David Seaman has praised Aaron Ramsdale for taking his chance at Arsenal with both hands as he continues to tutor the England goalkeeper.Ramsdale has established himself as first choice between the posts at the Emirates Stadium but, despite Seaman being a big fan, he is not afraid to dish out the tough love.Signed from Sheffield United last summer for a reported £24million, plenty of eyebrows were raised as the Gunners brought in a goalkeeper with consecutive Premier League relegations on his CV.Ramsdale, however, has flourished having quickly ousted Bernd Leno from the number one spot in Mikel Arteta’s top-four chasing...
Dermot Gallagher dissects the big flashpoints from the weekend's action on Ref Watch. INCIDENT: Arsenal goalkeeper Aaron Ramsdale races off his line to make an interception, seeming to catch Jarrod Bowen in the process, but the West Ham forward is booked for simulation. VERDICT: Yellow card for 'diving' is harsh.
Ramsdale dived the wrong way, but his brinksmanship was perhaps a factor in Fernandes missing.
Aaron Ramsdale admits Arsenal were “not good enough” as they slipped to defeat at home to Brighton.Enock Mwepu was the star of the show for the visitors, creating Leandro Trossard’s opener before his own fine strike doubled the lead. Martin Odegaard’s late consolation meant Brighton left with a deserved 2-1 win.Arsenal were already reeling from defeat at Crystal Palace on Monday night and, with Kieran Tierney and Thomas Partey missing through injury, their small squad was exposed once more.Gabriel Martinelli had a goal ruled out for offside but other than that Arsenal rarely threatened and they lost more ground in...
Bukayo Saka and Takehiro Tomiyasu could return for Arsenal vs Crystal Palace but Aaron Ramsdale doubtful
Arsenal boss Mikel Arteta is hoping for a double fitness boost ahead of their London derby away to Crystal Palace, live on Sky Sports, with Bukayo Saka and Takehiro Tomiyasu pushing for returns. The Gunners went into the international break on the back of a win at Aston Villa...
Arsenal goalkeeper Aaron Ramsdale has revealed the two key figures in influencing him to move to the Emirates Stadium last summer. The England international was not the biggest name prior to his move to Arsenal, but he’d shown some promise at Sheffield United and it now looks a smart piece of business by the Gunners after his strong showing in his first season with the north London club.
Aaron Ramsdale has revealed he would take on the Arsenal captaincy if asked but admitted any such decision is down to manager Mikel Arteta. The former Bournemou
Switzerland captain Granit Xhaka is pleased to not be coming up against two of his in-form Arsenal teammates at Wembley on Saturday evening.England host the Swiss in a friendly with both sides now preparing for the World Cup later this year.Xhaka has been part of an Arsenal team which has enjoyed a fine second half to the season so far, with the Gunners now favourites to claim a top-four Premier League finish.The fact four Arsenal players were called up into Gareth Southgate’s initial 25-man squad for the Switzerland and Ivory Coast friendlies is testament to their recent form.However, a hip...
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Arsenal goalkeeper Aaron Ramsdale will miss England's internationals during the next fortnight after suffering a hip injury. The 23-year-old was absent for the Gunners' 1-0 win at Aston Villa on Saturday. Ramsdale had been named in Gareth Southgate's 25-man party for the friendly matches against Switzerland and Ivory Coast. But...