of an unlikely Premier League legend in their match against Manchester City.

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