Tweets: Ramsey, Per & More React On Twitter After Chelsea Draw

By on April 27, 2015

Some of the Arsenal players have taken to Twitter to react to yesterday’s 0-0 draw with Premier League leaders Chelsea.

Despite dominating possession for much of the game, we were unable to break down a stubborn Chelsea defence so any slim hope of catching the leaders have evaporated.

This was our last chance to claw our way back into some sort of title race so it’s understandable some of the players were a little frustrated with the result.

Aaron Ramsey in particular was annoyed we didn’t pick up all three points on Sunday, while Per Mertesacker, Hector Bellerin and David Ospina also had their say on the game.

Check out their tweets below:



  1. Malaysian gunner

    April 27, 2015 at 12:35 pm

    Piers is rightly pissed off. According to Terry,the gunners tippy tappy soccer is unlikely to win the epl.I am afraid he is right having won 3 epl trophies.
    Arsenal’s style gives defenders time to regroup and that ‘s why it was difficult for the gunners to score.Play direct like Everton who broke fast from defence. The gunners style of pass and pass all day is no good.
    And that’s why Wenger wont win another epl even with wc stars being bought.

  2. Malaysian gunner

    April 27, 2015 at 2:30 pm

    So Arsenal made more passes than Chelsea.But the Blues won the
    game and are set to be champs.
    Football is about goals and not how beautiful you play.
    Mu outplayed Chelsea but lost. Who carse about stats showing
    the no of passes. Fans only look for goals and don’t bother
    about how youscore.

  3. Antique Gunmen

    April 28, 2015 at 11:08 am

    These “tippy tappy soccer” will win EPL next year. Fxxk off John Terry and his sex maniac behavior! COYG!!!!!!

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