Arsenal midfielder urges teammates to get their floundering EPL season back on track by beating Man United tomorrow at Emirates Stadium
London: Aaron Ramsey has called on Arsenal to get their season back on track by beating Manchester United and Borussia Dortmund in the coming days.
Aaron Ramsey in action during Arsenal's EPL clash against Manchester City at Emirates Stadium in September. Pic/Getty Images
The Gunners have made an indifferent start to the 2014-15 campaign and have already drawn five games in the Premier League, while the defeat to Swansea City on Nov 9 saw them slip to sixth in the table.
Ramsey, though, is confident that Arsenal can kickstart their season after the international break by first beating United, whom the Gunners face on Saturday at the Emirates Stadium, before tackling Dortmund in a crucial Champions League group clash.
"We now have a tough week," he told the press yesterday. "We have Manchester United and then Dortmund.
"They are both tough games but they are the ones you want to be involved in as a footballer. Hopefully we can come out on top in them. We started off slowly.
We've had a few draws. We have a lot of catching up still to do. Hopefully we can turn our season around and get a bit of momentum going," Ramsey said.
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