Some good Arsenal injury news….Ramsey set for November return

By on October 16, 2010

By Minal Vachheta

Aaron Ramsey has been sidelined since February after fracturing both his tibia and fibula in his right leg against Stoke. Since the fateful tackle he has been concentrating on his rehabilitation and has not yet spoken to Ryan Shawcross. The Stoke defender has sent a text and left a voicemail but Aaron isn’t ready to discuss the tackle or injury with him.

The Welsh midfielder has worked hard for months in the gym working up to his recover. He has finally kicked off his outdoor training at Arsenal’s Colney complex. This development has sped up his return to the team which and he is expected back in November. Arsene Wenger the Arsenal manager is overjoyed with Aaron’s improvement and that he is on course to achieve his target of being back by November. It was Arsene whom set this goal for the young midfielder back in August.

The 19-year-old is tipped to have an extremely successful career with Arsenal. Ramsey moved to Arsenal in June 2008 with a £5m transfer after turning down a move to Man Utd. Before his injury he settled into the team quickly and began growing as a player. During the 2009/2010 season he made 29 appearances and scored 4 goals in all competitions before it was abruptly cut short.

His forthcoming return next month will not only be welcomed by Arsenal fans but also Welsh fans as Wales have lost their first three Euro 2012 qualifiers. As it is the Gooners around the world have been eagerly awaiting his return and soon their wish will be granted.

Is a Ramsey and Wilshere midfielding double the future to Arsenal’s success or can they influence the present campaign?

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One Comment

  1. YAYA MOHAMED

    October 16, 2010 at 12:47 pm

    GOOD NEWS OUR TEAM BUT WE HAVVE STILL MORE INJURY CAPTAIN CESC FABREGAS THOMAS VARMALEAN ABU DIABY Laurent Koscielny VAN PERSIE BACARY SANGA STILL WE HAVE PROBLEM INJURY

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