Ramsey goal is often followed by the death of celebrities, 25 '12 Subject: NEWS, Viewed by: 1
Notes accompanying incision unique goals Arsenal midfielder Aaron Ramsey. As summarized Independent.co.uk, a series of goals scored by the captain of the Wales national team remains a mystery.
This theory does not necessarily justified. But in fact, those goals often Ramsey to Arsenal 'tails' the death of a famous person in the world. The latest is the shocking news of the death of the U.S. diva Whitney Houston, Saturday, February 11, 2011.
On the same day, Ramsey offered a goal for Arsenal a 2-1 victory at the headquarters of Sunderland, Stadium of Light, in the Premier League match. At that time, Whitney Houston was found dead submerged in a bath room suite at the Beverly Hills Hilton Hotel.
On October 20, 2011, with the appalling news of the world in the death of Libyan dictator Moammar Gadhafi. After ruling for 41 years, born in Sirte colonel was killed in a runaway at the hands of the militants. On that date also, Ramsey scored Arsenal's 1-0 win over Olympique Marseille, in the European Champions League stage.
'Victims' Ramsey next goal is Steve Jobs. Apple Inc. founder and innovator. It died because of suffering from pancreatic cancer, on October 5, 2011. Just three days earlier, Ramsey Tottenham Hotspur goalkeeper in the Premier League match. But in the North London derby, Arsenal defeated 1-2 at White Hart Lane.
No less shocking, when the United States released news of their success to kill the leader of the militant Islamic organization Al-Qaeda, Osama bin Laden, on May 2, 2011. At that time, just a day earlier, a single goal Ramsey successfully silenced Manchester United at the Emirates Stadium, Arsenal's headquarters.
Wednesday, February 15, 2012 (Thursday morning GMT), Arsenal will play the first leg of Champions League round of 16 against the representatives of Italy, AC Milan. Not rule out the possibility, Ramsey to score at the headquarters of the Rossoneri, San Siro. So, the goal would come back 'casualties'? ...We wait for further news.