Arsenal very short of players for Fulham clash

Luckily for Arsenal they are going through a generous period of the fixture list and could probably afford to rotate a little bit, which is just as well as they have EIGHT players on the injury list ahead of this weekends fixture against Fulham.

Aaron Ramsey, Mikel Arteta, Tomas Rosicky, Nicklas Bendtner, Theo Walcott, Nacho Monreal, Abou Diaby and Thomas Vermaelen are all extremely doubtful for the game as Wenger explained: “Monreal looks a doubt for Saturday, a big doubt, because he twisted his foot on the kick. It is not the bruise, he turned and twisted the ligament. Rosicky had surgery with a general anaesthetic for a broken nose in two places. With a mask he may be available, but we have to monitor it closely,”

Is Arsenal Better Off Without Ramsey?

Arsenal managed an incredible win today against Blackburn Rovers simply squashing their opponents. Arteta was back on the pitch for the Gunners and he proved his worth like always, also showing that the club isn’t doing too well without his playmaking abilities at the moment, and Coquelin proved to be much better today than Ramsey was in any of the last few matches.

The thing is that ever since Arteta got injured and couldn’t appear anymore Arsenal had a lot to suffer and that was basically because Ramsey’s playmaking abilities are not that high and he keeps showing that unfortunately he’ll never get to the form and pace which consecrated him before he got injured.

Will Arsenal Win Trophies Soon? Ramsey Seems To Think So.

Arsenal’s centre midfielder Aaron Ramsey thinks that Arsenal will be able to win back to back trophies just as soon as the team will have played more than a few games together managing to create true bond on the field.

‘There’s plenty of young talent there and we have to bond even more and gel as a team throughout the years. Hopefully we’ll make it successful for many years,’ Ramsey told Arsenal Player.

‘It’s important that you have that core, that you’ve been together for a few years and you understand each other.

Ramsey – We must not relax against Fulham

Arsenal’s centre midfielder Aaron Ramsey is certain that Arsenal will have to treat the Fulham game as serious as possible in order to get the maximum number of points out of it.

“It’s important to take this game as seriously as we take any other game,” he told Arsenal.com

“This is going to be a tough test for us but I’m confident that we can get all three points. Hopefully we can do that.”

“Fulham have proven themselves to be a good team over the seasons and they won’t make it easy for us. But I think with the form that we’re in at the moment and the quality we have, we can get all three points.”