[Ramsey Photos] Never been prouder of Arsenal this season. Very well done,Now win the league!

Never been prouder of Arsenal this season. Very well done,Now win the league!

Well done, well f##king done lads. I don’t think I have been prouder of them this season. I’m close to f##king tears. They played like a proper team, to their full potential and with the sense of urgency and professionalism that the fans demanded.  They knew the fans wanted it, they knew they needed this and so they went for it. At the same time though, we didn’t resort to their level and stuck to our morales. Don’t let his tears fool you, Ryan Shawcross is a dirty, dirty twat. Arsene got it 100% right in his press conference. People believe that Arsenal are soft and then go into tackles like that with intent to hurt and leave a mark.

We have twice come back from a bad run of form and we’re right back in it. We have a great chance to win the league now and I think we will. I think the three points from today will spur this team on to greatness.

The spirit and togetherness was great. I loved it when Cesc had a hack at one of their dirty c##ts. These boys are brothers and not afraid to fight for one another. The mental strength in this team is incomparable to the one a couple of years ago.

Obviously, regrettably, you all know where this is going to end off. However, unlike the Diaby and Eduardo incidents, I think this one will end in us winning the league which will be dedicated to everyone who was involved in us winning it. From Aaron to Dudu to Cesc to Arsene. Let us also not forget the men who stepped in and suffered with the fans during the bad times like Kolo and Gilberto. You contributed to the quality of the team and that is not going to be forgotten. Those of you who have stepped up after criticism; Gallas, Song, Nick, Samir, Abou, Eboue well done.

Get well soon Aaron. All our thoughts are with you. We will win this for you. Don’t forget people, we haven’t won this yet, but we will.

Come on the arsenal. Hold your heads up high gooners. Well f##king  done.

Fabster  – www.arsenalaction.com

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86 Comments

  1. Simon

    February 28, 2010 at 12:43 am

    I think most of the reactions on here are totally understandable but also a little off the mark. It’s probably the emotion of the situation. Shawcross’s tackle was poor but it wasn’t malicious. The leg that broke wasn’t even the one that got hit it was the one he used to brace himself. It just landed and a bad angle and snapped. Horrific but entirely unintentional. Calling him a thug and every other name under the sun is just silly. We see poor challenges like this a dozen times a week around the premier league and every other league in the world. Very rarely do they result in a red card. He didn’t even go in two footed.

    My thoughts and best wishes are with poor Aaron Ramsey. Hopefully he will make a full recovery and his career will not be ruined.

  2. GunnerX

    February 28, 2010 at 12:50 am

    Nine times out of ten, going in with such force will result in a similar outcome. I really don’t get all the talk about it being unintentional. This incident is a direct result of the belief that ‘you have to get in their faces’ in order to compete with the Arsenal.

  3. Gooner from Sydney

    February 28, 2010 at 1:07 am

    great result and an excellent performance, id pay for sinbad to write one of these articles seriously. I really hope Ramsey gets well really soon, he has so much potential, and hes still so young. I don’t think Shawcross meant for it to turn out this bad, though he is a complete twat for thinking of making this tackle, especially knowing what happened after Eduardo. Cmon Gunners, we can win the title!

  4. OzGoonerGuy

    February 28, 2010 at 1:11 am

    I think Sol was massive this evening as well.

    Especially around the Ramsey incident. He was raging, and as others looked shocked and stunned, he got them focused the right way, and so the result is much different from Birmingham 2 yrs ago.

  5. Family Enclosure Man

    February 28, 2010 at 1:17 am

    Guys, take another look at what AJ said. He’s got it 100% right. I’ve been saying exactly the same for years – whether Shawcross intended to hurt Ramsey is irrelevant and virtually impossible to prove one way or another anyway. But the challenge was reckless and did not show reasonable care for a fellow competitor. The sanction is simple: players who do this should be out of the game for as long as the players they maim – plus 3 further matches for the red card.

    I have a feeling that would make a few players reflect a little more carefully on the concept of duty of care.

  6. ashraf

    February 28, 2010 at 1:19 am

    come on gooners!!! fuck off anti-footballers!!!

  7. Pat Thompson

    February 28, 2010 at 1:20 am

    Tony Cascarino, Lou Macari and every other scumbag who has urged lesser teams and lesser players to kick Arsenal are to blame….. And by the way fools this time it’s a Brit who got hurt .The media gave Arsenal and Arsene stick for years over our red card record… Show me one player who has suffered any long term injury after a horror tackle by an Arsenal player… Arron Ramsey had a fine game this evening, now his career is in ruins…you only have to see Eduardo’s body language to know the physical injury may heal but the mental one never will. The media will mount a campaign similar to “Tiny Taylor is innocent” for Shawcross. FUCK HIM AND FUCK THEM

  8. Stewart Stanbra

    February 28, 2010 at 1:32 am

    I F*****G LOVE ARSENAL FOOTBALL CLUB!!!

  9. Richard Smith

    February 28, 2010 at 1:51 am

    I’m hoping a lot of these comments are heat of the moment because I think that hoping that Shawcross dies is rediculous and everyone says rediculous things in the heat of the moment.

    Another comment I have got to make is all the best johnny foreigners are buggering off because the english leagues are turning into more and more physical leagues. An example is Christiano Ronaldo and will be Fabregas soon as well. I didn’t like Ronaldo because of his constant cheating but I can’t deny he was the second best player in the world when he left united and the best player in the world the season before and one of the reasons why he left was because he was being hacked to peices and he was fed up with it. Fabregas is going the same way.

    To make the english leagues more attractive we need to be more strick on what tackles are bookings and sendings offs. The more strict we are the less of these tackles there are going to be and the more likely the johnny foreigners will start coming back again.

  10. Welsh Gooner

    February 28, 2010 at 2:16 am

    I totally agree with you, it’s so easy to be tearful after the tackle… it was an angry tackle and they cause harm.
    I did gain a little respect for Pullis after the game but it is probably the proudest win I’ve ever felt.

    I hope we do it for Rambo like we did for Bobby Pires

    St Davids Day on Monday will be dedicated to our countrys most promising star

  11. OzGoonerGuy

    February 28, 2010 at 3:13 am

    When is the FA going to do something about this? Players go in so recklessly and don’t care if they take out the player. They know they go in hard enough for this to happen, that is intent enough. If you tackle in such a miserable way that you mistime completely or take out the player so brutally, you should be banned.

    And I think it’s a brilliant deterrant. The player at fault should be banned from all football until the player they’ve crippled returns, then the ban for the card begins on top of that.

    But I won’t hold my breath for the FA to act of their own accord. After all, when do they take any action against diving or hacking or any infringing by English players?

  12. Eddie Yak

    February 28, 2010 at 3:54 am

    Why is everybody talking about Shawcross ? Not necessary because every viewers in the stadium and the whole world saw and knew this Stoke team consisted of many dirty players who were given the 007 licence by manager, Pulis, to hurt Arsenal players. Ramsey was the unfortunate one last night. The one and only person I blame for this tragic incident is the damn referee ! He just did not do anything to prevent this from happening, all the time keeping a blind eye to everything that happened in front of him. He ignored dangerous tackles and dirty intentional fouls and slow motion replays clearly shown Arsenal had at least two more penalties. This bloody referee must see blood before he show his red card. I am disgusted with the English FA and Referees Association for ignoring the thuggery on the field thus inviting more and more serious injuries to talented players. Can these two associations guaranteed Aaron Ramsey will recover and play again, if not, the Arsenal Football Club, Welsh FA and Ramsey’s family should take the Referees Association, Stoke City Football Club and Shawcross to court. Just bankrupt them all.

  13. omar

    February 28, 2010 at 4:13 am

    f@#king awesome spirit we have among the lads!!…
    we’ll win it for young ramsey….
    almost in tears looking at verminator, nic n cesc during the injury..n AW postmatch
    taste of their own medicine : nic’s goal n a f@#king awesome tackle by cesc on pugh!!!n a shoosh to punt pulis!!
    v mayb young but were goin all the way….

    another shoutout to sol…showing great maturity n experince!!
    COME ON U GUNNERS !! KEEP THE FAITH NO MATTER WHAT!!

    Get Well rambo!! awesome footballer!!in da true meaning of the word!

  14. M

    February 28, 2010 at 4:14 am

    LOOOL yes! i agree with everything you said 😉

  15. Kenmuye

    February 28, 2010 at 4:22 am

    May our good Lord bless our Kid with a Quick recovery. Well done Gunners

  16. really

    February 28, 2010 at 4:44 am

    You can see it – the way to beat Arsenal is to get amongst them and get in their faces – really?! shawcross is a cunt and so are the media who justify these caveman tactics. if that was rooney on receiving end shawcross would retire from the sheer weight of national hatred – Saying sorry doesn’t mean anything right now.

  17. johnny hoy

    February 28, 2010 at 5:23 am

    I hope that Ramsey can play football again. Shawcross? Cunt on two fronts. Firstly for his tackle. Secondly for his reaction – crying like a baby. If you’re going to be a dirty cunt at least be a man about it and have the courage of your conviction. He wanted to show Arsenal what a tough guy he was – now Ramsey will miss the minimum of six months of his life trying to recover, and while Shawcross is picked for England. There’s something wrong with this picture. Seriously wrong.

  18. joe

    February 28, 2010 at 7:31 am

    very harsh on shawcross i don’t think he did it on purpose but it happens in football from time to time, i feel for poor ramsey i really do the boy is pure class but i do feel for shawcross as well i broke a guys leg before in sunday league went for a 50:50 ball had no intention in backing out and niether did he and unfortunly for him it ment his leg got broken in 2 places and it looked like ramseys leg after the chalenge. it takes a long time to recover from knowing that you hurt someone like that but he recovered and we get on pretty well and he has no hard feeling as he went in just as hard but he just came out wrost.

  19. MoE

    February 28, 2010 at 9:28 am

    GET WELL SOON RAMSEY!!!

  20. reaps

    February 28, 2010 at 11:42 am

    lol. ramsey broke his leg before the tackle. the picture above should tell you that. what does my head in is that you lot where against arsenal, and now your for them lol.

    the truth.

  21. john

    February 28, 2010 at 11:43 am

    loook to the people who say its unintentional ok he didnt mean to break his leg but the ”rough them up attitude ” and kick them which is regarded nowadays as they best way to play arsenal is going to result in horrific injuries like this its a disgrace !!!diaby eduardo and ramsey !!! and people who say it happens in foootballl its no coincidence arsenal have about 99.9 percent of them !!!! shawcross didnt mean to break his leg but i know for a fact he did mean to go in as hard as he possibly could and take ramsey out of it !

  22. Will

    February 28, 2010 at 11:44 am

    I really think we need to join forces as Arsenal fans, write a letter to the Premier League showing our frustration at the “attention” we face every week and as them what they plan to do.

    How many times do you hear an opponent stating they are going to get in our faces or rough us up? This has to stop before one of our players loses a leg.

    We need an Arsenal fan who is a high level lawyer to write to the premier league, we as Arsenal fans need to come together, signing the letter stating that we demand change, we demand protection.

    What team has been one of the biggest players in making the Premiership as big as it is? Do foreign TV stations sign up to watch Bolton Vs Stoke? Do foreign fans huddle around TV’s to watch Blackburn Vs Wigan? No.

    The reason the Premier League is so big is because of Arsenal Football Club and the football we play.

    I am still so angry at this, we are being singled out as a weak team but this is football, not Rugby.

    Time for change.

  23. Chris

    February 28, 2010 at 12:26 pm

    Fantastic article and some great comments lads,

    i have never replied on a forum but following the emotion of yesterdays game, i just wanted to see if fellows gooners felt the same way that i do, and its all the more better that most of you do!

    my blood pumps arsenal red, i have a season tickets for the first time this season and let tell you boys, particularly after yesterday, we are witnessing something very special here.

    we stood up to be clearly recognbised as title contenders, its official now, no doubt. the passion, desire and commitment the boys showed after what happened to rambo was unquestionable, we would have suprised a lot of people yesterday with that performance, but i think deep down us gooners knew we would do it. I had my doubts after seeing a repeat of almost 2 years ago to the day, that we may go down the same path of being the bottle jobs, but the boys repaid the faith and put in what will no doubt be a key turning point in the season, we’ve clearly come a long way in the 2 years since eddy’s injury.

    Rambo is an outstanding young talent and it cuts me deep, was well gutted to see that and the effect it had on the boys, for those moments you forgrt about the football and you just feel absolutely gutted for the lad. get well soon mate. we will win this for you.

    come on the arsenal, this will the be the proudest and most significant moment of the season. lets get well behind the boys and win this

  24. rico

    February 28, 2010 at 1:13 pm

    Great piece, all the very best to Aaron…..

  25. chris

    February 28, 2010 at 3:31 pm

    the problem isn’t with ryan shawcross – its clear that he’s the fall guy, the focus for the newspapers… football and the media is the same as anything else, it’s a circular system and blaming ryan shawcross satisfies the angry arsenal fans and works as a scape goat for the FA who have vested interests in not being called up.

    the problem is that this is allowed to continue. we shouldn’t blame shawcross, there will always be players called up for a particular ability, for a particular asset, and although shawcross is deemed a high-quality player, his ability to play ‘firm’ allows him increased leverage to muscle his way up the football hierarchy. the problem lies with the FA – aaron ramsey literally had his leg broken in half last night, this isn’t sport, and it is beyond assault – intentional or not.

    The real questions lie with the FA, though I suspect that if the FA don’t wish to make any solutions nor wish to provide any answers, then they’ll strenuously ignore the situation and let the newspapers have their villain story. We need to question the FA – when things like this happens, it isn’t sport. This needs to be solved. Rules need to be changed.

  26. KING GOONER

    February 28, 2010 at 5:11 pm

    as arseblogger & many others have pointed out-shawcrooss has previous-he’s already busted jeffers ankle-an angel he def isn’t-but if there is one c***t i’d put the blame on it’s pullis-if i’d been anywhere near him -i’d have shoed him big time-trouble is we’ve still got hull,birmingham & those clogging bastatrds blackburn to deal with who’ll use this exact same tactics with no protection from the wankers in the black!!

  27. Cy_gooner

    February 28, 2010 at 6:18 pm

    Im arsenal through and through but right now Im not going to comment on the tackle, the injury or about any vendetta against us because I think its all been said. One thing I would like to do is commend Nicklas Bendtner for his reaction after the challenge. Understandably, most players couldnt deal with it. Bendtner, still only 21 years of age, went straight to Ramsey and stayed by his side comforting him right up until the time he was carried off. That shows maturity, strength in character and strong support for your team mates. Well done Nick, as a gunner, I’m proud. Ramsey, wishing you a speedy recovery!

  28. Goonerman

    February 28, 2010 at 6:33 pm

    Cy gooner – Whelan was by his side as well.

  29. Boris 9

    February 28, 2010 at 6:43 pm

    SOL CAMPELL was the man last night . I love that his is back
    and the reactions of him last night…
    Aaron get well soon and Gunners go for the tittle now 😀

  30. becks

    February 28, 2010 at 8:50 pm

    To the ENGLAND Manager and selection team.
    Do you have no morals you bunch of Morons. Not even an hour passes after the injury that you select Shawcross for the World cup, for christ sake, at least wait until the dust settles. I am Welsh and I would have supported England through the World Cup, but you have just proven to me and many others that as long as you act like a thug or a womaniser or a drug taker then you have licence to be selected to represent your country. Whats that campain running in the EPL at the moment.????????
    Oh yes RESPECT Campain.!!!!!!!!!! SHITE
    Get well soon Rambo. Cesc “CRY HAVOC AND RELEASE THE DOGS OF WAR” Come on Arsenal.

  31. mktla

    March 1, 2010 at 1:34 am

    exactly.Sol Campbell showing pure passion!!!
    LOVE IT!!! AND LOVE YOU GUNNERS!!!

  32. nigel hisham

    March 1, 2010 at 6:54 am

    i am fucking proud…proud at the way we play, proud at our spirits that personifies our armoury embroidery….i will fucking kiss the arsenal ‘armoury’ badge!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  33. Thomas

    March 1, 2010 at 7:21 am

    I think song got a two match ban because he has got 10 yellow cards this season. He got a one match ban earlier in the season because he got 5 in a season. I dont know if its three match ban for 15 yellows.

  34. Ralph Mangion

    March 1, 2010 at 8:17 am

    Well done to all, that’s the fighting spirit we need for every game from now on, it was no easy task winning at Stoke. I criticise Song very much, maybe that’s the department needed for change, still he tried his best Saturday. Ramsey you are in our thoughts and prayers for a quick recovery to a return for the ARSENAL. Let’s go for it guys, we are in for a run that could bring us the title, all we need is to WIN our matches, that’s it, the other teams will surely drop points, believe you me.

    COME ON THE ARSENAL !!!!!

    RALPH MANGION – SLIEMA – MALTA

  35. Big Joe

    March 1, 2010 at 11:58 am

    U know what all u gooners, Rambo is our sacrificial lamb for the league cup. Now no more stoping the arsenals. We’re blazing on all cylinders to the title. Rambo will sure come back to terrorise the likes of f****** ShawCunt for a long time to come. Up gooners for the title. I’m f****** boiling now!

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