Thursday, March 11, 2010

Nasri - we won't give up on Ramsey

Contender for goal of the season scorer Samir Nasri, is confident the
Gunners are capable of running the Epl and Ucl show for Rambo.

The young midfielder who will miss the remainder of the season due to
a horrific injury inflicted by Stoke's Ryan Shawcross during Arsenal's
match against the Potters at the Britannia is feeling better as claimed by the Frenchman.

Nasri who has been showing glimpses of what we are to expect from him,
made up for his lackadaisical attitude in front of goal by dribbling a
handful of Porto defenders before rifling his shot past the
bewildered Helton.

The 22-year-old midfielder has expressed his dissatisfaction of his
team mate's injury, but he's optimistic the teenager's plight will
influence the Gunners title chances positively.

"At the start of the season I broke my leg too, but it was not like
Aaron's injury. We could tell on the pitch that it was something very

"I was talking to Djibril Cisse, my former team mate at Marseille,
last week because he had the same injury, and he's optimistic about
the future for Aaron.

"As for Aaron himself, he is doing well, his morale is good - he has
all the support from the fans and when you have an injury like this
that is really important.

"We had good news about his surgery this week so we are glad about
that and hope he gets well soon."