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Arsenal’s Jack Wilshere Out of Champions League Tie With Ankle Injury: The Nightly EPL

jack wilshere arsenal illustration small Arsenals Jack Wilshere Out of Champions League Tie With Ankle Injury: The Nightly EPL

Arsenal Football Club have been dealt a massive blow with the news that midfielder Jack Wilshere is a major doubt for Wednesday’s Champions League match against Bayern Munich. The footballer is still recovering from an ankle injury, and will be a doubt for this Saturday’s Premier League match against Swansea City too.

If any Arsenal supporters had dreams of the team pulling off an incredible victory in Germany, those dreams will have come crashing down without Wilshere in the side.

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4 Responses to Arsenal’s Jack Wilshere Out of Champions League Tie With Ankle Injury: The Nightly EPL

  1. Sammy says:

    Whatever, Arsenal have virtually no hope against Bayern already anyways, it’d be a true miracle if we do progress.

    The agony will just have to continue longer.

  2. Mark G. says:

    Piers Morgan put it correctly:

    No Wilshere v Bayern? Our chances just went from 0.000000000001% to 0.00000000000000001%. No biggie. #Arsenal— Piers Morgan (@piersmorgan) March 11, 2013

  3. Joe Brindley says:

    Over rated fellow, this Wilshire. Sure, he has talent but he’s brittle and his skills don’t shine too bright when he’s on the injured list.

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