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Rambo Part II

Rambo Part II

A rather short but pleasant article recently appeared on Arsenal.com regarding the rehabilitation of young Welshman, Aaron Ramsey.

The details of how Ramsey suffered his broken leg can be left where they are, the debate is often as ugly as the tackle, with neither the Arsenal fans nor the Shawcross apologists willing to give up any ground, the discussion often go round in circles with no real meaningful conclusions.

Nay, the recovery of Rambo is now what's important, and as young Aaron looks to start his Arsenal career for the second time, an important milestone lay just around the corner as the Arsenal manager confirmed that Ramsey will return to full training next Friday .... though the gaffer will be reluctant to give him any real game time until he's had a month with the reserves.

'Aaron should be in full training next Friday," said Wenger.

"But then you have to give him at least one month competition with the reserve team."

It's so very pleasing to see the pictures of Ramsey working hard as he prepares himself to return to his team mates, and he more than most knows how quickly things can take a turn for the worse in football, so now is the time to sit back and enjoy what's turning out to be a great season, because as it stands, it's a great time to be a Gooner.



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Writer:Rocky7
Date:Monday November 1 2010
Time: 9:54AM

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Glad to hear he is on the road to recovery. The depth in our squad should mean there is absolutely no need to rush Aaron back before his body is ready. Only his youthful eagerness would stand in the way of that. He is such an excellent young player and was quickly becoming an important part of our first team squad, until the neanderthal, mouth breather at Stoke put a swift and brutal end to that. Some of those Stoke muppets and apologists are still blaming Ramsey for his part in the tackle, the mind boggles.
LondonGooner
01/11/2010 10:40:00
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Good news for Ramsey but even without tackles bad things can happen check this out: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dthTvBOkDNc&feature=related hope you've got a strong stomach!!!
daveeeeed ginola
01/11/2010 10:55:00
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good for the player...hope he does not go the way eduardo did mentally.......easy for us to say this and that when players get serious injuries but we need to remember they are only human and we dont want the same for ourselves....good luck to him
rovinella62spurs
01/11/2010 13:36:00
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Well said that man.
LondonGooner
01/11/2010 16:16:00
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LOL...Rocky your last sentence mirrors my last sentence in the post I just left on Wilshere's new deal! Things seem to be coming together, the club is starting to look very healthy on AND off the field....we just need the icing on the cake.
gunnerman76
01/11/2010 18:32:00
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rovinella- If Ramsey was a striker I would agree with you. I think its hard enough for a striker to build his confidence back in front of goal when they haven't put the ball in the back of the net for a while, let alone coming back from a major break! As Ramsey wont have that pressure of being expected to put the ball in the back of the net every game, I think he will be able to find his feet on his own terms.
gunnerman76
01/11/2010 18:39:00
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Got to say I agree with you there, gunnerman76. A midfielder will not have the special kind of pressure reserved for strikers and so, Ramsey will take his time. As it stands, the team doesn't need to rush injured players (Cesc being an apparent exception) back which gives Rambo ample time to get into his stride before making his return. Better times ahead!
Naijagunner
01/11/2010 21:08:00
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gunnerman ,understood but what would be in your mind whenever you see one of those crazy tacklers coming at you after these injuries....regardless of where you play...it has to play on the mind
rovinella62spurs
01/11/2010 22:28:00
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rovinella- Of course he will be a target...and I'm sure he is WELL aware of that. Eduardo lost the confidence to put the ball in the back of the net, I don't think it was any more then that, but that's just my opinion....I don't remember him particularly shying away from challenges over the park when he came back. Time will tell I guess. But as a football supporter first and foremost, regardless of who I support I hope the young lad makes a full and speedy recovery......as well as tearing the spuds midfield apart for a fair few seasons yet ;)
gunnerman76
01/11/2010 22:57:00
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