Archive for February, 2010

Feb 28

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Arsenal are the second most fouled team in the Premier League

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Feb 28

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‘There is no way in a million years he would ever go out to try and hurt someone’

“Ryan Shawcross has no bad blood in him whatsoever. There is no way in a million years he would ever go out to try and hurt someone.” That’s what Tony Pulis said in his post-match interview when asked about Ryan Shawcross’ horrific challenge on Aaron Ramsey. However, yesterday’s incident wasn’t the first time Shawcross has seriously […]

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Feb 28

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Song misses next two league games through suspension

Alex Song will miss Arsenal’s next two Premier League games against Burnley and Hull City after picking up his 10th booking of the season against Stoke yesterday. The 22-year-old Cameroonian international was jostling with Rory Delap for the ball before Peter Walton subsequently booked Song for a seemingly innocuous challenge. Song’s suspension could coincide with […]

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Feb 28

Get Well Soon Aaron!

Everyone at Gooner Talk would like to wish Aaron Ramsey a speedy recovery after the Welshman suffered a horrific injury against Stoke last night. The 19-year-old has become an ever-increasing vital part of the Arsenal squad, providing more than adequate cover for skipper Cesc Fabregas. Get well soon Aaron! Some of his best moments in […]

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Feb 27

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Report & Highlights: Stoke City 1-3 Arsenal – A bittersweet day for the Gunners

Two stoppage time goals give Arsenal a crucial victory in the title race but at a cost, with Aaron Ramsey suffering a serious injury. The win moves Arsene Wenger’s side to within three points of leaders Chelsea with ten games remaining, but this evening’s victory was overshadowed by a horrific looking injury to youngster Ramsey. […]

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Feb 27

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Team Predictions: Stoke City v Arsenal

Arsenal have a chance to silence some of their critics in tonight’s Premier League clash with Stoke City. The Potters have been a thorn in the Gunners’ sides ever since they regained top-flight status and last season Wenger, who controversially accused them of deliberately trying to injure his men last season, is certain to name […]

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