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The reason for Wilshere’s injury problem at Arsenal revealed 0

Posted on April 23, 2013 by admin

I don’t know about anybody else, but I have been very concerned recently about the Arsenal talisman and England’s great hope for the future, Jack Wilshere. An originally not too serious looking injury led to nearly six weeks out of the game. The main worry, for me, was not so much that Arsenal need him badly at this crucial stage of the season, but more concern for his future career.

The Gunners have had some terrible luck with injuries recently, most notably with Abou Diaby and Aaron Ramsey. The Welshman finally seems to be regaining the form that has our mouths watering before one of Stoke’s resident thugs, Ryan Shawcross, smashed his leg to pieces with a tackle that would have definitely ended his career a few years ago.

Why is Wenger risking Wilshere’s Arsenal career? 2

Posted on April 16, 2013 by admin

For weeks Arsene Wenger has been saying that he would not rush Jack Wilshere back into the Arsenal team until he is 100 percent sure that the England international is ready. Despite Arsenal being in a tough battle for a top four finish, which is crucial to our future success, most Gooners were perfectly content with this policy.

Jack is our star, the player we are relying on to make us great again. Every time he gets fouled and clutches his knee or ankle, every Arsenal fan watching holds their breath and hopes that he gets up and shrugs it off, as he normally does.

Wenger – Wilshere needs to emulate Lionel Messi 2

Posted on February 11, 2013 by admin

Arsene Wenger saw his young prodigy Jack Wilshere take a lot of stick in Arsenal’s game against Sunderland this weekend (and Stoke the week before!), but he doesn’t think that the midfielder needs to get extra protection from referees, he simply needs to watch Lionel Messi to see the way that re rides his tackles, and then gets up and gets on with the game!

We could perhaps say that the physical defenders in the Premier League are more likely to give out more punishment than in La Liga, but Messi takes it all and you rarely even see him complain.

Will Arsenal get Sahin on loan from Madrid? 6

Posted on July 28, 2012 by admin

Nuri Sahin to Arsenal?  by KJ

There have been some interesting developments in today’s news. Both Marca and the Daily Mail have reported that Arsenal have signed Turkish international Nuri Sahin. The news is surprising to say the least. To my knowledge, we haven’t expressed any interest in Sahin whatsoever this summer, and yet out of the blue we’re about to loan him?

The Turk is a class player. He used to be one of the best in the world in his postion – deep lying playmaker. After leaving Dortmund for Madrid, his career really has regressed with only 4 appearances last season.

Wilshere Set For Another Spell Away From Football? 2

Posted on July 22, 2012 by admin

Arsenal’s manager Arsene Wenger claims that nothing will motivate him to force Wilshere into a speedy comeback, after the English midfielder was out for the whole length of last season with a recurring injury to his ankle.

“It is impossible to set a concrete deadline at the moment,” Wenger told the club’s official website.

“But it is all OK. He is as quick as we expected him to be. His ankle is good and his knee is good. There is no setback.”

Injury News Update – Wilshere’s Surgery Over (Again!) 3

Posted on May 23, 2012 by admin

Goodish news is coming from Arsenal, as the most loved Gunner of the moment, Jack Wilshere, has had a successful surgery and is now (again) on the road to recovery.

Jack didn’t have the best of seasons, being out ever since the preseason with an ankle stress fracture. Unfortunately, even though he was expected to be back on the pitch in February, setbacks kept the 20-year-old away from the pitch and in the recovery room all season long.

Even though it’s been almost a year since Wilshere sustained the first injury, the attacking midfielder has yet recovered and he recently suffered another injury to his knee, even though it was a minor one.

Arsenal’s Jack Wilshere off to Sweden! 1

Posted on May 17, 2012 by admin

Don’t panic! Arsenal are sending Jack Wilshere to Sweden for medical attention. Arsene Wenger is desperate to get the talented youngster back and fully fit for the start of next season. Wilshere, voted Arsenal’s player of the season last year, has failed to feature this season and he would be like a new signing if we could get him back.

Arsenal have released a statement which tells us, “Jack Wilshere is continuing to recover very well from the injury to his right ankle. However, his rehabilitation has seen a long-standing slight issue with his Patella tendon in his left knee flare up.

Wenger – Wilshere is still in rehab so we have NO targets yet 0

Posted on April 28, 2012 by admin

There has been much talk about Jack Wilshere possibly joining the Team GB at the Olympics after Stuart Pearce admitted that the Arsenal youngster was “on his shortlist”, but Arsene Wenger is very wary of setting Jack any targets that may not be met, therefore knocking his confidence back once again.

“He (Jack) makes slow progress and at the moment is still in our rehab centre,” Wenger said. “We take time, we are patient with him. He makes progress, but slow progress.

Jack Wilshere is feeling the pain after extended recovery period 1

Posted on April 17, 2012 by admin

The Arsenal wonderkid Jack Wilshere sent out a emotional message to Arsenal’s fans speaking about how much it hurts him not being able to be a part of the season’s fight to keep a hold of the third spot, and also play in the summer Euro 2012 championship in the England team.

The young midfielder, who has been out all season spoke to the Arsenal fans on his official Twitter page about the burden it is for him to miss the Euros.

“Gutted, sad, devastated..its been a test mentally for me this season and it will continue to be tough until I am back out on the pitch,”

Jack Wilshere’s Return Delayed Yet Again 0

Posted on April 14, 2012 by admin

The injury situation at Arsenal is currently better than it ever was this season as those who have been injured throughout the season and had to undergo a lengthy recovery like Santos, Jenkinson, Gibbs, Sagna and a few others are now fully fit and ready to go. However, it’s still not everything good at Arsenal as the all-important young midfielder Jack Wilshere is still not ready to go yet.

Having picked up an injury in a preseason match, Wilshere has been nothing more than a fan for the Gunners throughout the season and despite his initial injury assessment was placing his return in early February, unfortunately the young Englishman has yet made an appearance this season.

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