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Arsenal's Injury Woes Get Even Worse

Arsenal's Injury Woes Get Even Worse

Arsene Wenger is set to come under even more pressure from Arsenal fans after reports have emerged claiming that Aaron Ramsey's season is over. Wenger played the Welshman against Hull in the FA Cup replay earlier this week, despite the fact he was already carrying an injury and it looks as if the gamble has backfired spectacularly.

Ramsey made a short lived substitute appearance during the 4-0 victory at the KC Stadium, limping off after 16 minutes with a thigh injury. Arsenal have confirmed that Ramsey will undergo tests but newspaper reports are going one further and suggesting that he could be out for a minimum of six weeks.

Aaron Ramsey
Aaron Ramsey

Some reports even suggest that the former Cardiff City midfielder will be struggling to regain fitness in time for the beginning of Wales' Euro 2016 campaign, this Summer.

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Well respected and trusted Twitter account @AFCAMDEN tweeted the news yesterday evening.

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If this tweet turns out to be correct, Ramsey will be joining Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain on the Gunners' increasingly lengthy injury list, after the England midfielder was ruled out for the season, last week.

How will Gunners fans react to Wenger's decision to play an injured Ramsey in midweek? It's a situation reminiscent of when Alexis Sanchez injured his hamstring against Norwich earlier in the season, despite Wenger admitting he wasn't fully fit.

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Arsenal fans, have your say in the comments section below.

Topics: Football, Arsene Wenger, Arsenal, Aaron Ramsey

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