Posted on Thursday, 24th February 2011 by Tony Merakli
Ramsey, who had a brief loan spell at Nottingham Forest before joining Cardiff last month, has been working is way back to full fitness since suffering his horrific leg break against Stoke almost a year ago, but believes his return to the Arsenal first-team is fast approaching. The 20-year-old Welsh midfielder was quoted in the Daily Express saying:
‘I’m getting back to my best form. This is what these games have been for. I’m back in the swing of things now and I have got better and stronger with every game. Hopefully that can continue now and I can get back to where I was and be even better as quickly as I possibly can.’
Arsene Wenger had hoped to throw Aaron Ramsey straight into action against Leyton Orient in the F.A Cup on Wednesday, following encouraging reports from the Bluebirds. However, the F.A have since quashed Wenger’s plans for the youngster, and reminded the Frenchman that the midfielder has been made ineligible for the replay due to not partaking in the initial tie at Brisbane Lane.
I got a lot of stick from a number of Arsenal fans after writing an article a few months back which disapproved with Wenger’s decision to recall Ramsey back from his loan spell at Forest in early January. I truly believed the youngster needed more match practise under his belt before returning to Arsenal, and evidently, so did Wenger. Nevertheless, it’s great to see Aaron Ramsey getting back to his best.
With the Gunners still in all four competitions this season, I now believe the time is right for Ramsey to return to the club, and personally, can’t wait to see him back in the red and white of Arsenal. Welcome back Rambo!
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