I don't know what it is with the Arsenal medical staff, but the Gunners seem to lose more top players to injuries every season than anyone else in Europe,. And barely six weeks into a new season another injury crisis is hitting Arsenal.
On Monday ESPMN reported that midfielder Aaron Ramsey is likely to be out "for about a month" with the hamstring injury he picked up against Tottenham at the weekend.
Arsene Wenger confirms Arsenal duo will miss Galatasaray and Chelsea clash - originally posted on Soccerlens.com
Arsenal failed to win the last fixture against their arch-rivals Tottenham Hotspur as the Premier League fixture between the two clubs during the North London derby ended in a 1-1 draw at the Emirates on Saturday.
Saturday's match between Arsenal and Aston Villa at Villa Park is a matchup of two out of the three undefeated clubs in the Barclays Premier League (the other is of course league-leading Chelsea). While the two clubs both have yet to lose in league play so far this season, they have done so in different ways.
Well, the fans have giving the team a good kicking this week, we can only hope they pass it on to Aston Villa this afternoon.
We are always unlucky about meeting a team as they are in good from and today is no exception. Given last season's miserable performances it was more likely that Lambert would be sacked rather than make his young team into the formidable opponents they will be post kick-off.
A 2-2 draw with City, Pellegrini making excuses for his team, Arsenal conceding stupid goals but scoring some great ones. Football came back after a fortnight and it was as enjoyable a game as could be hoped for, even though the result wasn't.
It was a tough match at the Emirates yesterday :)
But Arsenal showed that they are tough too, albeit prone to moments of weakness.
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Finally we get back to Premier League action this weekend, and Arsenal and Wales star Aaron Ramsey is an doubt for Saturday's blockbuster match between Arsenal and Manchester City after picking up an ankle injury on international duty.
Ramsey appeared to twist his ankle late in the game against Andorra, which Wales won 2-1 and was substituted before the final whistle.
How Ramsey has fared this season, so far? by SE An Overview Aaron Ramsey's rise to prominence in Arsenal colours has been slow, and yet a progressive one. And, it's fair to say that last season the Welshman had everything going for him. As a midfielder, he was driving forward; scoring goals at will and, [.
Everton 2-2 Arsenal Game in 10 Tweets is a post from: Just Football
by Sarah McLean
Arsenal left it late to claw back a point from Saturday's Premier League clash against Everton in a 2-2 draw at Goodison Park. A 90th minute equaliser from Olivier Giroud was the defining moment of an improved second half performance, adding to Aaron Ramsey's goal which came with seven minutes remaining
Everton had taken the lead early in the first half when Mesut Ozil was caught napping by defender Seamus Coleman who nodded into the roof of the net after finding himself completely unmarked.
This Premier League fixture will be the first game of the season where two top five teams face each other. It's fifth against fourth when the Gunners travel to Goodison Park to take on Everton in their second league game of the season.
Neither side produced what they're capable of on the opening day, Arsenal escaping with a 2-1 victory against Crystal Palace thanks to a late Aaron Ramsey goal and the Toffees drawing 2-2 away to new boys Leicester City.
The game yesterday. Frustrating, but not too bad I thought. It was an entertaining enough game. They had at least two glorious chances to win it, but I thought we could have won it as well, despite playing like numpties on ice.
Giroud will undoubtedly get a lot of stick today (when does he not?
Aaron Rambo by Big Gun Aaron Ramsey is untouchable right now. At the moment, our Welsh wizard can do nothing wrong and his 2013/2014 season at Arsenal has proven MANY people wrong, including myself. I will never forget the horrific tackle and injury he had to endure back in 2010. It was one of those [.
Possible Arsenal Starting Lineup Against Besiktas - originally posted on Soccerlens.com
Arsenal might not have established themselves as a genuine powerhouse in the continent, they are certainly being the most consistent club in Europe.
They hold anunrivalled record of Champions League qualification that will stretch to 17 consecutive years, should they see of Besiktas at theAtaturk Olympic Stadium in the first leg of their crucialChampions Leagueplay-off clash on Tuesday night.
The Welshman Aaron Ramsey has been giving so many interviews lately I was beginning to think he had been named the Arsenal captain! But as he has scored in both our serious games so far this season he can say what he likes as far as I'm concerned. This particular nugget has him saying that [...]
Some may query my headline but that is exactly what Aaron did.
I have already read countless opinions dissecting every detail of the game from time wasting by Palace, and parking not one but two buses in two banks of four, poor refereeing, first win by us in five years, only home win of the day, but most importantly we gained the three points.
As this is a time in which we insist on gleaning the maximum from the smallest amount of available information (guilty as charged, your honour), there are some conclusions we can draw from yesterday's training pics.
Mesut Ozil appears to be all right. He was pictured lurking in the background, looking suspicious but definitely not like somebody whose ankle was falling off.
The requirement today, obviously, is three Premier League points and a showing much more like the one against Man City than Dortmund.
I suspect it might need some tinkering with the team, but the man over whom the largest question marks remain got the full backing of the manager yesterday. Mesut Ozil's form has been in the spotlight over the last week or two and it came into sharp focus after a limp display in Dortmund (although he was hardly alone in that).
An away day before the Interlull as we prepare ourselves for Leicester City today.
It was, some time ago, a mainstay of the Premier League season. Managed by Martin O'Neill they were always a tricky side to face. Who can forget the threat of Muzzy Izzet? Anyway, this time around they're newly promoted and as such I don't know a great deal about them.
Mixed news on the injury front to begin this morning. There's a chance Jack Wilshere might be available for Sunday's trip to Chelsea although he's a doubt for tomorrow night's Champions League clash, while Mikel Arteta's calf strain seems to be the bog standard three week job.
However, the Aaron Ramsey hamstring seems a bit more than routine.
Having been unable to watch the game live, I came home, saw the score, read the live blog, and wasn't particularly inclined to download and sit through a 0-0 draw, so you'll have to find in-depth analysis somewhere else this morning, I'm afraid.
On the face of it, a 0-0 draw isn't that bad, but obviously an away goal would have been nice.