Essay // Arsenal: Why Jack Wilshere’s Return is a Blessing

Jack Wilshere’s return from injury can only turn out positive for the Gunners, as they set to enter a crucial stage of their campaign. The loss to Norwich has heated matters up at the Emirates as Wenger looks for a steady rhythm in performance.

After more than a year of inaction, the talented midfielder makes his long-awaited comeback. “I think the team is hungry and knows that there is no room for complacency and no reason why we should be complacent.” were Wenger’s words to Norwich Evenining News. Even if the loss to Norwich that followed came as a shock, Arsenal seemed to be responsible for the own demise with a lacklustre display at Carrow Road.

The recent injury list at the Emirates has been limiting… CLICK HERE TO CONTINUE READING

21.10.2012 | Danny J. D’Purb |


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