Posted on April 20, 2017 by ADMIN

Ramsey confident of continuing Arsenal’s successful run at Wembley

Arsenal are preparing for the big FA Cup semifinal against Manchester City on Sunday at Wembley, and as this competition is the clubs only hope of a trophy this season the players should be ready to fight from the start to win a place in the Final. If there are still Gooners out there that haven’t been able to get a ticket for the match, I have done some research and have found a site called Football Ticket Pad that they seem to have tickets for most Arsenal games available. You can buy tickets for Sunday’s game from under 80 GBP!

Thanks to our last two FA Cup successes and a couple of Community Shields, the Gunners have actually won their last six games at Wembley. Aaron Ramsey, who scored Arsenal’s winning goal against Hull in the Final a few years ago, thinks that we can keep up our winning run in the famous Stadium. “We’ve had success at Wembley before, so hopefully we can have more. Personally I love playing at Wembley.” Ramsey said

“It’s the same build-up throughout the week but as soon as you get on the team bus to the hotel, it feels different.

“When you head towards Wembley and you look through your window to see the stadium, the build-up changes at that point.

“It’s spine-tingling, exciting and you can’t wait to get out there and perform. I love the competition.

“I scored against City in the Community Shield a couple of years ago and in the FA Cup final of course, and we have had a bit of success there.

“Hopefully we can continue that. We haven’t had this line-up in the semi finals of the FA Cup for a long time so it’s going to be very tough from here.

“If you want to win it, you have got to beat everyone in front of you. The FA Cup is fantastic with plenty of great stories to be told from down the years.

“These semi-final ties look like they will be added to the history. They are mouth-watering for the neutral. We want to remember them for the right reasons.”

Arsenal also have a pretty good record against Moneybags Man City, with just one defeat in our last 7 meetings, so you could say that history is on our side. Hopefully our win at Middlesbrough last week will have given us some of our confidence back for this, and our great FA Cup record could help pull us through. We could certainly do with a boost after our awful run of form….

Onwards and Upwards!


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  1. The troll formerly known as Robin Vanpayslip ( User Karma: 0 ) says:

    Let’s not get carried away. We only win at Middlesbrough because they are horrendous at the moment.

    We looked quite shaky even with 3 at the back so I wouldn’t really feel too confident against City’s front line

    1. SoOpa AeoN ( User Karma: 0 ) says:

      But most insensitive fans think we are genius

      Till we are rolled over….

    2. SoOpa AeoN ( User Karma: 0 ) says:

      wow…. It’s raining thumbs down around ere

      Me need no umbrella
      I’mma dance in the rain LoL

  2. SoOpa AeoN ( User Karma: 0 ) says:

    Hahahaha…….Today’s world thumb-down day


    Besides, Ramsey should go F*** himself…… He’s not rated in my eyes

  3. Guneal says:

    “When you head towards Wembley and you look through your window to see the stadium, the build-up changes at that point”.
    You see Ramsy, what you are experiencing at that moment is called BALL-LESSNESS or you can call it SPINE-LESSNESS. you are not fit to where that SHIRT. You should be suffering from SHIRT-LESSNESS.

  4. bran99 says:

    “I scored against City in the Community Shield a couple of years ago and in the FA Cup final of course, and we have had a bit of success there”, very st***d line, just imagine Messi or Ronaldo talking like this before every match, they’d be saying that against every team.. hahaha

  5. Ronny ( User Karma: 0 ) says:

    Yes I’m with saopa aeon.
    He showed us in that one season and for Wales frequently what he’s capable of but brings it when he feels like it.
    During this difficult time he’s one of the players who should have stood up and rallied the team.
    He clearly wants to play further forward and won’t give his all unless he does its clear to see.
    Compare this to Mandzukic last night who was running the flanks, making tackles etc

  6. Goonerboy ( User Karma: 0 ) says:

    We won’t be hammered by City and I wish the team well, can’t wait to see the game…

    City can’t beat us when we were so woeful so I think its an open game…we can do this! Coyg!!!!!

  7. ThirdManJW ( User Karma: 1 ) says:

    City have already torn us apart twice this season, what odds on a hat-trick?

    1. Arsenal_Girl says:

      They haven’t “Torn us apart” this season or last season

      April: Arsenal 2-2 Man City
      Dec: Man City 2-1 Arsenal

      Last season
      May: City 2-2 Arsenal
      Dec: Arsenal 2-1 Man City

      1. ThirdManJW ( User Karma: 1 ) says:

        I never mentioned last season, and they DID tear us apart this season. Did you watch the games? They should have buried the game by half-time at the Emirates, and we offered almost nothing in attack. Although we had a better first half at the Etihad, City still had some clear cut opportunities, before absolutely dominating the second half. Both performances were very poor.

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