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    It was an important win as we're now 3 points behind Chelsea and 2 behind Man U.

    Somehow I'm more upset than feeling to celebrate. Ramsey received a very bad tackle; he broke his ankle and will be out for at least the rest of the season. Nobody knows whether he'll play football or even the same man again.

    I'm flabbergasted and as AW has rightfully pointed out, we have had 3 players who were at the receiving end of these horrendous tackles, namelt Diaby, Eduardo and now Ramsey ... there's just excessively aggression on the pitch nowadays, especially against Arsenal!

    This may sound like another conspiracy theory but let's pause and reflect. In recent years, everyone knows our main strength as well as weakness. We play possession and attractive, attacking games and the way to stop our rhythm is to play aggressively as we're also known to be a 'light-weight' team.

    The players need more protection and the rule of the game need to be revised to reflect and to send out a strong message that execessive use of aggression on the pitch is not appropriate even though the English is known to be physical ...

    My heart goes out to the youngster Ramsey and hope he'll recover soon and completely and that his strive to become a top footballer will remain his passion!

    Haiz ...
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    Yes it is upsetting to see how we (Arsenal) are treated on the pitch.

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    a very good win but at the cost of ramsey. looks similar to what happened to eduardo. hope he recovers from this both physically and mentally.

    kudos to the team for picking themselves up and focusing on going for the win, and at a tough venue no less.
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    Bad tackle.

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    thats so painful too watch.. look at his leg
    wish all the best for him (Aaron Ramsey)

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    hehe....no. this is not a dream.

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    Arsenal 5!

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    Keep it going Gunners!
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    Quote Originally Posted by kazeeee View Post
    thats so painful too watch.. look at his leg
    wish all the best for him (Aaron Ramsey)
    Wonder why always Arsenal players get broken legs like these. Is it due to the built of the players (tall and lanky), the diet they take (lack something), training regime (did not train calf muscles), insufficient rest between trainings, the way they play (twist and turn) or really bad challenge from opponents. It seems only Arsenal players get legs broken into halfs like that at the calves. Very sickening. Play football until like that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ManWearPants View Post
    Wonder why always Arsenal players get broken legs like these. Is it due to the built of the players (tall and lanky), the diet they take (lack something), training regime (did not train calf muscles), insufficient rest between trainings, the way they play (twist and turn) or really bad challenge from opponents. It seems only Arsenal players get legs broken into halfs like that at the calves. Very sickening. Play football until like that.
    Most of them are quite short in height. It's not how their legs are built but how opponents go in for the tackle. Horrendous. No matter how beefy you are, a bad tackle at the right spot would break a bone.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sbs99 View Post
    Most of them are quite short in height. It's not how their legs are built but how opponents go in for the tackle. Horrendous. No matter how beefy you are, a bad tackle at the right spot would break a bone.
    how come the other teams don't get something like that or rather survived such tackles?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ManWearPants View Post
    how come the other teams don't get something like that or rather survived such tackles?
    That you must ask the ones who dish out the tackles... *ooommmm*
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    arsenal players must learn to skip certain challenges, for example a 50-50 ball, don't go for it if you cannot get the ball.
    but then again, the passion of bpl is solid challenges throughout a derby match or against rival teams.

    good win yesterday, perhaps nicklas is finally showing his potential, just hope he don't get too cocky about it.
    sol has been good cover for gallas lately except AW keep asking him to man-mark those pacy strikers and they run rings around him, given his lack of pace now, he should be better assign to mark a target man instead.

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    campbell's tackle to zayatte
    in the end the zayatte injured. lol

    good win yesterday!

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    oh yeah!!! inter booted chelsea out.

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    Gunner reporting in , hehe
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    By now I guess everyone has heard UCL Quarter-final draw ... we got Barca!

    I guess at this stage and if we truly desire to take cup back to the Emirates, we got to beat every team that stands in our way ...

    Unlike the 2006 finals, now we have 2 games to get the right result ...

    Go Gunners!

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    Cannot kick properly, cannot catch properly. We need a new keeper.
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    the team weren't focused on the game. probably half thinking of barcelona. sian...

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    Urgh! Not Alumnia again!

    We'll need a new keeper!

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