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    The knives have been out for Wilshere ever since he appeared. I remember calls for Jack in 2012 and I can find them on this forum if I look. A cocky Englishman can play a bit, ''why doesnt he hoove it?'' An Englishman whio can play? WITCHCRAFT!!!!
    Scapegoat? London?


    Jack is the future of England

    Just imagine it.....an Englishman who likes to play football
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    Jack Wilshere has more talent in his left foot than the rest of the 2014 England midfield

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    Not even a guaranteed starter for Arsenal is he? One of the most overrated players in the last few years.
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    He's a big mouth with limited football skill. He's like Walcott in that he'll have the occasional good game and then drift back into mediocrity. God, I hope he tries to take on the wrong guy and he gets slugged right in the teeth. Nasty player.
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    (Original post by Genocidal)
    He's a big mouth with limited football skill. He's like Walcott in that he'll have the occasional good game and then drift back into mediocrity. God, I hope he tries to take on the wrong guy and he gets slugged right in the teeth. Nasty player.
    He's nothing like Walcott


    On topic: the boys an absolute legend will surpass iniesta within the next 18 months and go down as the best ever premier league player, perhaps best ever player in world football if he fulfils his potential
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    Lol, Wilshere's attempts to look 'ard are always completely ruined by the amount of time he spends rolling around crying and moaning. I'm pretty sure sometimes when he's just sitting on the ground not bothering to get up he could get in a legit power nap.
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    (Original post by baconbutty)
    He's nothing like Walcott


    On topic: the boys an absolute legend will surpass iniesta within the next 18 months and go down as the best ever premier league player, perhaps best ever player in world football if he fulfils his potential
    And no reasoning why you disagree? He's inconsistent, pront to injury, and has a huge ego over nothing. Yes, you can show me the occasional great goal, but he's still inconsistent. It's only because he's English we even remember his name.

    Based on your second statement, I must assume you're trolling. The only way he will ever surpass Iniesta is if Iniesta quits.
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    (Original post by Genocidal)
    And no reasoning why you disagree? He's inconsistent, pront to injury, and has a huge ego over nothing. Yes, you can show me the occasional great goal, but he's still inconsistent. It's only because he's English we even remember his name.

    Based on your second statement, I must assume you're trolling. The only way he will ever surpass Iniesta is if Iniesta quits.
    Walcott is the best right winger in the league

    Lets remenisce about 2011 when jacky wilsha made iniesta and co look like a pub team. After watching that game I instantly knew jack the lad was a once in a generation type player and his goal at Norwich last season just shows he's on track for a 2016 ballon dor
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    Walcott is the best right winger in the league

    Lets remenisce about 2011 when jacky wilsha made iniesta and co look like a pub team. After watching that game I instantly knew jack the lad was a once in a generation type player and his goal at Norwich last season just shows he's on track for a 2016 ballon dor
    I agree. He was on track to do a lot of things back then, but it's obvious he's never recovered from that injury. He's slower, far less skillful, and I would go as far as to say he isn't as confident as he once was.
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    (Original post by Genocidal)
    I agree. He was on track to do a lot of things back then, but it's obvious he's never recovered from that injury. He's slower, far less skillful, and I would go as far as to say he isn't as confident as he once was.
    He's in the 'Aaron Ramey period' of mediocrity following a long term injury. I have absolutely no doubt that he will pull away to become one of the gretaest midfielders, like what Ramsey did last season.
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    Why do you even care?

    And yes he is over rated but he counts as one of Arsenal's homegrown players so o.O.
 
 
 
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