Stoke City boss Tony Pulis criticises Aaron Ramsey after the Arsenal midfielder's comments about the vacant Wales job.
Stoke City manager Tony Pulis has criticised Aaron Ramsey after the Arsenal midfielder's recent comments about the vacant Wales job.
Ramsey recently said that he was disappointed with the Football Association of Wales for not consulting the players over the late Gary Speed's replacement.
"I know Aaron's come out and had one or two things to say - that always worries me," said Pulis. "I think players are paid to play. His time in management will come further down the line."
Pulis has said that he would be happy to manage Wales for their upcoming match against Costa Rica which is being played as a tribute to Speed who was found hanged in his home in November.
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