Jack Wilshere

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Re: Jack Wilshere

Postby Northern Gooner » Wed Jan 16, 2013 9:19 pm

Once again our best player by a mile, why can't the others try as hard as him, give him the captains armband now he leads by example.
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Postby cas » Wed Jan 16, 2013 9:27 pm

We're a one man team.
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Re: Jack Wilshere

Postby wilko331984 » Wed Jan 16, 2013 9:43 pm

Northern Gooner wrote:Once again our best player by a mile, why can't the others try as hard as him, give him the captains armband now he leads by example.

Do you want him to leave? :lol:

I would like to see him with arteta and Santi given a rest cos he looks knackered. We definately need a signing in the diaby role to protect the defence. Jack is definitely the player to build a team around.
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Re: Jack Wilshere

Postby Northern Gooner » Wed Jan 16, 2013 9:51 pm

wilko331984 wrote:
Northern Gooner wrote:Once again our best player by a mile, why can't the others try as hard as him, give him the captains armband now he leads by example.

Do you want him to leave? :lol:

I would like to see him with arteta and Santi given a rest cos he looks knackered. We definately need a signing in the diaby role to protect the defence. Jack is definitely the player to build a team around.


I was forgetting about the curse on seconds thought keep that band away from him! :D
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Re: Jack Wilshere

Postby wilko331984 » Wed Jan 16, 2013 10:05 pm

Northern Gooner wrote:
wilko331984 wrote:
Northern Gooner wrote:Once again our best player by a mile, why can't the others try as hard as him, give him the captains armband now he leads by example.

Do you want him to leave? :lol:

I would like to see him with arteta and Santi given a rest cos he looks knackered. We definately need a signing in the diaby role to protect the defence. Jack is definitely the player to build a team around.


I was forgetting about the curse on seconds thought keep that band away from him! :D

Santos captain, jack can stay as vice forever. :grin:
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Re: Jack Wilshere

Postby doritobrother » Thu Jan 17, 2013 5:28 am

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citizenerased wrote:is it just me, or does his passing seem a lot less creative and incisive than when he first broke through? he seems a little safety first at the moment, not as much intelligence in his play as i remember.


It`s not just you I was thinking the same Jack seems to have changed his game somewhat.He now seems to drive forward a lot trying to go past defenders and thats maybe the reason his passing isn`t as incisive.


I agree with this. He's getting very good at skipping past players by injecting a bit of pace, but he seems a bit unsure of where to play the ball next. Still, if he can pop up scoring goals like he did tonight I would love to see him play attacking midfield more often.
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Postby Rainham Red » Thu Jan 17, 2013 11:27 am

Jack was very good yesterday and hopefully he will continue to progress
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Re: Jack Wilshere

Postby Legend 8 » Thu Jan 17, 2013 11:32 am

Should always play just behind the forward in my eyes.
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Re: Jack Wilshere

Postby Red Snapper » Thu Jan 17, 2013 12:52 pm

We need ten Jack Wilsheres. All you can ask for is commitment, enthusiasm, passion, workrate and talent. Not nearly enough of our players exhibit one of these let alone all of them like Jack does.
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Postby doritobrother » Thu Jan 17, 2013 10:04 pm

People can say that player loyalty doesn't mean anything but I find it nice to watch a player who obviously cares so much about Arsenal and whether we win or lose. You could tell how much that goal meant to him.
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Postby cas » Fri Jan 18, 2013 8:02 pm

doritobrother wrote:People can say that player loyalty doesn't mean anything but I find it nice to watch a player who obviously cares so much about Arsenal and whether we win or lose. You could tell how much that goal meant to him.


Until Citeh come sniffing around, or manure. or chavs.
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Re: Jack Wilshere

Postby wilko331984 » Fri Jan 18, 2013 9:07 pm

cas wrote:
doritobrother wrote:People can say that player loyalty doesn't mean anything but I find it nice to watch a player who obviously cares so much about Arsenal and whether we win or lose. You could tell how much that goal meant to him.


Until Citeh come sniffing around, or manure. or chavs.

Behave woman! He's got more class than that! :grin:
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Postby doritobrother » Fri Jan 18, 2013 10:57 pm

cas wrote:
doritobrother wrote:People can say that player loyalty doesn't mean anything but I find it nice to watch a player who obviously cares so much about Arsenal and whether we win or lose. You could tell how much that goal meant to him.


Until Citeh come sniffing around, or manure. or chavs.


Cas, when has a loyal Arsenal fan who played for us ever decided to leave for another team like Manchester Unit-...don't answer that...
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Re: Jack Wilshere

Postby wilko331984 » Sat Jan 19, 2013 5:20 pm

doritobrother wrote:
cas wrote:
doritobrother wrote:People can say that player loyalty doesn't mean anything but I find it nice to watch a player who obviously cares so much about Arsenal and whether we win or lose. You could tell how much that goal meant to him.


Until Citeh come sniffing around, or manure. or chavs.


Cas, when has a loyal Arsenal fan who played for us ever decided to leave for another team like Manchester Unit-...don't answer that...

Change that to English, loyal Arsenal fan. The dutch cnut doesn't count.
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Re: Jack Wilshere

Postby SmudgersBeak » Sat Jan 19, 2013 8:27 pm

wilko331984 wrote:
doritobrother wrote:
cas wrote:
doritobrother wrote:People can say that player loyalty doesn't mean anything but I find it nice to watch a player who obviously cares so much about Arsenal and whether we win or lose. You could tell how much that goal meant to him.


Until Citeh come sniffing around, or manure. or chavs.


Cas, when has a loyal Arsenal fan who played for us ever decided to leave for another team like Manchester Unit-...don't answer that...

Change that to English, loyal Arsenal fan. The dutch cnut doesn't count.


Jack won't do what that grey haired jazz handed Dutch traitorous Cnut did.
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Re: Jack Wilshere

Postby wilko331984 » Sat Jan 19, 2013 9:20 pm

SmudgersBeak wrote:
wilko331984 wrote:
doritobrother wrote:
cas wrote:
doritobrother wrote:People can say that player loyalty doesn't mean anything but I find it nice to watch a player who obviously cares so much about Arsenal and whether we win or lose. You could tell how much that goal meant to him.


Until Citeh come sniffing around, or manure. or chavs.


Cas, when has a loyal Arsenal fan who played for us ever decided to leave for another team like Manchester Unit-...don't answer that...

Change that to English, loyal Arsenal fan. The dutch cnut doesn't count.


Jack won't do what that grey haired jazz handed Dutch traitorous Cnut did.

Precisely! Jack is Arsenal through and through and loves the club. I still love how passionate he gets in the NLD. Haven't seen a player for us Like that for a few years. Hopefully it will rub off on the others.
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Re: Jack Wilshere

Postby SmudgersBeak » Sat Jan 19, 2013 9:26 pm

wilko331984 wrote:
SmudgersBeak wrote:
wilko331984 wrote:
doritobrother wrote:
cas wrote:
doritobrother wrote:People can say that player loyalty doesn't mean anything but I find it nice to watch a player who obviously cares so much about Arsenal and whether we win or lose. You could tell how much that goal meant to him.


Until Citeh come sniffing around, or manure. or chavs.


Cas, when has a loyal Arsenal fan who played for us ever decided to leave for another team like Manchester Unit-...don't answer that...

Change that to English, loyal Arsenal fan. The dutch cnut doesn't count.


Jack won't do what that grey haired jazz handed Dutch traitorous Cnut did.

Precisely! Jack is Arsenal through and through and loves the club. I still love how passionate he gets in the NLD. Haven't seen a player for us Like that for a few years. Hopefully it will rub off on the others.


Hopefully it will rub off on the rest god knows we have been slightly lacking in the passion department.... :smackbum:
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Re: Jack Wilshere

Postby cas » Sun Jan 20, 2013 9:43 am

wilko331984 wrote:
SmudgersBeak wrote:
wilko331984 wrote:
doritobrother wrote:
cas wrote:
doritobrother wrote:People can say that player loyalty doesn't mean anything but I find it nice to watch a player who obviously cares so much about Arsenal and whether we win or lose. You could tell how much that goal meant to him.


Until Citeh come sniffing around, or manure. or chavs.


Cas, when has a loyal Arsenal fan who played for us ever decided to leave for another team like Manchester Unit-...don't answer that...

Change that to English, loyal Arsenal fan. The dutch cnut doesn't count.


Jack won't do what that grey haired jazz handed Dutch traitorous Cnut did.

Precisely! Jack is Arsenal through and through and loves the club. I still love how passionate he gets in the NLD. Haven't seen a player for us Like that for a few years. Hopefully it will rub off on the others.


What happens when he wants to win things?
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Re: Jack Wilshere

Postby wilko331984 » Sun Jan 20, 2013 10:59 am

cas wrote:
wilko331984 wrote:
SmudgersBeak wrote:
wilko331984 wrote:
doritobrother wrote:
cas wrote:[quote="doritobrother"]People can say that player loyalty doesn't mean anything but I find it nice to watch a player who obviously cares so much about Arsenal and whether we win or lose. You could tell how much that goal meant to him.


Until Citeh come sniffing around, or manure. or chavs.


Cas, when has a loyal Arsenal fan who played for us ever decided to leave for another team like Manchester Unit-...don't answer that...

Change that to English, loyal Arsenal fan. The dutch cnut doesn't count.


Jack won't do what that grey haired jazz handed Dutch traitorous Cnut did.

Precisely! Jack is Arsenal through and through and loves the club. I still love how passionate he gets in the NLD. Haven't seen a player for us Like that for a few years. Hopefully it will rub off on the others.


What happens when he wants to win things?[/quote]
Well he better get the others to fight with him. Not every player goes for the easy option. It's just rarer to see it these days.
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Re: Jack Wilshere

Postby cas » Sun Jan 20, 2013 11:08 am

cas wrote:
doritobrother wrote:People can say that player loyalty doesn't mean anything but I find it nice to watch a player who obviously cares so much about Arsenal and whether we win or lose. You could tell how much that goal meant to him.


Until Citeh come sniffing around, or manure. or chavs.


Cas, when has a loyal Arsenal fan who played for us ever decided to leave for another team like Manchester Unit-...don't answer that...[/quote]
Change that to English, loyal Arsenal fan. The dutch cnut doesn't count.[/quote]

Jack won't do what that grey haired jazz handed Dutch traitorous Cnut did.[/quote]
Precisely! Jack is Arsenal through and through and loves the club. I still love how passionate he gets in the NLD. Haven't seen a player for us Like that for a few years. Hopefully it will rub off on the others.[/quote]

What happens when he wants to win things?[/quote]
Well he better get the others to fight with him. Not every player goes for the easy option. It's just rarer to see it these days.[/quote]

We'll see. As soon as he's England captain he will be very hot propeoty.
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