Jack Wilshere Needs To Be Used For His Skills On The Field

There are many football legends that often become bigger than the teams they are part of.


As a result, there is much expected out of them, often too much more than what should be expected out of a single player in a game that depends on team participation and strategies. Jack Wilshere is given such a responsibility often which is understandable as he definitely helped the England team to pass the qualifying round for Euro 2016 which occurred in 2014. With the performance that he provided his coach has definitely come to rely on him, but it is often difficult for players to showcase the same kind of playful spirit often, leading to disappointment. It is often the fault in the strategy rather than blaming the single player for not being able to perform.
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Jack Wilshere expresses his opinions concerning Alex Iwobi

Alex Iwobi has turned out to be one of the breakout stars of the Premier League in this season as the 20 year old player from Arsenal has made impressive performances and managed to secure a place in the starting XI of Arsene Wenger.


The Nigerian player was able to score 2 goals during his initial 2 Premier League starts for Arsenal in this season, he has made more appearances than other renowned players of Arsenal and one of those players is Jack Wilshere.

Wilshere broke his fibula during a pre-season training session and from there on out, the Englishman has struggled trying to recover and attempting to land a spot in the first team of Arsene Wenger.

Even though Jack Wilshere has been dropped to the sidelines and struggled with injures, one of the players that has stepped up and proved their worth is Alex Iwobi, Wilshere recently talked about his teammate and he had nothing but praise concerning his 20 year old Nigerian partner. Read more »

WILL JACK WILSHERE FULFIL HIS POTENTIAL?

English talent, Jack Wilshere, who is currently involved in an off-field issue after being thrown out of a night club in London, is reported to be facing a dress down from Coach Arsene Wenger after his recent negative spotlight.

The 24-year old footballer highly impressed in Arsenal’s match against Barcelona in 2011 and left everyone wondering of he would become the future of the club. Barcelona legend, Xavi joined in hailing his brilliant effort in the encounter. Years down the lane, Gunner fans still await a repeat of such performance from Jack Wilshere.

The midfielder has been involved in one too many off-field incidences which is worrying for a young talent with a fragile body. The midfielder has been sidelined since last year following a serious ankle injury. The player has been caught many times smoking, swearing and all sorts. The young player was questioned by police officers following an argument on Sunday at Café de Paris. He was thrown out of the café at 3am before his questioning. During the questioning the young player denied throwing any punch during the brawl.

The player receiving £80,000 per week in wages hasn’t featured for The Gunners all season. Aaron Ramsey is becoming effective in central midfield and Francis Coquelin has been doing great in his stead. The fear is that the young star may never reach his true potential. Read more »

Jack Wilshere is almost fully recovered from his fibula injury

Jack Wilsherehas not started in an Arsenal game in this entire season and this is due to the fractured fibula that the English midfielder suffered during a training session which took place way back in August of 2015.

It was later confirmed that Wilshere had sustained a surgery which kept him out of the pitch for a few months but according to reports, Wilshere is now finally reaching the last few stages of recovery and he has even been able to train alongside his Arsenal teammates, something that he hadn’t been able to do for a significantly long period of time.

Francis Coquelin is another Arsenal player who has also been restricted with limited playing time due to injuries but the French midfielder is wrapping up his recovery and is expected to be back in action in February along with Jack Wilshere who is also believed to be back in the pitch in around the same time.

Coquelin’s return can spark out more competition in the midfield department of Arsenal as the French player will be trying to earn his spot back in the team but has to make better performances than Arsenal’s winter signing Mohamed Elneny.

Wilshere has a much more difficult mountain to climb if he wants to get back in the main team of Arsene Wenger as the French coach of Arsenal has a number of players that he can utilize and has been utilizing during the absence of Jack Wilshere and these performers are: Oxlade-Chamberlain, Ramsey, Alexis Sanchez, Campbell, MesutOzil, MikelArteta, Mathieu Flamini, Rosicky and a few more players.

However, even with all the work that lies ahead of Jack Wilshere and with all the competition that he faces in his search of securing a first team spot, Arsene Wenger has stated on a few occasions that he is going to be giving the English midfielder a lot of chances for him to prove his worth. Read more »

According to Jack Wilshere, Arsenal’s improvement is due to better planning

Jack Wilshere believes that Arsenal’s improvement of this season is thanks to the better planning which has been done in their current campaign.

On April 11, Arsenal played against Burnley and claimed a 1-0 triumph. This victory was the 8th successive Premier League win of Arsene Wenger and his players as they are going through a fine form which has allowed the team to stay at the top of the English League competing with the likes of Manchester United and Manchester City.

Wilshere said that one of the main reasons on why Arsenal has been doing so much better than a few seasons ago is because the team are now preparing themselves by analyzing their opponents and getting into the pitch with a plan beforehand.

Arsenal’s Jack Wilshere told reporters: “This year we’ve started to analyze the teams a little bit more. We’re going there with a plan and as a team we know what we’re doing, which is important.’’

“Look at the last few years and we’ve had a few injuries going there and people playing out of positions, but this year we’ve looked a real unit going to tough places and a real team.We want to be difficult to beat when we haven’t got the ball because we know what we can do when we do have the ball, but when we don’t we want to be difficult to beat. We’re starting to do that.’’ Read more »

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