Aaron Ramsey Injury: Updates on Arsenal Star's Ankle and Return

Timothy Rapp@@TRappaRTFeatured ColumnistSeptember 9, 2014

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Updates from Saturday, Sept. 13

Arsenal's official Twitter feed revealed Ramsey's status for Saturday's match:

Updates from Thursday, Sept. 11

Arsenal revealed the current state of Aaron Ramsey's fitness in regards to possibly playing on Saturday:

Sky Sports previously provided comments from Ramsey, who spoke about why he suffered an ankle injury:

I hope that's the last time I play on a plastic pitch. The pitch was very hard, there was no give in it, and I rolled my ankle a little bit.

I could feel it, but hopefully it will be nothing and I'll be available for Saturday.


Updates from Wednesday, Sept. 10

Jeremy Wilson of The Telegraph updated Aaron Ramsey's status following yesterday's injury:

The Guardian provides a statement from Ramsey discussing his injury status:

I’ll be alright—the pitch was very hard there’s no give in it so I rolled my ankle a bit. Hopefully it will be nothing and I’ll be available for Saturday. These are the games you want to play in and I’m looking forward to it.

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Arsenal fans were left holding their collective breath on Tuesday, as star midfielder Aaron Ramsey was injured in Wales' international match against Andorra.    

BBC Wales Sport shared the news:

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Gunnerblog on Twitter has more on the incident:

The Gunners will certainly be hoping Wales manager Chris Coleman is correct in his assessment.

Ramsey was brilliant for Arsenal last year, scoring 10 goals and adding seven assists in 23 Premier League appearances, good for a sparkling 7.75 average match rating from WhoScored.com. He was the driving force for an Arsenal squad that spent more time atop the EPL table last year than any other team before injuries derailed their season late in the campaign.

The concern for Arsenal is that Ramsey was one of the players who missed a large chunk of the season due to injury. Ramsey has become arguably Arsenal's most important player in his box-to-box role, and his absence would be a huge blow for the Gunners.

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