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 an Gunners shirt can be seen in this compilation below:

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28 Responses to “Get Well Soon Aaron!”

  1. I’m so devastated for Aaron, just as he was beginning to establish himself in the first team. I wish you a speedy recovery and hope you come back even stronger. Good luck, mate.

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  2. Nemesis says:

    Great video mate, thanks

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  3. Ricky says:

    Nice one chris.. Gonna miss the kid, he’s really starting to grow & show everyone he is good enough to step in our midfield & be a vital member of the squad.

    Wish him a speedy recovery & a return to full fitness & form.. Im sure with players like eduardo & diaby there to support him after there experiences with similar injuries he’ll be back & as confident as ever.

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  4. Am says:

    Shawcross statement – NO APPOLOGY.

    The arsehole gets a reward for breaking another promising highly talented players leg with an England call up.

    Our wishes go out to RAmsay, hope you get back and reach your full potential, because you will be the best center midfielder in the world.
    Aaron Ramsay we all support you and hope you make a full recovery, no matter how long it takes, hope you can get back to your full potential.
    Imagine if that was Rooney and not Ramsay, he would be finished as a player by the media.

    England will never win a world cup until, teams like Bolton, Stoke, Blackburn and Birmingham start to actually play football and not just try to kick opponants.

    This is because the top players who have skill have to play a full season getting kicked. Fuck Stoke, I want them to relegate next season.

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  5. Roar says:

    Can`t wait to se you back, my next shirt got 16 Ramsey on the back

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  6. hiro says:

    why are all posts except the first two, from last january? news abt arshavin almost being signed and stuff :S

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  7. Gooner Chris says:

    We moved server recently. All the posts will have to be transferred and it takes quite a while. It should be completed within a fortnight mate. :)

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  8. hordur says:

    Get well Aron . Looking forward to see you play football again, may you have a great future. HF

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  9. qwerty says:

    What’s even more sad is that we’re gonna have to rely more on Denilson :(

    Get well soon Aaron x

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  10. Malaysian Gooners says:

    Lets pray for Diaby as well. He has pivotal impact when he’s around.

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  11. salman says:

    he is only 19 he will be back and he will be among the greats
    love u ramsey

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  12. Gooner says:

    Get well soon Rambo! C’mon you Gunners, we’re within 3 points!

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  13. fraster says:

    I agree with Am: no apology to Stoke, they are a team full of bad intentions towards opposite teams, specially against Arsenal…one of our great young talents sees his carrer unfairly stopped…it reminds me that horrible tackle against Eduardo exactly two years ago…I’d want to know how much we have to wait for a true sanction from FA for bad behaviour on the pitch…our win has been so costly that we couldn’t celebrate that deserved trashing.

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  14. Bogal from Ethiopia says:

    Get well soon Ram! I pray to u for speedy recovery!!!

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  15. Gunningooner says:

    OMIBLOODYGOD ITS AS IF SOME PLAYERS JUST CANT RESIST BEING BLOODY BULLIES WHEN THEIR UP AGAINST A HIGH-CLASS TEAM. IF RYAN SHAWCROSS HAD A LIFE, THEN HE WOULD APRRECIATE GOOD FOOTBALL

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  16. gounerz says:

    devastated for ramsey being sidelined, but 100 times gutted knowing that the probable replacement coming in for him is in the shape of the lazy ass denilson. damn.

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  17. cinjo says:

    we lost our best player and next Febregas for Arsenal.
    What the bloody shit is this….
    This kind of horrible trackles against Arsenal always.
    What FA can do for this ???
    What a sad moment for all Arsenal fans again.
    Why this is happening again and again for Arsenal.

    RAMSY, WE PRAY FOR U….GET WELL SOON. WE NEED YOU………..

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  18. trollz says:

    not gonna lie..i got teary-eyed.

    get well soon young Ramsey.

    Bendtner looking good.

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  19. Afc kings says:

    Shawcross is a council estate inbred thug! If he wernt a footballer he’d be robbing old ladies or joyriding and dealing drugs. I hope he gets what he deserves one day. What comes around goes around. Lets hope he gets his comeuppance Every game I’ve seen him he gets high on intimidating or kicking other players. Pulis is a prick for defending him the little chav twat

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  20. Thats 3 leg breaks in 4 years but alot of more close shaves from horrendous tackles by players that should even being playing football because they are so poor. When do use see Rio or Ledley King do tackles like that [they dont have as poor touch, read the game & position themselves in a place to pick the ball off opponents unlike that agriculture player].

    It is not a 50-50 challenge, when you take a awful first touch them lunge in to win the ball isnt 50-50

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  21. Arsenalgunner27 says:

    Get well soon Ramsey. Our thoughts are with you. I cant look forward to the fact we can clearly win the Premier League now until I know his career is in check & that he can still play football. Its gonna be hard to win the Premier League knowing he isnt gonna be there if we do it.

    plus, Whats with the love for diaby? As far as I’m aware hes ok, wth happened

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  22. JL says:

    Get well soon Ramsey!!!

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  23. Bengurion samuel says:

    Chris what i want from this is that Shawcross should remain banned till RAMBO comes back,it will serve as example or

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  24. Bengurion samuel says:

    To all i wish our highly rated sensation kid,quick recovery and healthy mind to bear the tremendous pain,purposely caused by a nobody in football,GET WELL RAMBO!!!

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  25. Billy says:

    Ryan Shawcross is the same person who broke Francis Jeffers’s ankle with a tackle from behind in 2007. He nearly broke Adebayor’s ankle when he wasn’t even on the pitch in our match with them last year and nearly broke Cesc’s foot in the cup match a couple of months ago.
    He’s a thug and went into that tackle recklessly high and with completely unnecessary force. He had one aim and that was to get the ball but hit Aaron as hard as he could in doing so. He may not have necessarily wanted to break his leg but he certainly wanted to leave his “mark”.
    He’s a disgusting individual but once again its not his fault cause he loves his mum, has no previous and wouldnt hurt a fly. B******t.
    Get well soon Aaron. It’s a pity your not ably to play because off a thug not the innocent, honest English professional he is portrayed. Disgusted.

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  26. arsenal fc says:

    this shawcross pratt needs a ban… 5 years or MORE! 3 players in four years! its no coinsadence its disgusting… BAN HIM!

    RAMSEY COME BACK SOON AS YOU CAN, MY NEXT SHIRT GOT YOUR NAME AN NUMBER ON ;)

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  27. Gooner8 says:

    This is on Stoke’s website:
    http://www.stokecityfc.com/page/NewsDetail/0,,10310~1979586,00.html

    How many Man U, Chelsea, Liverpool, etc, players have had “horrific” injuries after playing crap teams like Stoke? It’s way too disproportionate to be coincidental. Are we targeted? Probably…

    But it’s more absurd that a player can’t own up to what he’s done; intentional or not, he’s gone and nearly severed someone’s leg clean off.

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  28. van perSEKz says:

    I hope you will come back and you can be
    because you have “FIGHTING SPIRIT” in your heart.

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