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Jack Wilshere Says He Gave Man City Fans the Finger Because They Were Abusing Him About His Kids: Daily Soccer Report

jack wilshere arsenal illustration small Jack Wilshere Says He Gave Man City Fans the Finger Because They Were Abusing Him About His Kids: Daily Soccer Report

Arsenal’s 21-year-old midfielder Jack Wilshere says that he gave Manchester City supporters the middle finger because they were abusing him about his children. Wilshere received a two match suspension from The FA for the incident, but the Gunner felt hard done by.

Wilshere said on Twitter:

“Gutted not to be Involved last night! Shouldn’t of reacted the way I did but I know all you dads out there love your kids the way I do….

“Suppose I will just have to take the abuse about my kids in future……anyway, one more game to go! Can’t wait to be back!”

Wilshere’s next game for Arsenal will be Sunday, away against Newcastle United.

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