Wishere and Ramsey: The Future Of Arsenal

By on March 28, 2011

After watching the England vs Wales match there is no doubt that both Wilshere and Ramsey will be great for Arsenal in the near future. While the match was a bore especially in the first half where England just steam-rolled their way past a very listless and nervous Welsh side. It was not any better in the second half but at least Wales did try to make a match out of it.

I only watched the match because I wanted to see how Wilshere and Ramsey performed basically against each other. Of course, Jack was brilliant and his potetial is practically boundless. I am sure from this match forward he will be a first team regular in Capello’s side.

It is amazing how he has just seamless moved into the English first team this season. I think Capello will have a hard time to decide if he is going to drop Lampard or Gerrard in the next match because there is no dislodging young Jack.

As for Ramsey, I still think he is not back to his full potential yet, although he played quite well in the second half. You could see that he tried to do his best to galvanise the squad but there were glimpses of rustiness in his play. His first touch was poor at times and he faded towards the end of the match as his stamina gave way.

As I see it, both Wilshere and Ramsey will carry Arsenal’s fortunes moving forward. Forget about the Diaby’s and Denilson’s, we have two British players who are miles ahead of the rest. When Frimpong comes back, I am sure we will have a midfield trio that will dominated the Premiership midfield battles for years to come. Don’t forget, Jack and Frimpong are only 19 and Ramsey only 20.

In the midst of all the gloom and doom of Arsenal’s form going into the international break, let’s share in the dream of this exciting trio conquering everything that is in front of them.

Submitted by The Arsenal Kid

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10 Comments

  1. Dave Seager

    March 28, 2011 at 10:44 am

    Totally agree but would add Lansbury and JET to the exciting future squad.

  2. Saleem Lone

    March 28, 2011 at 1:25 pm

    At last someone who isn’t talking about signing this player n that player. Frimpong is amazing. I saw him run the show in the Emirates Cup and was hugely disappointed when he was ruled out for the season.

    I highly rate Ramsay and it was such a shame he got injured because he was playing his best football. I think the different between Ramsay and Eduardo is that it hasn’t seemed to have effected Ramsay mentally as much as Eduardo.

    We also have JET and Lansbury who I think have a bright future. (Also getting minutes under their belt). Unfortunately I don’t see Carlos Vela’s future at Arsenal. Such a shame after an amazing performance against Sheffield United and scoring his first hat-trick for the club.

    And ending this with a positive, I think we WILL win the league this season. Come on ARSENAL!!

  3. samuel

    March 28, 2011 at 1:41 pm

    But Arsenal needs more than a young Welshman and Englishman to compete for trophies don,t kid
    yourself (excuse the pun )?

  4. Charlie

    March 28, 2011 at 3:01 pm

    It’s a squad game remember. The main benefit for me is that when these kids have Arsenal DNA, to coin an unfortunate phrase, they will play their heart out for the club whether or not they are first choice. Consistency is born of such circumstances and trophies are won that way. There’s no doubting that the first XI is good for another 10 years (except maybe Rvp and Sagna who’ll be 37)

  5. Bruce

    March 28, 2011 at 6:28 pm

    Arsenal’s future perhaps lies in the arms of these young boys. But remember that there are those vendors ready to interfere with the game of the young boys due to their fantastic game. However,the cup isn’t determined by the future because today is vital than tomorrow. May the manager pliz look for a gud player to win 2day n tomorrow.

  6. Charlie

    March 28, 2011 at 8:30 pm

    This is what I’d like to see for Arsenal 2016 treble winning team

    Szchezny (spelling ?)
    Sagna. Vermaelen. Djourou. Clichy
    Song. Wilshere.
    Fabregas.
    Nasri. E. Hazard
    RvP

    Subs:
    Fabianski
    Gibbs
    Bartley
    Ramsey
    Walcott
    Frimpong
    JET

  7. Charlie

    March 28, 2011 at 8:53 pm

    Honourable mentions to Ryo, Koschielny, Lansbury and Wellington Silva who didn’t quite make the first 18.

  8. evans

    March 30, 2011 at 11:53 am

    nasri,jack,cesc,ramsey,song,rvp the best of arsenal at the moment

  9. evans

    March 30, 2011 at 11:54 am

    in wenger we trust

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