It will be a blow to Cech to have picked up this injury as he has been performing very well recently and was our best player during the 2-0 win over Everton last weekend. And what a difference that made!
Asked if he had told the board to offer a new deal to the Wales global, Emery said: "There are three elements. one is the player and their family and representatives".
When asked if Ramsey holds the power, he told The Sunday Supplement: "Yes he is, because if he resists being sold in January then he'll command a higher wage at his next club". He has the quality to play right or left, to do more one-on-ones against the opposition.
On the stroke of half time Petr Cech was forced off with a hamstring injury, which Emery said would keep the shot-stopper out of action for "maybe two of three weeks".
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"I am very happy with him, I think he is [happy] to wait for his moment and it is arriving".
"It is clear also that we are improving in getting more competitive in the hard moments".
"It is enough that we are speaking about individual players like Aaron Ramsey, he is an important player and on Saturday he will be helping the team with his performance".
Liverpool would offer Ramsey the chance of returning to the Champions League and being involved once again in a Premier League title challenge. "For this reason, we want to continue improving and creating our best performances with different ideas".
Arsenal eventually took the lead from fortunate circumstances nine minutes before time, as Alex Iwobi's cross at the near post took a deflection off Craig Cathcart and sailed into the net at Foster's near post. "We have 15 points and in fifth position so we are in a good way, which gives us confidence". Supporters shared in his agony when his leg nearly snapped in two against Stoke in 2010; felt fury rising within them when fans of that same club booed him in subsequent years; and more happily felt ascendent joy when Ramsey returned to his best form.