PICTURED: Arsenal fans unfurl giant tribute banner to injured Aaron Ramsey

05 March 2010 01:43
Arsenal fans have produced a giant red banner as a special tribute to Aaron Ramsey which they will hang at Emirates Stadium during Saturday's Premier League match against Burnley.

Teenage midfielder Ramsey is facing eight months on the sidelines after suffering a horrific leg break in a tackle from Ryan Shawcross during last weekend's win over Stoke.

Tribute: Arsenal fans have donated in their droves in order to produce a banner (above) for injury-stricken midfielder Aaron Ramsey who had his leg broken in a challenge by Ryan Shawcross of Stoke (below)

A special 'Do It For Aaron' banner has been made thanks to donations from fans on supporters trust and popular blog websites.

Dozens of Gooners have contributed to the cost and the fans are hoping to arrange for the young Welshman to sign the banner.

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Source: Daily_Mail

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