Arsenal boss Wenger criticised Wales for playing Ramsey in last month’s Euro 2016 game against Andorra after they had already qualified for next summer’s finals in France.
Ramsey suffered a hamstring injury while playing for Arsenal against Bayern Munich in the Champions League the following week and is not expected to return to action until after the November international break.
Coleman hit back at Wenger by saying Wales had received no correspondence from Arsenal that they were concerned by Ramsey’s fitness, as had been the case with England and Theo Walcott.
“If he has got a problem with my selection of one of his players then pick the phone up and tell me,” Coleman said as he announced his squad for the Nov. 13 friendly with Netherlands.
“Our jobs are hard enough as managers without having a little chip at each other, especially a cheap shot like that.
“We didn’t have a phone call from the Arsenal manager or any correspondence from their medical team, and that is a
green light for us to play the player.
“We had that correspondence from Real Madrid over Gareth Bale, and I saw that Wenger spoke to Roy Hodgson to warn him about Theo Walcott.
“Why didn’t he call me up? Just a five-minute phone call to say: ‘Be careful’ and that’s exactly what I would have done. But I never got that phone call. Nothing.”
Ramsey played all of Arsenal’s game against Watford and scored in a 3-0 win but lasted less than an hour of the 2-0 win over Bayern the following Tuesday.
“We sent Aaron back fit because he played against Watford for 90 minutes,” Coleman said.
“Then on Tuesday he pulls up after an hour, so how we get to the assumption that was our responsibility after a game-and-a-half I have no idea.
“It is not in our interest to gamble with players and we never do it, so don’t point the finger at us pharmaciegenerique.fr.”