This tumbleblog is dedicated to our favorite 24-year-old Belgian who currently plays for Arsenal and wears the no. 5 shirt. He also captains the Belgium National Team.


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Thomas Vermaelen on the cover of Arsenal’s official magazine.

Thomas Vermaelen on the cover of Arsenal’s official magazine.

Arsenal drew against Sunderland today at the Stadium of Light.
Cheer up, Gunners. The last time we played there we didn’t get any points, so snatching even just a point was still great for us.
Besides, we haven’t been beaten this season.
HAVE FAITH. <3

Arsenal drew against Sunderland today at the Stadium of Light.

Cheer up, Gunners. The last time we played there we didn’t get any points, so snatching even just a point was still great for us.

Besides, we haven’t been beaten this season.

HAVE FAITH. <3


Thomas Vermaelen bid farewell to Ajax and the supporters on Sunday, during halftime of the Ajax-Feyenoord match. The Belgian native, who went to Arsenal last summer, made a heartfelt speech and, at the end, walked a lap of honour around the field in the Amsterdam ArenA.Vermaelen was pleased to finally be able to say a proper goodbye to the club and fans. “I’ve always felt complete support from everyone at the club. Thanks to the people at the club, and the fans, I felt at home at Ajax for all those years.”The Belgian international has experienced a good start with his new club this season. With Arsenal, the defender has immediately taken on an important role in London-based team’s defensive line-up.Ajax’s General Manager, Rik van den Boog, addressed Vermaelen on the field. He said that the ex-Ajax player became a ‘real Amsterdam native” in his ten years here. “You came to Ajax from Belgium when you were fifteen, and you developed into a leader over the years, both on and off the field.” Referring to the season when Vermaelen was loaned out by Ajax to RKC Waalwijk, Van den Boog said: “When you returned, you were even stronger than when you left.”De Belgian player, who wore the Ajax first team’s jersey 143 times, walked a lap of honour past the Ajax supporters, and sent a few AEGON-Ajax balls into the stands. “I left Ajax on good terms. Hope to see you again soon.” 

Thomas Vermaelen bid farewell to Ajax and the supporters on Sunday, during halftime of the Ajax-Feyenoord match. The Belgian native, who went to Arsenal last summer, made a heartfelt speech and, at the end, walked a lap of honour around the field in the Amsterdam ArenA.Vermaelen was pleased to finally be able to say a proper goodbye to the club and fans. “I’ve always felt complete support from everyone at the club. Thanks to the people at the club, and the fans, I felt at home at Ajax for all those years.”

The Belgian international has experienced a good start with his new club this season. With Arsenal, the defender has immediately taken on an important role in London-based team’s defensive line-up.

Ajax’s General Manager, Rik van den Boog, addressed Vermaelen on the field. He said that the ex-Ajax player became a ‘real Amsterdam native” in his ten years here. “You came to Ajax from Belgium when you were fifteen, and you developed into a leader over the years, both on and off the field.” Referring to the season when Vermaelen was loaned out by Ajax to RKC Waalwijk, Van den Boog said: “When you returned, you were even stronger than when you left.”

De Belgian player, who wore the Ajax first team’s jersey 143 times, walked a lap of honour past the Ajax supporters, and sent a few AEGON-Ajax balls into the stands. “I left Ajax on good terms. Hope to see you again soon.”