[VIDEO] Ramsey Scores First Goal Since Arsenal Leg Break
On loan Arsenal midfielder Aaron Ramsey scored his first goal since his double leg break for Cardiff on Tuesday night, and now feels he is getting back to his best. He was playing his sixth game for Cardiff against Leicester City as his one month loan to the Welsh club comes to an end in the latter stages of February. Ramsey said:
“I wanted to get a goal before I go back and I was glad it came at home
“I feel I’m getting there. That is what these games are for, to get me back in the swing of things and I feel that is coming and I’m getting better and stronger with each game.”
Dave Jones, the Cardiff manager is apparently going to ask Arsene Wenger if Ramsey can stay at Cardiff for longer than the agreed loan period, and he is confident that the Arsenal midfielder is over the horrific injury that left him on the sideline for what seemed like ages:
“He is over the injury. What he needs is games and you probably saw in the last 15 minutes is he is not at that top level yet.
“For us it is good enough but for the next level he is probably just a few games still short.”
Ramsey required surgery to fix fractures to both his tibia and fibula in his right leg following a challenge from Stoke defender Ryan Shawcross. That happened almost exactly a year ago, on the 27th February 2010, and last night, on the 23rd February 2011, Arsenal beat Stoke City 1-0 at the Emirates with Shawcross getting a frosty reception, as many Arsenal fans refuse to forgive the high, leg breaking challenge that led to Ramsey’s career hitting rock bottom.
Arsenal fans will however be delighted that their starlet is well on his way and back on track to breaking into the Arsenal first team again, and in the future helping them to some trophies. It is always great to see injured players come back and be successful, and I wish Ramsey all the best.
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