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Hamstring injury, Ramsey Absent Opponent Newcastle

Hamstring injury, Ramsey Absent Opponent Newcastle

Hamstring injury, Ramsey Absent Opponent Newcastle

London Arsenal will not be strengthened by Aaron Ramsey at home to Newcastle United in the Premier League this weekend. Wales midfielder suffered a hamstring injury.

Ramsey suffered the hamstring problems while strengthening Arsenal in the match against Galatasaray at the last party of the Champions League group stage middle of last week.

In a match which Arsenal won 4-1 it, Ramsey scored two goals each in the 11th minute and 29. However, he then pulled out when the turn round due to his hamstring problem.

As a result of the injury, Ramsey will be absent when Arsenal host Newcastle at the Emirates Stadium on Sunday (12/14/2014) pm dawn. This was confirmed by the manager, Arsene Wenger. However, Wenger still do not know how severe the injury 23 years.

We got the scanning results last night. I do not know about the level of the injury,” Wenger said in a press conference ahead of opponents Newcastle United on Friday (12.12.2014), as quoted by Sky Sports.

It’s unfortunate because he was getting close to its performance in the last season,” said the French manager.

The absence of Ramsey adds to the problem which is also in crisis Arsenal defender. Facing the Magpies, Wenger can not lower its flagship defenders.

Laurent Koscielny and Nacho Monreal is still struggling with injury. While Calum Chambers to be absent through suspension. Mathieu Debuchy who is recovering from an injury could have been shifted into a central defender Per Mertesacker to accompany.

In terms of defense, I had 24 hours to think about it. I will find a solution to Saturday. We have to play someone who is inexperienced or someone who is not used to playing in that position,” said Wenger.

Arsenal are now inhabit six Premier League standings with 23 points from 15 matches. Last week, the Gunners’ 2-3 defeat at Stoke City headquarters.