The injuries are still going on to obstruct the West Ham man. Jack Wilshere has suffered another injury setback with midfielder West Ham struggling to return from surgery of ankle. The 26-year-old career has been affected by injury issue underwent a small surgery in September and is predicted to be sidelined for nearly six weeks.
But, Wilshere still has to take a rest because of some inflammation around the ankle, which means he cannot continue the training and pushing his likely return date back to November. “Jack felt a bit of pain the last two days here, so he needed more time to recover,” Manuel Pellegrini revealed. Wilshere, who joined Hammers on a free transfer from Arsenal in the summer, had started all four West Ham Premier League matches before being wounded against Wolves on September 1.
Jack Wilshere supports NCF Elites, offering special education for children of all ages. Former Arsenal coach Paul Johnson, member of Arsene Wenger’s backroom team for 22 years, and NCC director Nick Cook has organized and runs sessions at the College of North East London in Enfield. It is designed to help talented youngsters with the best coaching that can help them reach the Gothia Youth World Cup – the biggest youth tournament on the planet.
West Ham’s former midfielder Wilshere took time to see the professional technical sessions before talking to the children to encourage them in the future. Wilshere said, “All I wanted to do was play football and there were opportunities like this, but there seems to be no facility like this or coaching organization. It was more, ‘Get a ball and go down in the park.’
Arsenal star Henrikh Mkhitarayan has been confidently saying that Arsenal is on the correct path despite the two losses which took place towards the beginning of the season. The team knows where it’s heading. Mkhitarayan achieved one goal and helped the other one in 3-2 loss against Chelsea last weekend. Despite not achieving victory, the Armenian is quite happy with the approach shown by Unai Emery wherein it would play out from the back as it would work well in time. The team is not happy with the result; however, they know where they are going and how to buck up. They indeed had a tough schedule as they played Chelsea and Manchester City but they had to face this challenge, some day or the other.
Mkhitarayan said they did their best, but it is a game and winning and losing is a part of it. The best part is that they are positive and believe in themselves. This way, they would continue working hard and show ultimate results. It is only the initial few games that they lost, but there are many more to go. The team is doing its best now as Arsenal would play with West Ham and they would need a victory to being creating momentum under Emery as he inherits a team which scored 6th
place in the Premier League last season.
Belgium take on England in a crucial third place play-off match. Both teams have had a major disappointment in the semi-final as they were hoping to reach the final of the competition. However, even in third place finish will be positive for both teams. Belgium have never been to the semifinals in the past but this is one of the most talented teams of the World Cup. England have been able to reach the semifinals after World Cup 1990 but they were unable to win the title for the first time since 1966.
England have been less than spectacular so far in the tournament but there have been occasions when they have dismantled opposition – largely due to the brilliance of Harry Kane. Belgium, meanwhile, have been the opposite with the team dominating throughout the tournament – and even in the semi-final against France. Belgium are undoubtedly the favourites coming into the match. One of the strong points of Belgium is the ability to score goals and this talented team has a number of players like Kevin De Bruyne, Eden Hazard, and Romelu Lukaku on good form.
Arsenal striker Chuba Akpom has outrageously claimed that Jack Wilshere is one of the best English footballers of all time. Akpom, who is currently on a short-term loan with STVV, gave his surprise opinion shortly after a league game in the Jupiler league. Speaking to reporters, he said: “For me, Jack Wilshere is the best English footballer of all time. From Arsenal’s academy, he made it to the Premier League, and he became my idol. Jack is a natural talent, with an elegant control of the ball.”
Obviously, Wilshere has the natural ability of producing top-class performances on his day, but to compare him with some of the legends of the English game seems bizarre. The 26-year-old has had numerous injury concerns over his time at the Emirates, and this has hampered his progress to the point that the club were willing to offload him last summer. (more…)
Arsenal legend Ray Parlour believes Jack Wilshere should following the route taken by compatriot Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain at the end of the campaign. The England international has just four months left on his existing deal at the Emirates Stadium, and Parlours feels the 26-year-old should pursue fresh pastures elsewhere.
In a report covered by The Star, Parlour suggested that Wilshere may have to consider his Gunners future, if he is to progress further in his playing career. He continued to take the example of Oxlade-Chamberlain, who has earned plenty of plaudits since leaving the Gunners for a move to Liverpool earlier in the summer.
Arsenal midfielder Jack Wilshere has been tipped to follow former Gunner Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain to Liverpool at the end of the current campaign. The England international has just five months left on his existing deal at the Emirates Stadium, and talks over an extension are still ongoing between him and the club.
According to The Sun, Jurgen Klopp could make his second raid in as many seasons on the Gunners with Wilshere available on a free transfer, should he decline a new contract with the north London side. Wilshere become a regular under Arsene Wenger during Aaron Ramsey’s time on the sidelines with a hamstring injury, and his performances caught the eye of several pundits as well as national team coach Gareth Southgate.
There are strong rumours that Serie A champs Juventus are willing to pay for Jack Wilshere’s services. The Arsenal playmaker is yet to sign a new deal with the Emirates Stadium. He has been impressive in recent showings after returning from injury.
The 26-year old was reportedly offered a new deal but with a pay cut – well largely due to his injury proneness. Aside the uncertainty over the future of Alexis Sanchez and Mesut Ozil, the club has a lot of issues to sort out. Francis Coquelin and Theo Walcott recently left the club and Arsenal are set to sign Borussia Dortmund man Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang. (more…)
Jack Wilshere needs to leave Arsenal if he wants regular first team football and the chance to make a claim for the England squad for the World Cup in Russia next year according to former Watford striker Odion Ighalo.
The 25-year-old midfielder was once seen as the future of English football but a series of crippling ankle injuries has seen his career stall over the past couple of seasons which culminated in a loan spell at Bournemouth last season.
Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger has admitted that Jack Wilshere is hitting form in training as he prepares for his first appearance in the Gunners shirt this season.
The England international played no part in the club’s pre-season tour of Australia and China as he was recovering from a hairline fracture on his leg.
Wenger has opted to rest the likes of Aaron Ramsey and Mesut Ozil ahead of Thursday’s Europa League clash against Cologne, and the Frenchman has hinted that Wilshere could play a part in the game, he said: “There was always a huge pressure on him to come back as quickly as possible and to expect a lot. He’s on a good way in training. He’s getting stronger and stronger every day, and that’s what we want from him. He was injured at the start of the season from last season, so he was a bit behind the other players but he’s getting better and better. Every game is an opportunity for him and this season’s a good opportunity for him as well.” (more…)