Supergoal hero Ay, Ayron Ramsey says that Arsenal have to get their shit together and go on a run of games that bring in lots of points.
Ok, we’re paraphrasing a little bit, but the Welshman knows the team haven’t been playing well and he’s targetting the fixture glut over the festive period to get points on the board.
Speaking after the 4-1 win over Galatasaray, the midfielder said, “Every time we go out there we are representing ourselves, our club and our manager. It’s important to get a run going in the league.
“That is the thing we need to do now. We have a busy couple of weeks coming up now and hopefully we can take full advantage of them, and hopefully take maximum points throughout December now.
“It was important to bounce back from the defeat and we did that. But we’ve got to keep our form going.”
Ramsey has been criticised for not scoring this season, and also for trying to hard to score, but in recent games he’s notched up three goals and two assists, and he feels that’s a natural part of his game.
The fact that his second against the Turkish side was an absolute belter didn’t escape his notice either.
“I have always got into goal-scoring positions since I can remember, but maybe now I have found my composure more in front of goal.
“I have seen the goal back, and it is definitely the best I have scored. As soon as I hit it, I thought it had a chance of going in and thankfully it went into the top corner.”
He also backed the manager, suggesting some of the criticism was ‘unfair’.
“We are all out there, we are in it together. We wanted to get the result for us and for him.”
Now, all they have to do is do that another 25-30 times this season and we’ll all be happy.