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Arteta finally opens up on Ramsdale’s unforgivable mistake in game against Brentford



( Arsenal goalkeeper Aaron Ramsdale / Photo via Getty )

Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta has offered praise for goalkeeper Aaron Ramsdale following the Gunners’ 2-1 triumph over Brentford, touching upon Ramsdale’s response to a crucial mistake during the match. Arteta’s words reflected his admiration for Ramsdale’s resilience and character in the face of adversity.

“That’s the courage that Aaron has. That’s his personality. Mistakes are part of football. It’s how you react to that, and he did so in a brilliant way. I’m so happy for him and so happy that we won the game as well,” Arteta expressed to the media, acknowledging Ramsdale’s composure and determination in overcoming setbacks.

In emphasizing the inevitability of errors in football, Arteta reiterated the importance of how players handle such situations: “Mistakes are part of football. Reacting is crucial, and he did so in a fantastic way.” The manager’s words not only recognized Ramsdale’s strength of character but also highlighted the unity within the team as they rallied around their goalkeeper.

Arteta’s sentiment extended to the team’s collective desire to succeed for Ramsdale, stating, “We really wanted to win for Aaron; we are so happy.” The victory against Brentford not only showcased Arsenal’s resilience and character but also demonstrated their unwavering support for each other, encapsulating the spirit of teamwork that drives them forward in their pursuit of excellence.

As Arsenal prepares for the crucial UEFA Champions League encounter against Porto, Arteta’s faith in Ramsdale and the team’s camaraderie signals a determined and united front as they seek to continue their impressive form in both domestic and European competitions. The Gunners’ unwavering support for each other, highlighted through moments like these, underscores their commitment to success and their belief in overcoming challenges together.

Hello there, Am Mumbere Ausbel from Uganda and I am a writer at Arsenal True Fans and I love watching football matches so much because it's my favourite sport. I am an optimistic person who usually likes to look at the good side of everything.

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