Arsenal is one of the most celebrated sides in England with supporters in the millions from all over the world- any professional footballer would count themselves lucky to play for the club. For Jack Wilshere however, it hasn’t been all sunshine and rainbows at the Emirates. He introduced himself as a promising midfielder with a 

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The career of Jack Wilshere has been a curious one. From scaling imperious heights with his display in an English victory at the Maracana, to a famous night against Barcelona in North London, to the cyclical lows and emotions of deflation with each mounting injury. England’s saviour, Arsenal’s greatest hope in the chasm left by 

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England manager Roy Hodgson recently announced his 26-man provisional squad, and as always, surprise inclusions and exclusions were largely deliberated. Many observers, especially West Ham United faithful, have been voicing their unrest over Mark Noble being snubbed in favour of Jack Wilshere. The fact that the Arsenal midfielder has only played a handful of youth 

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Jack Wilshere had a metal plate inserted in his leg after cracking a fibula in pre-season training. With only 630 league minutes left this season, his contribution will likely not be much between now and end of the season. However, with his European Championship involvement all but confirmed by England manager Roy Hodgson, he will 

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Abou Vassiriki Diaby. That name brings memories, doesn’t it? A player supremely talented, marauding presence going forward, tall enough to play the enforcer, sublime dribbling abilities, the player that was bought to replace our mercurial captain, Patrick Vieira. The player that everyone was so sure would be Vieira’s spiritual successor, but….you know the rest of 

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On December 19, 2012, Arsenal made a quintuple contract announcement. Five young British players – Kieran Gibbs, Carl Jenkinson, Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, Aaron Ramsey and Jack Wilshere –had all signed to “long-term deals”. The slightly awkward accompanying press photo gave the pen-to-paper visual cliché a schoolboy complexion as headmasterial Arsene Wenger appeared to not only witness 

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Jack Wilshere will play for the first time in 14 months tomorrow with the Arsenal U-21 side as they take on West Brom. You might remember the England youngster injuring his ankle back in 2011 in the Emirates Cup series. Since obtaining his injury, the now number 10 has gone through a whirlwind of trauma 

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