Thursday, April 27, 2023

Arsenal goalkeeper Ramsdale: We're not about to moan or give up

Arsenal goalkeeper Aaron Ramsdale insists they will keep the title race alive after defeat at Manchester City.

A 4-1 humbling hands City the advantage in the title battle.

But Ramsdale says: “The immediate reaction coming off the pitch is disappointment. We came here to win the game and we haven’t managed to do that.

“We haven’t played nine months of Premier League football to be in this position to moan or give up – we’re not going to do that. If something is going to happen, it’s going to be in our league, so, we’ve got to be there to pounce if anything happens.

“Nothing changes for us; we’ll go through everything as we always do and learn from our mistakes, individually and collectively. Unfortunately tonight we haven’t been able to do what we came to achieve.”

On the away support, Ramsdale added: “They’re a credit to themselves and the football club, and give us huge pushes. We’re definitely disappointed that we can’t send them home with a smile on their faces, but if there’s one thing about this set of fans which I’ve seen over the last 18 months, they don’t give up.

“They know that we’re giving our all. Mistakes can happen – we saw the backing I got last week with my mistake and how the whole stadium got behind me. There’ll be no moans and groans back home on Tuesday night when we play against Chelsea.

“They’re top drawer and hopefully they’ll have a safe trip back, and I can’t wait to see them on Tuesday and try to make things right.”

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