After three months of sitting on the sidelines, Arsenal's Rambo is finally back in the team. Aaron Ramsey has been out of action since limping off in the Boxing Day clash between West Ham and Arsenal after suffering a thigh injury, and during the time that he has been out Ramsey has seen his team have a rollercoaster few games, both winning the north London derby 1-0 at White Hart Lane and also losing 6-0 away to Chelsea and 5-1 away to Liverpool.
Gunners boss Arsene Wenger is pleased to have Ramsey back, fit and ready for the run in with the team, because without Ramsey and along with the "absence of other key personnel - (it) had deprived the team at a vital stage of the season."
Wenger has also compared his midfield star to the likes of Frank Lampard, stating that the way he "turns up and makes runs into the box" and the way that he has scored "13 goals in 27 games in the first half of the season" before getting injured is a bit "Lampardish".
Arsenal have missed Ramsey in their midfield. They have also had to suffer with injuries to key midfielders Jack Wilshere and Mesut Ozil near enough around the same time that they lost Ramsey too so their midfield had struggled at times in positions where they once dominated at the start of the season. But now Ramsey is back and the good news is that he may even be in contention to play against Everton on Sunday and he could have enough game time to guarantee him a place in the team against Wigan in the FA Cup Semi-Final next weekend.
Arsenal have clearly missed Ramsey in midfield, however now he is back and raring to go Ramsey can now try his best to get Arsenal back to the top of the Premier League and possibly help them to win their first double since 2005.
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