Arsene Wenger & Jack Wilshere

Arsène Wenger, OBE (born 22 October 1949) is a French football manager and former player. Jack Andrew Garry Wilshere (born 1 January 1992) is an English footballer who plays as a midfielder for Arsenal and the England national team. 5.0/5

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Arsene Wenger has admitted Jack Wilshere could yet be sold by Arsenal this summer. ( Src: Express )
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Jack Wilshere demanded to leave Arsenal on loan during crunch talks with Arsene Wenger. [The Sun]
BREAKING: Jack Wilshere has asked Arsène Wenger to leave Arsenal on loan to play regular football.
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Jack Wilshere: It's sad to see what is happening to so many promising young players at Arsenal, under Arsene Wenger.
Arsene Wenger says Jack Wilshere needs another U-21 game before he makes his Arsenal return.
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*Arsene Wenger looks at his bloody hands clutching Jack Wilshere's lost ligaments*
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Arsene Wenger says that Jack Wilshere is "not a smoker" following the latest incident involving the Arsenal midfielder.
Arsenal Manager Arsene Wenger says Jack Wilshere is due to return from injury in two weeks.
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BRILLIANT: Arsene Wenger's reaction to Jack Wilshere's stunning volley today.
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Cape Town - Arsene Wenger has confirmed that Mikel Arteta will be sidelined yet again with a calf problem. According to the Daily Mirror , Arteta is one of seven Arsenal players who are now sidelined with an injury. Theo Walcott, Mathieu Debuchy, Danny Welbeck, Mesut Ozil and Wojciech Szczesny are all out injured with Jack Wilshere facing a lengthy spell on the side with a three month lay-off. Yaya Sanogo was another player who got injured during Arsenal’s UEFA Champions League 2-0 win over Borussia Dortmund having suffered a hamstring injury. Wenger confirms that Arteta would be “out for a while.” "The injuries are difficult to take on the chin,” said Arteta. “We go into many games and we need as many as possible available. The injury situation is a problem because we have many games and we lost two players tonight. "Arteta again has a calf problem and that looks quite serious and we lost Sanogo as well on a hamstring probl
London: Arsenal captain Mikel Arteta added to his club`s injury woes as the Spaniard limped off with a calf problem in Wednesday`s 2-0 win against Borussia Dortmund. Arteta was replaced in the 67th minute of the Champions League Group D clash and Gunners Manager Arsene Wenger fears he could be sidelined for several weeks. The former Everton star`s injury comes after Wenger saw England midfielder Jack Wilshere ruled out for a long period with an ankle problem suffered against Manchester United on Saturday. Polish goalkeeper Wojciech Szczesny is also out with a hip injury sustained against United, while England striker Danny Welbeck missed the Dortmund game with a knee problem. Arteta was joined on Arsenal`s growing injury list by France Under-21 striker Yaya Sanogo, who came off after scoring his first goal for the Gunners. “Arteta again has a calf problem that looks q ...
fficial teams and preview of Arsenal v Dortmund – Sanogo starts!! This entry was posted in Arsenal News, Arsenal NewsNow, Champions League News and tagged Koscielny, Martinez, welbeck on November 26, 2014 by Bob. As wellas the injury problems continuing to pile up for Arsenal, with Jack Wilshere out for a while and now both of our first choice keepers unavailable as well as Danny Welbeck. At least Arsene Wenger had the good news about Laurent Koscielny, but the Frenchman has decided not to rush the French centre back and has stuck with the same back four that has struggled in recent games. Another major talking point is the inclusion in the line up of our young French striker Yaya Sanogo, who is still looking for his firts senior Gunners goal. But his pace and power in the centre forard role means that Wenger does not have to change the system. There are striking options on the bench, with Lukas Podolski and Joel Campbell wjo have both been champing at the bit to get some game time, so let’s hope they ...
Arsenal Manager Arsene Wenger says that Jack Wilshere's latest ankle injury "does not look good" as the midfielder waits to find out if he will need surgery
Arsenal Manager Arsene Wenger believes Jack Wilshere would not be the same player if you took away the determination which played a part in him suffering another injury blow.
Borussia Dortmund manager Jurgen Klopp and Lukas Podolski believes Mesut Özil has been a a big miss for Arsenal. Klopp “Mesut Özil – nobody wants him when he plays, everybody needs him when he doesn’t play,” Klopp said. “I don’t know about Jack Wilshere and Olivier Giroud.” Arsenal will be without Özil when they face Borussia Dortmund in Champions League Group D on Wednesday 26 November. Arsene Wenger will also be without Olivier Giroud. Lukas Podolski also revealed that he believes Arsenal are missing Özil. Podolski “Mesut Özil can’t help us now because he is injured. When he comes back he can help us because he is a great player. We have start winning games now,” Podolski said. Özil has been ruled out with injury until the New Year. The 26-year-old joined Arsenal last year for a club record fee of £42.5m and won the FA Cup in his first season.
Fears of bad news on Jack Wilshere ankle. Surgery may be needed and that would mean around 3 months out
Arsene Wenger is unhappy with young Man United defender Paddy McNair after his challenge on Jack Wilshere left the Gunners midfielder injured, report The Telegraph. McNair, 19, and Wilshere challenged for the ball midway through the second-half, but the...
Arsenal team manager, Arsene Wenger, was on Sunday, the 3rd attempting to steal the much revered Emirates Cup trophy from winners, Valencia, following his side’s 1-0 loss to French side, AS Monaco. According to reports by security guards hired to protect the Spanish side’s staff and players, at about 12:27 AM while they were smoking some weed with Arsenal’s Jack Wilshere at the back of the team’s hotel, they heard the sound of glass shattering and on getting to the scene, it appeared that the culprit had broken into the team bus and stolen the cup but for some unknown reason, wasn’t running. SEE ALSO: STUDY: SEX KEEPS BENIN GIRLS ALIVE IN RAINY SEASON Carlos Lopez, 27, claims that when he and three other armed body guards got to the team bus, the robber who had on a puffer-jacket had his back towards them and was moving his hands as if to *** a gun when he turned back and it appeared to be Arsene Wenger. Arsene Wenger tells police officers that he got held up trying to zip his jacket up to hide ...
Arsenal midfielder Jack Wilshere has asked Arsene Wenger to deploy him in the holding role in Arsenal's midfield, report the Express. Wilshere has been...
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All the football news and gossip from Thursday's regional newspapers. LONDON Evening Standard Chelsea supporters expect an overwhelmingly positive response to Jose Mourinho's remarks on the atmosphere at Stamford Bridge this Saturday. Arsenal and Liverpool are both viable options for midfielder Dennis Praet, though the Anderlecht star's agent admits North London could represent his ideal next move. Jack Wilshere says he has told Arsene Wenger that he is willing to play in the same deep-lying role for Arsenal which he has excelled in for England. Manchester United boss Louis Van Gaal admits it is 'unbelievable' that he has been named on FIFA's Coach of the Year shortlist. Tottenham have been handed a boost by Emmanuel Adebayor's failure to help Togo reach the Africa Cup of Nations. Oscar and Willian will grow into two of the Premier League's top stars at Chelsea, according to Brazil great Ronaldo. Harry Redknapp says he has noticed a big change in Queens Park Rangers forward Charlie Austin following his ru ...
Jack Wilshere reveals that Arsene Wenger has rejected his request to play in a deeper midfield role for Arsenal.
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Jack Wilshere asks Arsene Wenger if he can play deeper in midfield for Arsenal after excelling there for England
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The midfielder 'Jack Wilshere' will once again be missing for the Gunners although Arsene Wenger is confident his side's injury problems are finally starting to ease.
Arsene Wenger says he doesn't understand Arsenal's latest injury crisis with both captain Mikel Arteta and Aaron Ramsey out of the upcoming games against Galatasaray and Chelsea. The pair picked up knocks in Saturday's 1-1 draw against Tottenham with Jack Wilshere also suffering a new ankle injury. Wenger says his medical team will be now be analysing the situation. "We have to really look at what happened," he said. "There's no logic as it's two players who were not involved in the week - no Arteta, not Ramsey - and they had quite a light week for them. We have to analyse what happened there. I don't understand." Calum Chambers, 19, looks likely to be used in midfield against Galatasaray in the Champions League to fill the void, but has been deputising for the injured Mathieu Debuchy at right-back and is one booking away from a suspension as well. "He's been excellent in every position. And from the first to the last minute he has an unbelievable engine. He gets forward and puts crosses in as well," Weng ...
Arsene Wenger has given an injury update on Jack Wilshere, Aaron Ramsey and Mikel Arteta after the trio picked up injuries during Arsenal’s draw with
Team News !! Chelsea want Everton's Republic of Ireland international Seamus Coleman, 25, to be their next right-back. Arsene Wenger has confirmed that Aaron Ramsey and Mikel Arteta will miss Arsenal's clash with Chelsea after picking up injuries in the 1-1 draw with Tottenham , while Jack Wilshere is still to be assessed. Jose Mourinho has called on Spain to rest Chelsea striker Diego Costa for its October internationals to allow him to get over a long-running hamstring injury. Chelsea are having talks with rugby chiefs about playing for a season at Twickenham while the Stamford Bridge stadium is redeveloped.
Arsene Wenger says Jack Wilshere's ankle knock is not serious, but is waiting on news of the injury to full-back Mathieu Debuchy, who was carried off against Manchester City on a stretcher. Via BBC
Arsenal are exploring the free transfer market in a desperate attempt to ease their defensive problems. The Gunners’ lack of depth in defence was apparent on Tuesday night when Arsene Wenger was left with just three senior defenders for their 2-0 defeat by Borussia Dortmund. The club are looking for a central defender to provide cover for Per Mertesacker and Laurent Koscielny. Clubs can still sign free agents despite the transfer window closing on September 1. Scouts have been asked to examine short- term options Diego Lugano and Joseph Yobo, who are both available and have been discussed at the club’s London Colney HQ. The pair have Premier League experience — Yobo for Everton and Norwich and Lugano with West Brom — which is key for the Gunners. Any moves, though, are a way from fruition with the club still considering their options. There was at least some good news for Wenger on Wednesday when scans on the right ankle of Jack Wilshere, injured in Germany, revealed no serious damage. Also, Mathi ...
Arsenal Manager Arsene Wenger confirms that midfielder Jack Wilshere "rolled his ankle" in his side's 2-0 defeat away at Borussia Dortmund.
Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger has confirmed Jack Wilshere has suffered an ankle injury.
Arsene Wenger has confirmed that Jack Wilshere has picked up an ankle injury to add to the Arsenal misery tonight
Should Arsenal drop Ozil after Dortmund stinker? Have your say,don't forget to leave your comments! Sep 17, 2014 00:33:00,The Germany international was withdrawn midway through the second half of Arsenal's defeat to Borussia Dortmund. Should he be dropped permanently by Manager Arsene Wenger? Mesut Ozil again turned in a near anonymous performance in a big game on Tuesday, as Arsenal slipped to a disappointing defeat against Borussia Dortmund. Goals from Ciro Immobile and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang gave Dortmund a comfortable win at Signal Iduna Park and the Bundesliga giants were helped somewhat by Ozil's poor display. The Germany international was initially deployed on the flank but offered little to no protection to rookie full-back Hector Bellerin and could not impact the game at all in the final third. Hooked in the 61st minute for Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, Arsenal improved following his withdrawal and the poor performance only adds fuel to the argument that Ozil is yet to truly turn up for the nor ...
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Arsene Wenger felt Jack Wilshere had answered his critics in the best possible way by inspiring Arsenal's recovery in their 2-2 home draw with Manchester City - King B
Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger says that midfielder Jack Wilshere is recapturing his best form following an impressive display against Man City.
Former Manchester United midfielder Paul Scholes believes Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger should shoulder the blame for what he considers Jack Wilshere's lack of progression.
Arsene Wenger: 'Jack Wilshere back to his best'
As Welbeck thrived amid the faith that was being shown in him by Roy Hodgson, it was also to be reminded of a talk that Arsene Wenger gave to Malaysian businessmen during Arsenal’s tour of Asia in 2011. The speech – which ended with a spontaneous standing ovation - was about the development of young talent in football and the lessons that can be transferred across all walks of life. Wenger had made a point of underlining the importance of a player’s daily desire for self-improvement but, in the case of Welbeck, his observations on the accompanying need for opportunity are also striking. “It’s my job to know when something is there,” said Wenger. “You need the talent, but also you need to meet someone who believes in you and gives you a chance. Plenty of people have talent in life but they do not meet someone who gives them a chance. Related Articles Sanogo admits he's struggling at Arsenal 09 Sep 2014 Welbeck wants to lead attack for club and country 09 Sep 2014 England clock on with impress ...
Arsene Wenger confirmed Mikel Arteta as Arsenal's new captain after watching his side beat Manchester City 3-0 in the Community Shield. Hours after the sale of former skipper Thomas Vermaelen to Barcelona, Arsenal dispatched the Premier League champions at Wembley on Sunday as Santi Cazorla, Aaron Ramsey and Olivier Giroud found the net in an impressive performance. Arteta featured alongside Jack Wilshere as the FA Cup holders dominated central midfield and Wenger named the former Everton player as his new captain, with Per Mertesacker to serve as vice-captain.
Arsene Wenger: "We were never close to signing Sami Khedira because Jack Wilshere has come back fit."
Wenger tips Wilshere to have 'great season' with Arsenal The manager says the midfielder is in the best shape he has been in for three years, despite the recent pictures of him smoking while on holiday, ahead of an "important" campaign Arsene Wenger is tipping Jack Wilshere to enjoy a "great season" as Arsenal step up their pre-season preparations. Wenger's side face Benfica and Monaco as part of the Emirates Cup at the weekend as they prepare for their Premier League opener against Crystal Palace on August 16. Wilshere suffered an injury-interrupted campaign last season before enduring a disappointing World Cup with England and was pictured smoking during the summer. The 22-year-old has since apologised for the incident on holiday, insisting it was a mistake, and Wenger insists the England international is in top shape. "It's a big season for Jack but he's in the best shape he's been for three years," he told reporters. "He has prepared and has got over his ankle problems, I think he will have a great se ...
World class star fighting to get big time move to Arsenal this summer as talks held! Shock repots have claimed Real Madrid star and Arsenal target Sami Khedira still wants a move to the Emirates. Khedira looked all but certain to move to the Emirates Stadium two weeks ago when his agent held talks with the Gunners over a transfer. However, the deal has since stalled because of the German’s wage demands, and it now seems Arsene Wenger is ready to let Jack Wilshere have the holding role at the club. But reports today suggest the 27-year-old has not given up hope of joining Arsenal, according to the Metro. His place in the Madrid side is not certain after the arrival of Toni Kroos, and he would like to find a club that gives him more game time -AT
Arsene Wenger has taken a 20-man squad with him to the United States to take on New York Red Bulls on Saturday night. The squad flew out on Wednesday afternoon ahead of the game against Thierry Henry’s side this weekend. While we’ve seen some ‘selfies’ posted on social media confirming a few of the players on board the plane, the full 20-man squad was announced on New York Red Bulls official site: Goalkeepers: Damien Martinez, Wojciech Szczesny Defenders: Hector Bellerin, Kieran Gibbs, Isaac Hayden, Carl Jenkinson, Ignasi Miquel, Nacho Monreal Midfielders: Mikel Arteta, Santi Cazorla, Francis Coquelin, Abou Diaby, Mathieu Flamini, Kristoffer Olsson, Aaron Ramsey, Tomas Rosicky, Jon Toral, Jack Wilshere, Gedion Zelalem Forward: Chuba Akpom The first thing that stands out is the lack of strikers with Yaya Sanogo and Benik Afobe conspicuous by their absence. If Sanogo hasn’t picked up a knock I think this indicates he could be set for a loan move. The likes of Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain and Theo Walco ...
Jack Wilshere smoking: Arsene Wenger wants to speak to the midfielder this week ahead of make-or-bre
London: Arsene Wenger admits he will speak to Jack Wilshere after the Arsenal midfielder was pictured smoking while on holiday in Las Vegas. Wilshere was criticised by Wenger last season after he was seen smoking a cigarette outside a nightclub and the… [ 262 more words. ]
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Arsene Wenger on Jack Wilshere being photographed smoking again: . "I'm not deeply concerned by it.".
Arsenal boss calmly brushes off Mourinho’s baiting Well done Arsene Wenger, for keeping calm and holding back from getting in to another war of words with Jose Mourinho. The Chelsea boss clearly sees Arsenal as one of his main rivals for the Premier League crown. He has even said as much himself. The not very special one was worried about the threat from the Gunners last season as well, as the last minute veto of our loan deal for Demba Ba showed, and he must be even more wary now that Arsenal have signed two top quality players in Alexis Sanchez and Mathieu Debuchy, with more soon to be on their way. So I was not surprised to see Mourinho take the first opportunity to have a go at Wenger and Arsenal, claiming that Cesc Fabregas never wanted to return to his former club because he preferred Chelsea. He also stuck his oar in to the Jack Wilshere debate after the England international was pictured smoking again during his summer break, even offering some helpful advice on how Wenger should deal with it. O ...
Mourinho taunts Arsenal over Fabregas deal LONDON (England): Jose Mourinho has taunted Arsenal by claiming he needed just 20 minutes to persuade Cesc Fabregas to join Chelsea because the former Gunners midfielder didn’t want to return to his old club. Mourinho signed Fabregas from Barcelona for million ($46 million) earlier in the close-season despite Arsenal having first option to take back the Spain star. Arsenal Manager Arsene Wenger reportedly didn’t want to re-sign Fabregas because he was happy with Mesut Ozil, Aaron Ramsey, Jack Wilshere and Mikel Arteta as main central midfielders. But Blues boss Mourinho, who has had many verbal jousts with Wenger, couldn’t resist the chance to tweak his rival as he insisted Fabregas had no interest in a reunion with the club he left to join Barcelona in 2011. “I spoke with him 20 minutes. I think he really wanted to come to us,” said Mourinho, who was talking at a BT Sport question and answer session in London on Friday. “As you know, Arsenal had an o ...
SPORTS UPDATE: Germany captain Philipp Lahm has retired from international football after leading his side to victory at the World Cup in Brazil. The 30-year-old Bayern Munich defender, who can also play in midfield, played 113 times for Germany. New Real Madrid signing Toni Kroos has voiced his admiration for Pep Guardiola and has stressed that the Bayern Munich coach has helped him become a better player. Kroos worked under Guardiola at Bayern during the 2013-14 campaign and was temporarily benched by the former Barcelona boss shortly after the winter break. Arsenal midfielder Jack Wilshere made an early start to his pre-season preparations after he returned to training three days before most of his team-mates. Wilshere's return comes days after photographs of him with a cigarette in his mouth while on holiday in Las Vegas were published by the Daily Mail - and were said to have earned him a reprimand from Manager Arsene Wenger. The 22 year old posted a picture to his Instagram account which showed him ...
'Cesc Fabregas' The Arsenal are not pursuing Barcelona midfielder.. Story by David Ornstein at BBC Sport .. Arsenal have informed Barcelona they will not be exercising a buy back option on former player Cesc Fabregas. The Gunners inserted the clause when selling Fabregas to Barcelona for £35m in 2011 and were given first refusal after Barca decided he could leave. It is understood Fabregas 27 was keen to return to Arsenal but Manager Arsene Wenger is not looking to recruit a creative midfielder. The decision raises the prospect of the player joining one of Arsenal's rivals. Mesut Ozil arrived at Arsenal from Real Madrid last summer for a club record £42.4m on a five year contract, while the likes of Aaron Ramsey, Santi Cazorla, Jack Wilshere, Alex Chamberlain and Tomas Rosicky are all part of Mr Wenger's plans. Arsenal's priority is to bring in a striker to compete with Olivier Giroud and a right back to replace Bacary Sagna with goalkeeping cover also needed after the exit of Lukasz Fabianski.. They ma ...
Arsenal Manager Arsene Wenger dissuaded Jack Wilshere from rushing his comeback from injury to ensure SWC fitness.
Arsene Wenger didn't rush Jack Wilshere back from injury because he wanted to ensure the midfielder was fit for England's campaign.
Assessing Arsenal: The need to strengthen By Max Bentley | May 19, 2014 3:34:09 AM PDT Transfer windows for Arsenal fans are like opening a Christmas present from your grandmother -- you just don't know what to expect. Arsene Wenger pulled off a real coup when he landed Mesut Ozil from Real Madrid before demonstrating his familiar January stubbornness by only adding Spartak Moscow midfielder Kim Kallstrom to his injury-ravaged squad -- an odd signing given the Swede was injured at the time as well. Having led the Premier League standings for 128 days this season, Arsenal witnessed their title challenge collapse following a series of humiliating performances on the road and untimely injuries to Aaron Ramsey, Jack Wilshere, Theo Walcott and Ozil. A comeback FA Cup win over Hull showed the squad have some fight in them, but changes are still required. So, what does Wenger need to do in order to close the gap on their rivals and end Arsenal's 11-year wait for the league title? Striking the balance "To be comp ...
Pressure on Arsene Wenger to buy back Cesc Fabregas from Barcelona and the french tactician ponder where he will fit in because of availability of Jack Wilshere, Mesut Ozil, Santi Carzola and wonder boy Aaron Ramsey in the attack.
Manchester United could confirm Louis Van Gaal as their new manager later today. •Arsene Wenger's much-anticipated New Deal with Arsenal could pay him £24m over three years - he is expected to get a transfer chest of £100m to spend this summer as well. •Jack Wilshere could face FA action for a foul- mouthed rant towards rivals Spurs, which was captured live on TV at their FA Cup trophy celebration on Sunday. •Club Bolivar hope David Beckham will come out of retirement and join the club for the Copa Libertadores. •Glenn Hoddle feels Mauricio Pochettino should win the race to become Tottenham's next manager. •Thibaut Courtois will only come back to Chelsea if he is guaranteed to be their No 1 keeper next season. •Burnley are hoping to sign Bournemouth defender Steve Cook. •Rio Ferdinand is poised to move his family back to the south of England, perhaps scuppering hopes Hull City had of tempting the Former Manchester United defender. •Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain faces World Cup heartbreak wi ...
SUN ON SUNDAY Manchester City will offer Bacary Sagna £7m per year to beat off competition for his signature from Manchester United. Roy Hodgson is not worried about the World Cup availability of Arsenal pair Jack Wilshere and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain. Stuart Pearce feels England keeper Joe Hart should be one of Roy Hodgson's five penalty takers if needed at the World Cup. Shola Ameobi has turned down a one-year extension to stay with Newcastle United and he is set to leave this summer. Norwich could appoint Malky Mackay as their new manager this week. West Brom are hoping to sign Cardiff striker Fraizer Campbell. Fulham have made Stoke striker Cameron Jerome one of their key summer transfer targets. Jermain Defoe claims he will 'never get over' being left out of England's World Cup squad. SUNDAY MIRROR Arsene Wenger will make Swansea striker Wilfried Bony his main summer transfer target West Brom could make a move for Arsenal coach Steve Bould as their new manager. Southampton fear they are under siege w ...
Arsenal v Hull City - FA Cup final teams Arsenal Manager Arsene Wenger kept faith with second-choice goalkeeper Lukasz Fabianski for Saturday's FA Cup final against Premier League rivals Hull City at Wembley Stadium. Fabianski, 29, usually provides back-up to Wojciech Szczesny, but he has stood in for his fellow Pole in this season's domestic cup competitions. Jack Wilshere was named on the bench for Arsenal after recently returning from a two-month lay-off with a fractured foot, but fellow England midfielder Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain missed out due to a groin problem. Arsenal's player of the season Aaron Ramsey was paired alongside Mikel Arteta in midfield, with Santi Cazorla, Lukas Podolski and record signing Mesut Ozil providing support for lone striker Olivier Giroud. Hull centre-back James Chester overcame a hamstring injury to line up in a three-man defence alongside captain Curtis Davies and Alex Bruce, the son of manager Steve Bruce. In the absence of cup-tied strikers Shane Long and Nikica Jelavic, ...
Wilshere gets help from critic Scholes Arsenal midfielder Jack Wilshere has sought advice on how to improve his game from Paul Scholes in the wake of the Former Manchester United man criticising his lack of progress. "He was right in a certain way," said Wilshere, who made his England debut at 18. "We had quite a good chat. "He explained it a bit better and told me what he thought I should work on." Wilshere made 24 league appearances for Arsenal this season as the Gunners finished in the Champions League qualification spots for the 17th consecutive year. Arsene Wenger's side looked likely to launch a title challenge, but heavy defeats by Liverpool and Chelsea hampered their campaign. A 2-2 draw with Swansea prompted Scholes to be critical of both Arsenal and Wilshere while working as a pundit for Sky Sports, views which Wenger strongly disagreed with. "When I first burst onto the scene there was all this noise and then I got injured," added Wilshere, who says he spoke to his family and contacted Gary Nev ...
Arsenal Manager Arsene Wenger feels the coming days will be crucial to Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain's World Cup hopes, but remains positive the midfielder will be fit for Brazil. The 20-year-old has been troubled by a groin problem which has sidelined him since the Barclays Premier League win at Hull on April 20, and is doubtful for the FA Cup final on May 17. By then, England boss Roy Hodgson will have named his 23-man squad for the World Cup - which is expected to include Jack Wilshere, who is in line to return from a fractured foot suffered on international duty at Norwich this weekend. Wenger remains confident of a positive outcome with regards to Oxlade-Chamberlain. 'If he gets over the next three or four days, he will be available. If he doesn't, then we have to rest him and see. The next three or four days will be vital for him,' said Wenger. Translate nya : Manajer Arsenal Arsene Wenger merasa beberapa hari mendatang akan sangat penting untuk harapan Piala Dunia Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, tapi tetap posi ...
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Arsenal Manager Arsene Wenger has revealed midfielder Jack Wilshere could be fit for the club's final league game of the season against Norwich on Sunday.
Jack Wilshere could make his Arsenal return on Sunday, Arsene Wenger has confirmed.
Arsene Wenger has claimed Jack Wilshere could return to face Norwich City on Sunday
Arsene Wenger has confirmed that Kieran Gibbs and Aaron Ramsey are both available for selection against Norwich and that Jack Wilshere could also play a part in the final Premier League game of the season. “Ramsey is available again, Wilshere could be in the squad again. Gibbs will be back, Chamberlain will still be out,” the boss told press this morning.Good news ahead of our FA CUP VICTORY
Arsene Wenger confirms England duo Jack Wilshere and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain will be fit for 2014 World Cup... But could miss Arsenal's remaining Premier League games Admin
Arsenal Manager Arsene Wenger has ruled out Alex Chamberlain with a groin injury and says he cannot put a timescale on the midfielder's return. Jack Wilshere and Kieran Gibbs remain on the sidelines, while Bacary Sagna is struggling to overcome a knee problem. West Brom defender Gareth McAuley looks set to return after missing the last two games with a calf injury. Steven Reid is doubtful with a groin problem, while Liam Ridgewell and Zoltan Gera should return next week. Depending on Everton's result against Manchester City, Arsenal might already be guaranteed a Champions League place for the 17th year in succession before they kick off against West Brom. If Everton lose this weekend, then Arsenal qualify whatever happens, while a point will be enough for the Gunners if Everton have drawn. An Arsenal win would make Everton's result irrelevant anyway. The challenge for the title is long gone, but Arsene Wenger feels his team are getting back to their creative and confident best and there is, of course, t . ...
Arsenal will be without Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, Jack Wilshere and Kieran Gibbs for Sunday's home game against West Brom, Arsene Wenger has confirmed.
LONDON (AFP) - Arsenal Manager Arsene Wenger is confident England boss Roy Hodgson won't be taking an undue risk in selecting Jack Wilshere for his World Cup squad, provided the midfielder is completely fit.Wilshere has been out of first-team action following the fractured foot he suffered while...
Friday 02 May 2014 Arsene Wenger has confirmed that England midfielder Jack Wilshere is nearing a return from the ankle injury that has put his World Cup participation in doubt, although he will definitely miss Arsenal’s clash with relegation-battlers West Brom on Sunday.
Arsenal Manager Arsene Wenger has reassured fans that England duo Kieran Gibbs and Jack Wilshere are not far away from returning for the club from injury.
The Gunners are also set to be without Jack Wilshere, Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain and Kieran Gibbs when Pepe Mel's men visit admits Manager Arsene Wenger
The Arsenal boss sympathises with the Scot, who was relieved of his duties on Tuesday, and believes quick-fire dismissals are a danger to the game Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger has expressed his sadness at David Moyes' departure from Manchester United, claiming the Scot should have been given more time at Old Trafford. Moyes was sacked on Tuesday, just two days after a damaging 2-0 loss to Everton at Goodison Park which left the club with no chance of qualifying for this season's Champions League. Ryan Giggs has since been placed in caretaker charge of the club, but Wenger has been left bemused by the axing of the ex-Preston manager. "I'm sad that he wasn't give him time," he told reporters on Friday. "I wish him well and it is part of the modern game. It is a big threat for our game." Wenger also confirmed that Jack Wilshere is "progressing well" as he recovers from injury, but revealed that Abou Diaby – who made his playing return in an Under-21 game earlier this week after recovering from ligament damag ...
Mikhail Dražen Dario Holligan Give Me Sport did an article on the top top 10 most injury-jinxed Premier League teams... Guess who is Arsenal Number of times a player has missed a match this season through injury: 256 Arsenal have more reason to cry foul over injury problems than any other team this season and here is the proof. Gunners boss Arsene Wenger has been without a first-team squad member on no fewer than 256 occasions this season, including Theo Walcott, Mesut Ozil, Jack Wilshere and Laurent Koscielny. Walcott's cruciate knee injury has been a crushing blow to their chances of turning a strong first half of the campaign into silverware of tangible progression domestically, last featuring in January and sidelined for the majority of 2014. Midfield maestro Aaron Ramsey started for the first time since Boxing Day against Wigan Athletic last weekend, an FA Cup semi-final in which Arsenal were missing no fewer than 11 star players. Remove perennial absentee Abou Diaby and Wenger still has genuine rea ...
Arsene Wenger has been speaking at his pre-match press conference today evening and gave Arsenal.com a Team News and injury update with the latest on the fitness of Laurent Koscielny, Tomas Rosicky, Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, Jack Wilshere, Lukas Podolski, Nacho Monreal and Aaron Ramsey. Understandably, the Wigan game has taken a lot out of the players and Arsene confirmed that Ramsey and Oxlade-Chamberlain are both suffering from fatigue and are doubts to face the Hammers. Rambo has only just returned from almost four months out and played over 100 minutes on Saturday, so it’s likely he won’t be risked from the start again tomorrow, and the same can be said of The Ox as he was carrying a knock in the weekend. The boss also revealed that Koscielny and Rosicky will face late fitness tests today to see if they can return to the squad, while Podolski is expected to shake off a minor muscular problem and Monreal is a doubt after he was forced off midway through the second half with a dead leg. There was als ...
Arsene Wenger has offered tremendous service to Arsenal over the years. His ability to win trophies without breaking the bank like other managers in Europe is unmatched. This is basically due to his ability to identify and nurture talents like those of George Weah, the only African to have attained world player of the year, Thierry Henry, whose career was resuscitated by Wenger, Robin Van Persie, Dennis Bergkamp, Jack Wilshere,Theo Walcott etc. However all this credit is at risk of going down the drain if he doesn't know the right time to exit just like many people in different positions. Arsene should work hard to win FA cup this season as his farewell trophy.
Whether he’s going or staying after this season ends, the FA Cup semi- final is as ‘must-win’ as they come for Arsene Wenger and Arsenal. It should be simple – Premier League team meets lower opposition needing to end their trophy drought, save their season and generally give their fans something to cheer about. But football is never that simple and straightforward, especially if you are an Arsenal fan. Arsenal will take to the Wembley pitch as favourites given their Premier League status. It makes no difference that they will be without Laurent Koscielny, Jack Wilshere, Theo Walcott, Mesut Ozil and Mathieu Flamini. Doubts that hang over the fitness of Tomas Rosicky, Kieran Gibbs and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain hold no sway, nor does the fact that Aaron Ramsey will likely be starting only his first match in over three months. Arsenal are the favourites and so they should be. Wigan, for all their cup heroics last season and this are a Championship side. Arsenal should know, they were the ones who releg ...
Arsenal have collected only two points in their last four games in the Premier League and Arsene Wenger has lamented about the lack of confidence in his squad as a key factor. Their recent form at Wembley is not very impressive either, as they have lost 2-1 to Chelsea in the 2009 FA Cup semi-finals and suffered a similar defeat to Birmingham City in the 2011 League Cup final. Wenger continues to endure selection limitations through injuries as Jack Wilshere (foot), Abou Diaby (knee), Laurent Koscielny (calf), Serge Gnabry (knee), Mesut Ozil (hamstring) and Theo Walcott (knee) are all out. Kieran Gibbs (ankle), Tomas Rosicky (thigh) and Alex Oxlade Chamberlain will have to pass a late fitness test if they are to be involved, but all three trained today. Mathieu Flamini picked up his tenth yellow card of the season when Arsenal lost 3-0 to Everton at Goodison Park last weekend, so Aaron Ramsey will probably get his first start this year by partnering Mikel Arteta in central midfield. Ramsey was crucial to A ...
Arsene Wenger is ready to thrust Aaron Ramsey straight back into Arsenal's FA Cup campaign. Ramsey came on as a second-half substitute in Sunday's loss at Everton after nearly four months out with a thigh injury. Wenger will be without Mathieu Flamini, who begins a two match ban, on top of the absences through injury of fellow midfielders Jack Wilshere, Mesut Ozil and Theo Walcott. With the North Londoners also acutely aware that they've got West Ham and Hull in quick succession after Saturday and Mikel Arteta and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain may not be able to play all three games, they could use on-loan Kim Kallstrom against Wigan. Keeper Lukasz Fabianski, who has played instead of first-choich Wojciech Szczesny throughout the cup run, is set to feature at Wembley after not making the Everton trip because of illness. -JCon
Arsene Wenger insists he will stick to his philosophy of promoting youth through the Arsenal ranks, despite calls to spend in the chase for silverware. The Frenchman has not lifted a trophy since 2005 and has come in for criticism from supporters in recent times for not spending big in order to help turn them into contenders both domestically and in Europe. Wenger has consistently looked to promote players from Arsenal's youth setup into the first team, with the likes of Cesc Fabregas, Jack Wilshere and Wojciech Szczesny all benefitting
Arsene Wenger is confident Jack Wilshere will prove Paul Scholes wrong: ARSENE WENGER hit back furiously at Pa... http:…
Paul Scholes to Arsene Wenger “They (Arsenal) capitulated at Chelsea and it seems to be a similar theme that happens when they play the top teams. For one reason or another players go missing. The players like Arteta, Cazorla, Rosicky and Ozil, it seems like they go on the pitch with no discipline. “There are no leaders like Patrick Vieira, Tony Adams or Martin Keown. When these players go 2-0 down they just carry on what they are doing they have a walk up front, lose the ball, play a nice little one-two and not even bother running back. “It’s Arsenal fans I feel sorry for because it is the same every year. They get a sniff of the title then they go to Chelsea and do nothing. The fans expect Arsenal to be going for the league but they’re a million miles away in my eyes. They need characters and leaders. “Jack Wilshere came on the scene and looked a top young player but he has never really gone on. He needs the characters like Vieira next to him to take him to the next level. He doesn’t look ...
By Wayne Veysey | Chief Correspondent Arsenal have no plans to offer Mikel Arteta a contract extension as the club set their sights on a new central midfielder, Goal understands. The Spaniard will have only a year remaining on his current deal in the summer but has been ignored in the recent flurry of fresh contracts handed to senior players. Arteta's future beyond this season is up in the air as the Gunners target central midfield reinforcements with a transfer kitty for new signings, upwards of £100million. The former Everton man has remained a first- team regular in his third season at Emirates Stadium but turned 32 on Wednesday and has noticeably struggled against top-class opposition this season. The lengthy absences of Jack Wilshere and Aaron Ramsey have helped Arteta keep his place in the team as Arsene Wenger puts his faith in his experienced campaigner and a player regarded as a leader and strong character in the dressing room. But the Spaniard could be surplus to requirements in the summer if, ...
Nacho Monreal is nearing a return to Arsenal training but won’t be able to face Manchester City, Arsene Wenger has confirmed. Aaron Ramsey is the next in line to make a comeback but there is no prognosis on Laurent Koscielny, Jack Wilshere and Mesut Ozil. However, non...
Arsenal dealt Ramsey blow With a growing injury list Manager Arsene Wenger had hoped Ramsey, Arsenal's star performer earlier in the season, would be fit for Sunday's vital North London derby at Tottenham Hotspur. "We have had to defer his comeback to full training a little so he is not available," Wenger said on Thursday. "He is having difficulties in the final stages of his rehab. It looks to be short-term." Record signing Mesut Ozil is also ruled out with a hamstring injury sustained in the Champions League defeat exit against Bayern Munich in midweek. Theo Walcott and Jack Wilshere are also long-term absentees, putting a huge strain on Arsenal's resources as they try and stay in the Premier League title race. "(Ozil) is out. I don't know for how long but it is a hamstring injury. There are scans going on," Wenger said. By the time third-placed Arsenal face Spurs on Sunday they could find themselves 10 points behind leaders Chelsea who are in action against Aston Villa on Saturday.
Arsene Wenger insists Arsenal have drawn belief from famous fightbacks as they attempt to turn around their Champions League tie at Bayern Munich. The Gunners appear to be facing an uphill task after the holders claimed a commanding 2-0 win in the first leg of the last-16 clash at the Emirates. Jack Wilshere's absence has not helped Arsenal's cause, with the midfielder sustaining a fractured foot on England duty, but Wenger still retains hope that his side can pull off a memorable rally in Germany on Tuesday night. Arsenal narrowly went out on away goals to Bayern last season after losing the first leg in London 3-1, while the North Londoners thrashed Inter Milan 5-1 away in a group game in 2003 following a 3-0 home defeat. "It is a possible task, that is the most important thing. My team has quality and ambition," said Wenger. "History is important in our belief. We know we can do it, because we have already done it (before). "The way to win is to produce a top-level performance and turn up with quality ...
Arsenal Manager Arsene Wenger revealed midfielder Jack Wilshere had taken some time away after he was ruled out for at least six weeks with a foot injury suffered on international duty with England.
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Arsene Wenger has tipped Arsenal's Jack Wilshere to overcome a broken foot in time to star for England in Brazil.
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Arsene Wenger has confirmed that the english playmaker Jack Wilshere will be out for 2 months because of a broke foot.
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Arsenal Manager Arsene Wenger has refused to blame anyone for the fractured foot suffered by his midfielder Jack Wilshere during England's friendly against Denmark on Wednesday. Wilshere was hurt when we went into a strong tackle with Danish defender Daniel Agger in the first half but after treatment he continued playing until the 58th minute. "I believe it was accidental and he will be out for six weeks," Wenger told reporters before Arsenal's FA Cup quarter-final against Everton on Saturday. "It is a blow for him and for us and we just want him to recover as quickly as possible to prepare for the rest of the season. "You can only be very down in a situation like this, especially in the first days. He has gone away for a few days to get over the disappointment and to think about something else." Wilshere, who will be out of action for up to eight weeks, has suffered a numbrt of injuries in his career including several to his ankle and foot. "This was an accident on his good ankle," Wenger said. "The tack ...
Jack Wilshere's injury just an accident, says Arsene Wenger:
Arsenal Manager Arsene Wenger believes Jack Wilshere's injury sustained on international duty is "a blow" for Arsenal.
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Arsene Wenger refuses to put blame on Roy Hodgson for allowing Jack Wilshere to play on with injury as Ar
Arsene Wenger has confirmed Arsenal midfielder Jack Wilshere will miss eight weeks as he recovers from a hairline fracture of his foot.
The Sun reports that the Football Association will face a £600,000 insurance claim for Jack Wilshere's injury, but Arsene Wenger says: "Our shock was losing a competitive player - the finance is not my main worry at the moment." He adds: "You want to encourage him to go to the World Cup and I will do absolutely everything to help him get there."
Much of the pressure is on the hosts, who produced a determined effort to sneak past Liverpool in the last round. The FA Cup is the trophy that Arsenal have the best chance of winning, particularly after a disappointing league defeat to Stoke City last time out, so Manager Arsene Wenger must be quick to ensure that his players are focused, with the second leg of their Champions League tie with Bayern Munich coming up on Tuesday. Everton were given a great deal of respect for their performance at the Emirates Stadium in December, gaining a late point thanks to Gerard Deulofeu. They enter this one looking for a first trophy in 19 years, but with renewed confidence after ending a recent slump with a narrow victory over West Ham United. And with the match-winner that day, Romelu Lukaku, set to return to the starting XI, they may fancy their chances. Arsenal are now without Jack Wilshere in what is another major injury setback. The England international will miss six weeks and thus joins Abou Diaby, Theo Walco ...
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Nobody is to blame! Arsene Wenger exonerates Daniel Agger with Jack Wilshere ruled out for eight weeks:
WILSHERE'S FUNNY INJURY Arsenal Manager Arsene Wenger few minutes ago confirmed that Jack Wilshere will miss a "maximum of eight games" due to a hairline fracture. I've heard of some funny injuries before e.g Glen Johnson punching the wall when he was at Chelsea. But wetin be dis wan againi? Abeg my pipu, which oda funny injury una remember? Tell me. ALOHA
Arsene Wenger is unhappy with Daniel Agger over the challenge that injured Jack Wilshere (Mirror). DMT.
Arsene Wenger come out and publicly spoken about the Jack Wilshere injury and has blamed Daniel Agger and Liverpool for intentionally trying to sabotage Arsenals title hopes. Is he for real? It's almost time for this *** to hang up his boots he is losing the plot.
Arsene Wenger is reportedly furious with Daniel Agger for his tackle on England midfielder Jack Wilshere during Wednesday's 1-0 win over Denmark.
The Chelsea manager is taking his Premier League title rivals very seriously, arguing that their promising young players have grown up and been joined by experienced heads Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho believes Arsenal cannot use youth as an excuse for failure this season as they are now a "mature" team. The Gunners have gone eight years without winning a trophy as Arsene Wenger has prized youth development over spending large sums of money to acquire established talent. But the North Londoners now lie just one point behind Premier League leaders Chelsea with 12 games left, and Mourinho interprets this as a sign that their talented youngsters have come of age. "Arsenal have spent many, many years working together, making these players grow up and achieve this maturity level," the Chelsea boss told the Daily Mail. "These guys, Jack Wilshere and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, Theo Walcott and Kieran Gibbs, they are not kids any more. They were kids but, in this moment, they are mature players. "The manager, with ...
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Olivier Giroud marked his return to action with two goals as Arsenal romped to victory over Sunderland. He stroked home an early opener after a deflected Jack Wilshere shot fell to him, and capitalised on a poor Santiago Vergini back-pass for his second. Tomas Rosicky clipped home a third after a neat Arsenal passing move with Laurent Koscielny heading the fourth. Emanuele Giaccherini produced a stunning late volley to end Arsenal's run of five Emirates clean sheets. Giroud had sat out the Gunners' previous two games, with Manager Arsene Wenger insisting the French striker needed a rest. But he looked thoroughly refreshed as he tormented a Sunderland team with one eye on their Capital One Cup final appearance next week. Even without the dropped Mesut Ozil, who shone on his debut in Arsenal's win at the Stadium of Light in September, Arsenal were rarely troubled by Gus Poyet's team. The Black Cats had barely touched the ball when Arsenal grabbed a fifth-minute lead as Giroud ended a run of four games witho ...
Goal readers tell Arsenal to drop out-of-form Ozil The 25-year-old missed from the spot early in Wednesday's Champions League clash and over half the votes suggested the German deserves to be shunted Arsenal midfielder Mesut Ozil must be dropped on the back of his poor performance against Bayern Munich in Wednesday's 2-0 defeat, according to Goal readers. Just over 50 per cent (1220 votes) of people voted in favour of Arsene Wenger dropping the €50 million record signing, though 44.1% (1068 votes) think the Germany international deserves to keep his spot in the Gunners' line-up, with 5.7% (137 votes) unsure. Ozil had a first-half penalty saved by Manuel Neuer in the Champions League first-leg last-16 clash at home to the Bundesliga leaders, with goals from Toni Kroos and Thomas Muller punishing his early error in the second half. He went missing in the latter 45 minutes and failed to put in sufficient defensive work once his side were reduced to 10 men, with Jack Wilshere berating his team-mate at one p ...
A TALL ORDER! Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger has seen his Gunners side go out in the first knockout round of the Champions League in each of the last three seasons. This time with Germany midfielder Mesut Ozil, signed by Wenger from Real Madrid last August, expected to start and Jack Wilshere returning to Arsenal's starting line-up he hopes to inflict a second defeat in 35 matches on European champions Bayern Munich.
Jack Wilshere has warned Bayern Munich that Arsenal will be more wily opponents when they face the European champions on Wednesday. Arsene Wenger's side gave themselves a mountain to climb when they suffered a 3-1 home defeat in the first leg against the Bavarian giants in the last 16 of the Champions League last season. Arsenal consigned the Bundesliga holders to a surprise 2-0 defeat in the second leg at the Allianz Arena, but the damage had already been done as they crashed out on away goals. Wilshere put the London club's disappointing first-leg display down to nerves and insists there will be no repeat performance when they lock horns once again in the first leg at the Emirates Stadium.
'We never had that maturity to play Bayern last season, but I think we've got our feet on the ground now. We're ready", are the words of Arsenal playmaker Jack Wilshere ahead of their Emirates showdown with Bundesliga heavyweights Bayern Munïch. Arsene Wenger is equally going tough on the tie, claiming that his lads are now playing with more intensity to withstand the Bavarians' swift counterattacks on the night
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Arsene Wenger & Jack Wilshere preview Bayern Munich clash, 'We have to stay in the game'
THE EPL BIGGEST GAME OF THE WEEKEND: ARSENAL BATTLE LIVERPOOL AT ANFIELD! Liverpool vs Arsenal Arsenal will have the big opportunity of underlining their title credential in the English Premier League when they travel to do battle with Brendan Rodgers' Liverpool at Anfield on Saturday afternoon lunch hour time. This is a game both sides need to win in order to solidify and open up point-gaps in their respective positions on the log. Arsenal are 8 points ahead of Liverpool who are 4th on the log with 47 points. In the reverse clash between the Gunners and the Reds at the Emirates in November last year, Arsenal thrashed Liverpool 2-0 with Santiago Cazorla and Aaron Ramsey shooting the side to victory. Arsenal go really miss Ramsey for this kind game o... LOL! Liverpool remain without injured defenders Glen Johnson and Daniel Agger, although both are expected to return to full training next week. Mamadou Sakho, Jose Enrique and Lucas Leiva are also ruled out. Arsenal will *** midfielder Jack Wilshere, who .. ...
BAR TUKU Manchester City manager Manuel Pellegrini voted Premier League manager of the month January,mean while sunderland winger Adam Johnson voted player of the month. Arsene Wenger confirms Jack Wilshere,Ramsey and Arteta fit to face Liverpool. Representatives of Paris Saint-Germain star Edinson Cavani have flown to London to discuss the future of their client. Manchester United captain Nemanja Vidic will leave at the end of this season. JOIN ALEXANDER OKIDI 3.30PM ON HEART BEAT SHOW FOR MORE LATEST SPORTS BROADCAST
Determined ‘Ox’ lifts Arsenal 03 February By Tom Hayward London - Arsenal’s Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain made a welcome return to goal-scoring form on Sunday to provide a timely lift for the injury-hit Premier League leaders. The England international, who missed five months of the season with a knee injury, played in an unfamiliar central midfield role and scored both goals in a 2-0 win over Crystal Palace. With Jack Wilshere, Aaron Ramsey, Abou Diaby and new signing Kim Kallstrom injured and Mathieu Flamini suspended, Oxlade-Chamberlain's performance was a huge boost for Manager Arsene Wenger. “He can play both wide and centrally, but certainly I think he will be a central midfielder in the future. He had a great game and scored two great goals and proved me right,” Wenger told reporters. “He has that surge of power which is so vital in the game today. He is also a good finisher and hopefully these two goals will give him some confidence as he is not always sure he is a good goalscorer. “He has ...
Arsenal are working on a deal to sign Sweden midfielder Kim Kallstrom on loan until the end of the season from Russian club Spartak Moscow. The 31-year-old would provide cover for the injured Aaron Ramsey and Jack Wilshere, with Mathieu Flamini suspended for the next three games. Gunners boss Arsene Wenger ruled out buying Schalke's Julian Draxler, but revealed he wanted a new midfielder.
DO YOU LIKE? Arsenal are pondering a late loan move for AC Milan’s Nigel de Jong to bolster their threadbare midfield, Sports Direct News understands. With Welshman Aaron Ramsey sidelined for up to six weeks, England man Jack Wilshere battling for full fitness and Mathieu Flamini suspended for four matches, boss Arsene Wenger has admitted the need for reinforcements
"Arsene Wenger wants to sign a striker and a midfielder today. It looks like the Gunners have failed to agree a deal for Julian Draxler so they are looking at Miroslav Klose and Alvaro Morata as potential loan options to strengthen their attack. Injuries to Jack Wilshere and Aaron Ramsey mean Wenger wants a central midfielder but I’m not sure he will be willing to pay £15m-plus for Southampton midfielder Morgan Schneiderlin. There’s a lot of talk about a loan move for Kim Kallstrom, a deal that would make little sense to me given they need an all-action type of player."
being left as the only fully fit central midfielder after Aaron Ramsey's latest setback, the Spaniard believes that the Gunners are capable of "dealing with it" Arsenal midfielder Mikel Arteta is unconcerned by the club's depleted midfield options and insists that Arsene Wenger's side will "deal with it". The Gunners saw Mathieu Flamini sent off in Tuesday's 2-2 draw at Southampton, which could prompt their usurpation at the top of the Premier League on Wednesday, while Aaron Ramsey has suffered a new thigh injury, Jack Wilshere has lingering ankle issues and Arteta himself has also spent time on the sidelines this season. Wenger is believed to have made an enquiry for Paris Saint-Germain's Blaise Matuidi as he seeks to replenish his midfield options but the Spaniard is confident that his side can work around their problems despite a demanding run of upcoming fixtures. "That happens and we have to deal with it," Arteta told the press. "The schedule is really busy now - we have some really tough games comi ...
"We have lost Flamini for three games and Ramsey, but overall I think Jack Wilshere will be back soon, so I think we'll be OK."-Wenger. No, we will not be OK. Arsene Wenger will be signing no one but himself. He has just signed a 3 year contract worth £8m a year.
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This was probably a game that Arsene Wenger expected Arsenal to win. However, by full-time, he must have been mightily relieved to escape with a 2-2 draw. - Report: Southampton 2-2 Arsenal Wenger's team selection was hampered by the absence of Aaron Ramsey, Jack Wilshere and Tomas Rosicky. The best Arsenal performances tend to include at least one of this energetic trio: they play a crucial role, injecting tempo into the midfield and forging links with the attack. Without that tireless triumvirate, Arsenal struggled. Wenger's side may have had an extra day's rest, but a feisty Southampton were first to every ball. For that reason, it was no great surprise when, after 21 minutes, Mauricio Pochettino's team took the lead. A deep cross from Luke Shaw was met by centre-half Jose Fonte, whose downward header beat Wojciech Szczesny at the near post. Szczesny will have been disappointed to be beaten in such a manner. It seems this match-up brings bad luck for Polish goalkeepers: in the reverse fixture at the Emi ...
Dear Arsenal supporter, It was a job well done on Friday night against Coventry. In the second half we dropped our pace a little bit and Coventry had some chances, but we started the match very strongly and we were strong again in the last 20 minutes when Olivier Giroud and Santi Cazorla gave us a lift after coming off the bench. Lukas Podolski scored twice and you know that when you have a goal chance you want it to fall to him. He is a clinical finisher and he has an unbelievably quick backlift. He is very accurate in his finishing. He can be effective whether he starts or comes off the bench, he is always dangerous. We saw Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain make his first start since the opening day of the season and it was good to see him back. I liked what he did in the centre of midfield, especially when we had the ball. Defensively he worked hard and it was interesting to see him and Jack Wilshere together. They could be a good partnership in the future for England as well. When Alex came off, Gedion Zelalem ...
Jack Wilshere is finding his best form just as the Premier League title race heats up, Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger said after the midfielder inspired the Gunners to a 2-1 win at Aston Villa on Monday.
Jack Wilshere coming back to his best form, says Arsène Wenger after Arsenal win at Aston Villa
WESTHAM VS ARSENAL Team News West Ham midfielder Kevin Nolan returns for the Boxing Day visit of Arsenal after completing a three-match ban. Manager Sam Allardyce will continue to select James Tomkins despite the defender being charged with assaulting a police officer. Arsenal midfielder Jack Wilshere will miss the game as he completes a two-match suspension. Laurent Koscielny could return, having missed the draw against Chelsea with a cut to his knee. MATCH PREVIEW Arsenal were frustrated by Chelsea on Monday night, with Arsene Wenger feeling that only one side wanted a football match to break out whilst the other was happy with a stalemate. That may be true, but it says something about Arsenal's lack of invention that they could still only muster one shot on target in the entire 90 minutes. A draw with Chelsea is not a bad result, but anything other than a win at West Ham would be seen as proof positive that the Gunners are not yet ready to stay the course in a title race. LAWRO'S PREDICTION Image of Ma ...
Liverpool will be top of the Premier League on Christmas Day after Arsenal and Chelsea played out a goalless draw in driving rain at the Emirates Stadium. Jose Mourinho's men wasted the two best chances of a cagey first half, with Frank Lampard striking the underside of the crossbar with a fierce volley and Willian forcing a low save from Wojciech Szczesny. Clear chances remained at a premium after the break, but Olivier Giroud spurned two big opportunities for either side on the night and Cesar Azpilicueta cleared Bacary Sagna's header off the line late on. Jose Mourinho made it 10 matches against Arsene Wenger as Blues manager without suffering defeat as the Gunners saw their winless Premier League run extended to three games. Wenger made four changes from the side beaten 6-3 by Manchester City last time out, Thomas Vermaelen replacing the injured Laurent Koscielny in defence, while Tomas Rosicky and Mikel Arteta came in for the suspended Jack Wilshere and Mathieu Flamini in midfield. Frank Lampard was ...
Arsenal Manager Arsene Wenger admitted Jack Wilshere may have to accept a ban for an apparent abusive hand gesture:
Jack Wilshere may have to accept ban for gesture - Arsene Wenger
Arsenal are expected to restore Jack Wilshere, Kieran Gibbs and Olivier Giroud to the starting line up after they were rested midweek. Bacary Sagna (hamstring) has been ruled out and Mathieu Flamini is doubtful having injured his groin against Hull. Everton have no new injury concerns so they could field the side that started in their win at Manchester United. Centre-back Antolin Alcaraz is included in the squad, but Leighton Baines, Arouna Kone and Darron Gibson are out. Despite their four-point lead at the top of the table, more than a few learned souls maintain that Arsenal won't win the title. Not CAN'T I should stress - of course they could; but they are yet to convince a lot of the football-watching public that they actually WILL. The main thrust of the naysayers' argument is that to this point the Gunners haven't faced their fiercest tests - other than losing at Manchester United. Well, judgement month is now upon us, with Arsene Wenger getting his side ready for Manchester City and Chelsea before ...
Arsene Wenger is expected to rest Jack Wilshere, Kieran Gibbs, Per Mertesacker and Meaut Özil tomorrow night
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Arsene Wenger believes Wojciech Szczesny did the right thing committing his future to Arsenal and challenged the Pole to become a goalkeeper of historic importance to the club. Praising the 23-year-old’s upturn in form since being dropped in March, the manager bracketed the stopper with Aaron Ramsey and Jack Wilshere as another successful example of the Gunners educating and promoting young talent. “He has already a vast experience,” Wenger told Arsenal Player ahead of Saturday’s trip to Cardiff. “That’s why I think it’s very good news for the Club that he has extended his contract. But rightly so as well because this Club has given him a huge chance at a very young age – and that is not common at in the top, top clubs.”
What do you think is the squad status for each player in the arsenal first team? (Doing this according to football manager) My opinion: Not needed by the club- Park Chu Young, Nicklas Bendtner Backup to the first team- Emmanuel Frimpong, Lukasz Fabianski, Emiliano Viviano Hot prospect for the future- Serge Gnabry, Ryo Miyaichi, Gedion Zelalem, Thomas Eisfield, Yaya Sanogo On rotation- Tomas Rosicky, Nacho Monreal, Carl Jenkinson, Kieran Gibbs, Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, Mathieu Flamini, Thomas Vermaelen, Abou Diaby Important first team player- Aaron Ramsey, Olivier Giroud, Bacary Sagna, Mikel Arteta, Laurent Koscielny, Theo Walcott, Lukas Podolski, Wojciech Szczesney Indispendable to the club- Per Mertesacker, Jack Wilshere, Mesut Ozil, Santi Cazorla ARSENE WENGER Thoughts? - Emandinho
Goalscoring Wilshere would be an England essential Arsenal Manager Arsene Wenger's bright mood was reflected in his joke to shrug off Mesut Ozil's missed penalty - agreeing a rare German blemish from the spot was "good news for England". The better news for Wenger and England manager Roy Hodgson was the two goals scored by Jack Wilshere, the first double of his career, as Arsenal moved to the brink of qualification for the Champions League knockout phase with a 2-0 win over Marseille. Hodgson is hardly in a slump, having guided England to the World Cup in Brazil by remaining undefeated in their group, but friendly losses to superior opposition in the shape of Chile and Germany have removed some of the optimism of qualification. The idea of a German superstar missing a penalty may appeal to any sense of mischief Hodgson harbours, but the thought of Arsenal's Wilshere fulfilling his promise, with the added gloss of goals, will be of more serious interest. Wilshere was the focal point of an Arsenal win that ...
Arsene Wenger got shirty with Mathieu Flamini last night after Jack Wilshere became the fastest gun in the Champions League. Midfield anchorman Flamini flouted a long-standing club tradition which dictates that Arsenal players all wear the same length sleeve as the captain. But with his team-mates following skipper Per Mertesacker's choice of long sleeves, Flamini took a pair of scissors to his white sleeves above the elbow and manager Wenger hissed: "I do not like that and he will not do it again. I was surprised, and we don't want that." Flamini sparked a dressing room row at Old Trafford earlier this month by tailoring his shirt in similar fashion for the 1-0 defeat by Manchester United - because the kits were embossed with poppy emblems for Remembrance Day and were being auctioned for charity. But the French international was unrepentant last night and hit back: "I've been playing at top level for 10 years, I like to wear short sleeves - that's what I like to do."
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Arsenal Manager Arsene Wenger believes a successful season with the Gunners can only help drive their World Cup hopefuls on to success in Brazil. Jack Wilshere, Kieran Gibbs, Theo Walcott, Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain and even full-back Carl Jenkinson are all in the mix to make Roy Hodgson's England squad for next summer's showpiece tournament. France trio Bacary Sagna, Olivier Giroud and Laurent Koscielny - who could be banned for the start of the World Cup after his red card in the first-leg play-off against Ukraine - will also be hoping to make an impact in Brazil, along with Belgium defender Thomas Vermaelen, Germans Per Mertesacker, Lukas Podolski and Mesut Ozil, while Santi Cazorla and Nacho Monreal will both be determined to be in Spain's squad. While always focused on putting the interests of Arsenal first, the French coach sees no reason why his players cannot fulfil all of their ambitions whether it be domestic, European or international in 2014. "You do what is right for the club. If the players can ...
INTERNATIONAL FOOTBALL HEADLINES ***Juventus midfielder Arturo Vidal will be allowed to face Livorno in the Serie A despite missing two friendlies for Chile. Vidal withdrew from his national team's matches against England and Brazil after injuring his thigh in the second-half of Juventus' 3-0 victory over Napoli on November 10. ***Real Madrid full-back Marcelo has returned to training but is still unsure of when he will make a return to the first team. ***Arsenal Manager Arsene Wenger has denied there is a rift between Arsenal and the FA over England's use of Jack Wilshere in two friendlies last week. (The Independent) *** Manchester City striker Sergio Aguero has ruled out a move away from the Ethiad despite being linked with Real Madrid. (Daily Mirror) ***Xabi Alonso said he insisted Spain will improve their form before defending their World Cup title after a shock loss to South Africa. The World Cup and European champions suffered the 1-0 friendly defeat to the South Africans on Tuesday after putting i ...
Jack Wilshere has claimed England need to toughen up after he was left nursing a sore calf from England’s Chile lesson , but also compared the South American side to Barcelona. The Arsenal midfielder is hoping England can learn from the pain and make sure it does not get any worse against Germany. Wilshere, 21, took a whack against Chile which is certain to worry Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger who is already anxious that he does not get injured on international duty. But rather than moan about it, Wilshere says England should actually learn from Chile’s box of dirty tricks and be a bit smarter themselves by committing the odd foul to break up play. Wilshere said: “I got a dead calf. Against South American opposition, you expect little fouls like that and I’ll be OK. “South American teams like to make little fouls and break the game up which is frustrating but we could learn a bit from them sometimes. “Maybe if we could pick that up from their character, a little foul here and there like they did d ...
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SuperSport Football shared the following link and had this to say about it: Arsenal's Jack Wilshere and Kieran Gibbs are doubtful for the Champions League Group F trip to last season's runners-up Borussia Dortmund with coach Arsene Wenger eager to make amends for last month's loss to the Germans. Wenger says people have been skeptical about them this season but today they will increase their confidence and get t...
On Wednesday, Arsene Wenger's side will travel to Germany for the return match with Dortmund. The Yellows have played eight matches at home this term, winning all of them. What's more, they won all six of their home matches in the competition last term. Injuries have ruled both Sebastian Kehl and Ilkay Gundogan out of the clash, while full-back Lukasz Piszczek will sit out the contest following summer surgery to correct hip and groin problems. Meanwhile, Mathieu Flamini will be absent for Arsenal because of a groin complaint. There is also a doubt over the availability of both Jack Wilshere and Kieran Gibbs because of injury.
Arsenal’s weakness unveiled but Nicklas Bendtner and Carl Jenkinson not to blame Matt Littlechild• Matt's Match Review October 30, 2013 1 Arsenal 0 Chelsea 2 – Frailties Exposed As Arsenal Endure League Cup Exit Arsenal crashed out of the Capital One Cup after a 2-0 defeat against Chelsea at the Emirates Stadium. Whilst it wasn’t an “end of the world” type defeat, any kind of loss to those bellends is a particularly unpleasant one, but one that we probably deserved to lose in the balance of the game. Arsene Wenger made plenty of changes to the side that beat Crystal Palace at the weekend, with Lukasz Fabianski, Carl Jenkinson, Nacho Monreal, Tomas Rosicky, Ryo Miyaichi, Nicklas Bendtner and captain Thomas Vermaelen all getting rare starts. Aaron Ramsey continued in midfield alongside Santi Cazorla, with Jack Wilshere also starting the game. Chelsea enjoyed the majority of the early possession as Arsenal failed to get going, but chances were few and far between with most of the goalmouth action ...
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Crystal Palace will begin life without manager Ian Holloway against Premier League leaders Arsenal at Selhurst Park this weekend at 1445hrs. Palace are yet to appoint a new manager. For the time being, Palace will be under the leadership of Holloway's former assistant Keith Millen, but rumours are rife that ex-Stoke City manager Tony Pulis could be the next man in the hotseat. Going through such a transition is not ideal for Palace, who will have to face in-form Arsenal after securing just one victory out of eight league fixtures in the campaign. In contrast, Arsene Wenger's Gunners side are at the top of the table having remained unbeaten in their last seven fixtures, their latest being a 4-1 win over Norwich City. In the five times that these two sides have played against each other, Arsenal have come out on top three times, while Palace have not grabbed one victory over the North London outfit. Palace are likely to stick with Marouane Chamakh and Dwight Gayle up front, while Jack Wilshere could miss o ...
Jack Wilshere says Gunners will bounce back from their loss to BVB yesternight while boss Arsene wenger said the loss as a result of their naivity. Do you agree with them??? Admin-petrliyong
Jack Wilshere is hoping to be fit for Saturday’s match at Crystal Palace despite sustaining a knock to his troublesome ankle although Manager Arsene Wenger says the England midfielder will be assessed over the next couple of days. The England international was replaced by Santi Cazorla just before the hour mark having struggled to get his passing game going – he had only a 65% pass completion rate according to – following lengthy medical treatment in the first half. Talking about the problem after the game, Wilshere stressed it wasn’t a major problem. “It was one of those things. I jarred my ankle and I’ve done it before. I know, five or 10 minutes, I could run it off.
Arsene Wenger withdrew Jack Wilshere from the heat of battle against Borussia Dortmund on Tuesday and said he may have to protect the midfielder from his own desire to play. Wilshere was substituted after an hour of the 2-1 Champions League defeat, having appeared to labour with an ankle injury. "You could see he was not completely himself and that's why I decided to take him off. I think at the moment it's his desire to play, absolutely, but you could see tonight he was handicapped after the first tackle of the game. He landed awkwardly and he looked to me that he was limping a little bit." "I'll see how he responds in the next two or three days but I will have to wait for the medical assessment." -fefe
Dortmund’s defensive dilemma Jurgen Klopp’s side have had a host of injury problems this season. Midfield playmaker Ilkay Gundogan is a long-term absence through injury, while first choice right-back Lukasz Piszczek is out until November. Mats Hummels is likely to return to the side after missing last weekend’s 1-0 victory over Hannover through suspension. On paper, Dortmund’s strongest available line-up is as follows: Wilshere and Ramsey... or Ramsey and Wilshere? Arsenal have their own injury problems, with Arsene Wenger today confirming that Mathieu Flamini is set to miss the Dortmund game through injury. That’s a huge blow for the Gunners, as the Frenchman has been vital in adding some solidity to their normally lightweight midfield. In his place, Wenger may decide to partner Mikel Arteta with Jack Wilshere, and ask the Englishman to do a more restrained job than usual, curtailing his attacking threat somewhat for more energy in the middle. Nacho Monreal, meanwhile, could return to the team ...
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Arsene Wenger vows to discipline Jack Wilshere after he was caught smoking:
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Atletico Madrid can replicate Borussia Dortmund's surprise run in the Champions League in 2013-14, according to Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger. Everton full-back Seamus Coleman has backed former manager David Moyes to succeed at Manchester United after a tough start to the season. Jack Wilshere has ranked England's upcoming World Cup qualifiers against Montenegro and Poland as his biggest career test to date. Chicharito has urged David Moyes to give him more opportunities as a starter at Manchester United. Eagles opened training Tuesday in Abuja ahead a World Cup playoff in Ethiopia but Victor Moses and Emmanuel Emenike are still being expected. Kano Pillars are back on top of the Nigeria league after a late 1-0 win over title rivals Enyimba in a replayed tie in Lokoja on Tuesday. Heartland have embarked on a pay strike, saying they have lost confidence in the Imo State Government. Nigerian coach Ambrose Duru has been sacked by Uganda Premier League side Vipers Sports Club. Arsenal and Liverpool must pay £30 ...
Arsene Wenger: Atletico Madrid can be this season's Dortmund. - Jack Wilshere: ''I don't want Adnan Januzaj to play for England.'' - Sandro Rosell : Iniesta will stay & I like Courtois. -Deago Costa : "Spain has given me everything" - Sami Khedira believes the 'genius' of Mesut Ozil will help to end Arsenal's long wait for Premier League title success.
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Arsene Wenger has praised Jack Wilshere from his performance yesterday in the clubs away draw against West Brom.
Arsenal Manager Arsene Wenger says he has yet to speak to midfielder Jack Wilshere regarding smoking.
Arsene Wenger hails Jack Wilshere after he scores for Arsenal.
Arsene Wenger has praised Jack Wilshere's character. Hear from them both as Arsenal return to the top of the Premier Lea…
West Brom 1 Arsenal 1 Jack Wilshere rescued a point for the Gunners as a deflected shot earned a point for Arsenal in an entertaining match that could of went either way. The leveler sent Arsenal back to the top of the Premier League summit with Liverpool going into the international break. The Baggies, fresh from downing Manchester United last weekend, had ample opportunity to extend their lead after Claudio Yacob headed home a Morgan Amalfitano cross in the 42nd minute. But it was Arsenal who ended the game in the hunt for the points after Wilshere, looking to replace reports of late night smoking with more positive headlines, scored with a deflected first-time shot from 20 yards, to the fans humor who were chanting ‘he smokes what he wants’. Arsene Wenger went on to praise the English midfielder as his best second half of football this season, overshadowing 42.5 million signing Mesut Ozil since his arrival from Real Madrid.
After smokinp weed Arsene Wenger has hailed the 'character' of Jack Wilshere after the midfielder rescued a point for Arsenal at West Brom.
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Arsenal Manager Arsene Wenger says that Jack Wilshere responded well at The Hawthorns following a difficult week in the media spotlight.
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West Bromwich Albion proved once again, why they beat the champions at their home, and frightened the present toppers, Arsenal. The Hawthorns stadium was the best place, the Baggies, Westbromwich Albion could make it to the top ten, where they terrified Arsenal with a game type much similar to Manchester United, which they are not able to play now a days. Arsenal was facing a second defeat in the league, when the consistent attacks by the Baggies resulted in a goal from Yacob, three minutes before half time. Arsenal took another 20 long minutes to equal them, by a goal from Jack Wilshere, assisted by Tomas Rosicky, at 62nd minute, which he shot from outside the box, got deflected and went in. It was clear that Arsenal is worried, and is facing much pressure, by the injuries to key players. Carl Jenkinson, was not enough to fill the gap left by Bacary Sagna, who missed the match because of injury. The Arsenal midfield was not much tight, compared to previous games, and added to that, the Albion players co ...
Arsene Wenger was pleased with the character shown by Jack Wilshere's despite a below-par performance. (Daily Mail)
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Jack Wilshere has received a stern warning from Arsene Wenger after he was photographed smoking outside of a club. His spokesperson has claimed it was part of a prank in which he was dared to 'momentarily hold' the *** (LOOOL) and that the England ace does NOT smoke. -Nick
Arsene Wenger has criticised Jack Wilshere after the Arsenal midfielder was pictured in a national newspaper smoking.
Arsenal Manager Arsene Wenger has said Jack Wilshere's smoking is unacceptable and will challenge the player about it. -german-
But dad, I was just holding it for Aaron Ramsey!” Arsene Wenger raps Jack Wilshere after the midfielder was pictured smoking outside a London nightclub
Wilshere’s smoking Incident is Shocking –Arsene Wenger Arsenal manager, Arsene Wenger has described the smoking incident involving one of his players, Jack Wilshere as shocking. Wilshere according to the BBC was “pictured with a cigarette outside a London nightclub after Tuesday’s 2-0 Champions League win over Napoli.”
Arsene Wenger said he "completely disagrees" with Jack Wilshere's smoking habits and will ask him to stop
"You don't need to convince me because I must tell you, I travelled as a football player on coaches after games in France where you didn't see each other, there was so much smoke on the coach! "Everybody smoked. But times have changed and the healthy worry, the example, the role models from the football players request has changed as well. - Arsene Wenger on Jack Wilshere after he was captured with a cigarrete in his mouth.
Arsene Wenger has rebuked Jack Wilshere for smoking after the England midfielder was caught with a cigarette outside a nightclub in London. Why is the world so against smoking? Has Wenger gone too far or is he absolutely right?
Is Jack Wilshere better off at Manchester United? Arsenal may not need Jack Wilshere but Manchester United need him more than ever In the first half of Arsenal's Champions League tie against Napoli last night, the Gunners showed a brand of football so slick and so impressive that the strongest team in the Serie A were simply blown away. The match saw the top-placed Premier League team meet the top-placed Serie A team and many were expecting problems for Arsene Wenger's men. But Arsenal piled on the pressure in the opening 45 minutes scoring two quick goals courtesy of Mesut Ozil and Olivier Giroud, which proved to be an unassailable lead. This devastating brand of football was done with Arsenal's golden boy Jack Wilshere on the bench. If the form of Aaron Ramsey, Mathieu Flamini and Ozil continue in the same vain, that may be a position Wilshere will have to get used to. The last handful of games has seen Wilshere moved out of his natural central position on to the left wing - something he clearly isn't c ...
Mikel Arteta back as Arsene Wenger hails Aaron Ramsey ahead of Stoke clash ARSENAL midfielder Mike Arteta could be in the squad to face Stoke on Sunday with Arsene Wenger lauding the in-form Aaron Ramsey as he faces the side who he suffered a horrendous leg break against in 2010. Arteta is yet to play this season after suffering a thigh injury, but he returned to training today. Wenger has played Ramsey alongside Jack Wilshere in a deeper role in Arteta's absence, which has been rewarded with some impressive performances from the Welshman. But Arteta's return is important for Wenger, who believes the Spaniard is a key member of his team. "The only player who could come back into the squad is Arteta," said Wenger. "He comes back into full training today, [and] I have to make the decision about him tomorrow morning. "He's very influential and he's one of the leaders of the team and is a technical leader as well. We are happy to have him back because at the moment with the number of injuries we have we are a ...
Arsène Wenger: Jack Wilshere ready to sacrifice himself for Arsenal.
The Wilshere/Ozil axis Arsenal Manager Arsene Wenger was waxing lyrical about the fledgling midfield partnership being forged by the thrillingly gifted duo of Jack Wilshere and Mesut Ozil ahead of the trip to Marseille, but this game posed a question over whether the arrival of one will, in fact, hamper the progress of another. Wilshere's free role in the Arsenal midfield appears to have been taken by the £42.4 million record signing Ozil and even though the England youngster had more than enough class to make his mark in the less adventurous role he was asked to play at the Stade Veledrome, he played, to use an expression oft-used by his manager, with the handbrake on as he did a job for his team that did not involve him leading from the front. - Report: Marseille 1-2 Arsenal Drifting from a role on the left side of midfield to plug the gaps that emerged when Arsenal flocked forward in numbers, this was a 21-year-old midfielder adding yet another string to his golden bow, but you wonder if he will relis ...
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