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Re: Aaron Ramsey?

Postby Tony Adams » Tue Aug 06, 2013 6:12 pm

Massa wrote:Arteta Ramsey
Ginter Wilshere


I don't think we should have a first choice:

Ramsey/Ginter--Arteta/Wilshere

Then use Wilshere to cover Cazorla/Rosicky.
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Re: Aaron Ramsey?

Postby Arsenewengersbitch » Tue Aug 06, 2013 6:38 pm

Ate you crazy? Aaron Ramsey was one of the most improved players last season, he doesn't use breaking his leg as an excuse.
Wenger was right to have faith in him, yeah he may not be as strong as Cazorla/arteta/Wilshere but he definitely does deserve to have a chance in the starting 11! It's good to have midfielding options because that's where we are strongest
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Re: Aaron Ramsey?

Postby VCC » Tue Aug 06, 2013 7:15 pm

Arsenewengersbitch wrote:Ate you crazy? Aaron Ramsey was one of the most improved players last season, he doesn't use breaking his leg as an excuse.
Wenger was right to have faith in him, yeah he may not be as strong as Cazorla/arteta/Wilshere but he definitely does deserve to have a chance in the starting 11! It's good to have midfielding options because that's where we are strongest

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Re: Aaron Ramsey?

Postby Kyle? » Tue Aug 06, 2013 7:16 pm

So are we all in agreement now that Arteta and Ramsey is our best current CM pairing?
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Re: Aaron Ramsey?

Postby Trequartista » Tue Aug 06, 2013 7:25 pm

Hans Gruber wrote:So are we all in agreement now that Arteta and Ramsey is our best current CM pairing?


Yes, but I think once Wilshere gets fully match fit and in form again, he will expel Ramsey form the starting XI. Then, 2 seasons down the lines, when Arteta moves on or retires, it will be time to unleash the double pivot of doom upon the PL: Ramshere > Xaviesta!
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Re: Aaron Ramsey?

Postby gooney » Tue Aug 06, 2013 7:35 pm

Ramsey represent everything the new Arsenal stands for.....AVERAGE
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Re: Aaron Ramsey?

Postby Kyle? » Tue Aug 06, 2013 7:36 pm

gooney wrote:Ramsey represent everything the new Arsenal stands for.....AVERAGE


You can't have a team of 11 world class players, you need some workers too. He's an average footballer, but his effort is second to none.
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Re: Aaron Ramsey?

Postby Massa » Tue Aug 06, 2013 7:37 pm

His footballing ability is underrated and will only get better too
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Re: Aaron Ramsey?

Postby VCC » Tue Aug 06, 2013 7:44 pm

he had a good second half to last season I hope he can keep that form
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Re: Aaron Ramsey?

Postby gooney » Tue Aug 06, 2013 7:50 pm

Hans Gruber wrote:
gooney wrote:Ramsey represent everything the new Arsenal stands for.....AVERAGE


You can't have a team of 11 world class players, you need some workers too. He's an average footballer, but his effort is second to none.

he;s not even a great worker. he just looks like great worker next to wilshere and arteta who doesnt have alot of energy. I just dont see what people see with Ramsey. I dont even think he's a better footballer than Denilson and I mean that
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Re: Aaron Ramsey?

Postby Leody » Tue Aug 06, 2013 7:54 pm

Hans Gruber wrote:
gooney wrote:Ramsey represent everything the new Arsenal stands for.....AVERAGE


You can't have a team of 11 world class players, you need some workers too. He's an average footballer, but his effort is second to none.


Henry
Bergkamp
Pires
Gilberto (WAY better than Ramsey)
Vieira
Ljungberg
Cole
Toure
Campbell
Lauren
Lehmann

You have a hard time arguing any more than 3 of them weren't world class at the time. Now we don't have 3 world class players total at the club...
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Re: Aaron Ramsey?

Postby gooney » Tue Aug 06, 2013 7:55 pm

Hans Gruber wrote:
gooney wrote:Ramsey represent everything the new Arsenal stands for.....AVERAGE


You can't have a team of 11 world class players, you need some workers too. He's an average footballer, but his effort is second to none.

:rofll: :rofll: :rofll:
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Re: Aaron Ramsey?

Postby Tony Adams » Tue Aug 06, 2013 8:04 pm

The problem is, as much as he has improved, Rambo is still the weak link in midfield. Giroud, for all his lack of worldclassness, can do a job without it costing us. When Ramsey gives the ball away or loses a physical battle it puts the defence under unnecessary pressure.

There are plenty of more physical players out there who can protect the back four better, but who are also more technical and don't give the ball away as much.
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Re: Aaron Ramsey?

Postby ivän itchybüm » Tue Aug 06, 2013 8:10 pm

If he can perform this season like he did towards the end of last season he'll be one of our best players... There's no disputing that
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"Have faith in Ramsey, he'll come good"
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Re: Aaron Ramsey?

Postby Kyle? » Tue Aug 06, 2013 8:10 pm

gooney wrote:
Hans Gruber wrote:
gooney wrote:Ramsey represent everything the new Arsenal stands for.....AVERAGE


You can't have a team of 11 world class players, you need some workers too. He's an average footballer, but his effort is second to none.

:rofll: :rofll: :rofll:


Name me a side with 11 world class players then, go on. I've already thought this through, and i got nothing.
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