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Jack Wilshire - Jack Is Back (Sort Of)

Postby The GFP » July 30th, 2012, 5:11 pm

Just before the end of last season Wenger said Jack was fit but did not want to rush him back

At the end of last season some paper said Jack told them he was fit & furious that Wenger would not let him go to the Olympics

This summer there were rumours that Jack would not be back until september

Now i have read Jack is out until late october http://www.thesun.co.uk/sol/homepage/sp ... liest.html

They quote Wenger “Hopefully, we will get Wilshere back playing for October.

“With Abou Diaby returning, it will be like signing two new players. This season, the squad will be strong and competitive.”

Arsenal have played 7 of their 10 pre season games and jack has not played a single second

So this complete and utter fuck up continues with no one apparently knowing what is wrong or when he will be back ffs

His last game ... 22nd May 2011 - Fulham 2 - 2 Arsenal

14 months out, even players with broken legs are not out that long
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Re: Jack Wilshire - Was It Bullshit

Postby pwned » September 1st, 2012, 12:43 am

My question is how did he hurt another part of his body while out injured?
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Re: Jack Wilshire - Was It Bullshit

Postby The GFP » September 1st, 2012, 10:32 pm

rosicky was exactly the same as was diaby & verminator to a lesser extent

its often been rumoured that the club doctors/physios are shit and keep missing stuff or wrongly diagnosing stuff
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Re: Jack Wilshire - Was It Bullshit

Postby pwned » September 4th, 2012, 10:22 pm

The GFP wrote:rosicky was exactly the same as was diaby & verminator to a lesser extent

its often been rumoured that the club doctors/physios are shit and keep missing stuff or wrongly diagnosing stuff

watch this video and try not to laugh at all the bullshit thats bein said
http://www.arsenal.com/team-news

"a lot of uefa evidence, a lot of studies"
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Re: Jack Wilshire - Was It Bullshit

Postby The GFP » September 5th, 2012, 7:20 pm

"its a fact we dont suffer any more injuries than anyone one else"

BULLSHIT

notice how the music gets louder when they are lying

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Re: Jack Wilshire - Was It Bullshit

Postby crazy gooner » September 23rd, 2012, 9:47 am

I reckon there has been lies about Wilshere or poor diagnosing of his injury. At least he is back in training now properly, should be back within three weeks playing. As long as the other guys are playing well etc, he doesn't have to be rushed back.
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Re: Jack Wilshire - Was It Bullshit

Postby The GFP » September 23rd, 2012, 10:26 pm

16 months out for no actuall diagnosed issue just a chain of issues, very strange, just like vermaelen who im sure said he was miss-diagnosed and if he had been correctly diagnosed he (verm) would have only been out for a few weeks
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Re: Jack Wilshire - Jack Is Back (Sort Of)

Postby The GFP » September 28th, 2012, 5:36 am

Ive changed the title to "Jack Is Back (Sort Of)" as he is on the comeback trail and is making his first start on monday in the "U21 Premier League"

West Bromwich Albion U21 v Arsenal U21 (Monday 1st October 2012 @ 2pm)

He will be playing and i hope he gets through it as with him we can win the title as we wont be relying on him like we were 15 months ago as we have such a strong midfield he will have less pressure and more freedom to play
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