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Ramsey Suffers Horror Injury

Ramsey Suffers Horror Injury

As Arsenal compete for the Premier League title for the first time since the 2008 season in which Arsenal capitulated towards the run in, the catalyst for which was a 2-2 draw at St Andrews after the Gunners fell to pieces following the breaking of Eduardo's leg, Aaron Ramsey was unfortunate enough to get a taste of just what happened on that fateful day.

In a cruel twist of scarily similar fate, on a day where Arsenal look to close the gap on the leaders to just 3 points, Aaron Ramsey has suffered an horrific injury (the extent of which is not yet known) in the second half of a crucial game at the Brittania Stadium against Stoke.

Rambo when down under a reckless challenge from Ryan Shawcross, and the reaction from the players and the refusal of Sky Sports to replay the incident told us all we needed (or wanted) to know.

I'm 100% sure that Shawcross mistimed his challenge and that no malice was intended (indeed he was crying as he left the field) but maybe in light of Ramsey's injury it might make players think twice before throwing themselves into tackles without thinking about the consequences.....but then again, we said that after Eddie's injury.

At this time the game is still going on, but I find myself with little interest in watching it, I hope the players can pull themselves together and have a better attitude than me and go on to win the title for Rambo.

Get well soon Aaron.



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Writer:Rocky7
Date:Saturday February 27 2010
Time: 7:15PM

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Best wishes from all at Vital Chelsea, hope the lad makes a speedy recovery
merlin
27/02/2010 19:25:00
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We can win the league for Ramsey
ajwb
27/02/2010 19:27:00
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Horrible tackle. So sorry for the lad. I really hope he manages to make a full recovery.
MCFC_Goatboy
27/02/2010 19:29:00
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get well soon rambo.. u'll be back soon with a long career ahead with THE ARSENAL
McGooner
27/02/2010 19:29:00
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Ouch, I do not care if he is Arsenal ... I hope he recovers well and is back ASAP ... talent like him is needed in the PREM best wishes Ramsey
E17YID
27/02/2010 19:30:00
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3 broken legs in four years at away games for us? Maybe now people should start taking it seriously that other teams have been allowed to use rough house tactics against ud for too long. Get Well soon Rambo, I hope it's not as bad as everyone thinks it is.
Rocky7
27/02/2010 19:32:00
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Get well soon Ramsey. Hopefully not as bad as feared.
Zbam
27/02/2010 19:35:00
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We can win this for him.
gunnerkid107
27/02/2010 19:36:00
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Prayers & best wishes for Rambo. Hope he gets back to playing football sometime later this year.
Deltaforce
27/02/2010 19:36:00
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Poor lad, absolutely gutted for him, Cesc and Vermaelen looked utterly distraught and we all feared the worse for our psyche. Cesc is being interviewed now and saying about the lack of protection offered and 3 broken legs in 5 years is unacceptable. Proud of our fight and the ability to mentally push past this groundhog day bull***** from talent bereft clogging cunntts.
nikolaijns
27/02/2010 19:42:00
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