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There are very few footballers that can be considered role models or respected.

Anyone who considers the likes of Jack Wilshire a role model, should be sterilised so that they cannot breed.
You would sterlise an 8 year old ?
 

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He rolled out of a club at 6 am and carried on drinking on the bus
Much as I hate to defend him, didn't we find it amusing when Flintoff,KP etc did a vaguely similar thing after the Ashes and then helped out the Downing St gardener by watering the roses?
 

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Much as I hate to defend him, didn't we find it amusing when Flintoff,KP etc did a vaguely similar thing after the Ashes and then helped out the Downing St gardener by watering the roses?
Not defending it, but weren't they players that actually contributed to their Countries success though?
 

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Club player sings a song the fans sing and Spurs complain....modern Britain.

What an utterly pathetic lot they are lol

It's hardly like he was drinking with The Herd...which used to happen not so long ago with certain Arsenal players.
 

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It's not so much the song it's the way he stood there like some sort of rapper or r n b star with his designer sunglasses on in the rain.

Absolute bellend.
 
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If king Kev had sang the my old man song about fulham it would of been played on here for years to come! I think it was brilliant and hope when we have our open top parade at the end of the coming season I hope there all singing anti Rangers and Fulham songs
 

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If king Kev had sang the my old man song about fulham it would of been played on here for years to come! I think it was brilliant and hope when we have our open top parade at the end of the coming season I hope there all singing anti Rangers and Fulham songs
lol
 

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he does a lot for sick kids in local hospitals like signed shirts,visits and stuff like that but obviously this side of him doesn't get reported
 

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I used to be able to have a few drinks early doors, a couple of Mick Mills, a few more drinks - then go straight to work in my going out clothes.

Mind you, I did get the sack.
 

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Club player sings a song the fans sing and Spurs complain....modern Britain.

What an utterly pathetic lot they are lol
Do you know that "Spurs" (club or fans) actually complained?

It was in public, with TV cameras in attendance and (presumably) people recording/tweeting on their phones etc, which I suspect was what caused the FA to intervene:
"He had received a formal warning from the FA’s disciplinary department, last year, when he did the same thing during the FA Cup celebrations and has been charged this time because it is a second offence."

Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sport/fo...enal-FA-Cup-victory-parade.html#ixzz3cIVzKASu
 

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Club player sings a song the fans sing and Spurs complain....modern Britain.

What an utterly pathetic lot they are lol

It's hardly like he was drinking with The Herd...which used to happen not so long ago with certain Arsenal players.
The FA have "complained" not Spurs.
 
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He has yet to convince me that he is good enough for international football.
 

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he's not but when your picking players like Jamie vardy for the national team you know the
well has run dry
 

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Was the only one to have a reasonable game in what was a dismal match.if he keeps injury free I still think he's got a great future with England and Arsenal.
 

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he's not but when your picking players like Jamie vardy for the national team you know the
well has run dry
Don't stop there. What a woeful collection we now have. Probably the worst squad I can remember. Although some won't accept it, we are now seeing the inevitable legacy of the Premier League.
 

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When Man City have only one English man in their squad, and that is a goalkeeper who won't actually win you a game, then you know the premier league is ruining the international hopes of England.
 

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He,s even worse than carlton palmer he looked and played like he cudnt give a sh*t.
 

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Must have been watching a different game as whilst it was a mind numbingley awful match I thought he had a relatively decent game
 

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I didn't think he was too bad, tried to make things happen. Sometimes didn't come off but showed decent energy for an end of season friendly.
 

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A meaningless, political friendly with no worth whatsoever. Wilshere, like most in the England set up, is, at best ordinary.
Grim outlook methinks.
 

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Yes, in a match of outstanding quality and individual play he really struggled.
Maybe Im just spoiled with the fair on offer the night before and watching the mighty bees .:)
 

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I don't particularly warm to Wilshire as he comes across as a talented but spoilt brat who possesses ability but needs to be pampered.
Having said that the game yesterday felt like a complete non event and a testimonial game played with the same lack of commitment and pace so hard to single him out for criticism.
 

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Wilsheres main problem is he wants to be "The skillful one", yet surrounded by Ozil, Sanchez, Cazorla etc, doesn't look good enough.
Then he wants to be "The midfield enforcer", yet only weighs 8 stone dripping wet and whenever he makes a challenge it usually ends up in him being out injured for a month.
In my opinion he isn't good enough for England - or Arsenal for that matter.
I cant believe Wenger hasn't picked up 15 million + for a bloke thats played 100 games in 7 years and laughed all the way to the bank.
 

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It's not so much the song it's the way he stood there like some sort of rapper or r n b star with his designer sunglasses on in the rain.

Absolute bellend.
He was off his tits after being out all night and still in a healthier state than many fans lol
 

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Do you know that "Spurs" (club or fans) actually complained?

It was in public, with TV cameras in attendance and (presumably) people recording/tweeting on their phones etc, which I suspect was what caused the FA to intervene:
"He had received a formal warning from the FA’s disciplinary department, last year, when he did the same thing during the FA Cup celebrations and has been charged this time because it is a second offence."

Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sport/fo...enal-FA-Cup-victory-parade.html#ixzz3cIVzKASu

No of course you're right and the immediate twitter response from Spurs was just a coincidence.
 

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No of course you're right and the immediate twitter response from Spurs was just a coincidence.
OK, if Spurs used twitter to complain to the FA, then I'll withdraw my question to you and apologise.

But I've just had a quick scan of their site and can't see anything there:
https://twitter.com/spursofficial
 
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Just seen a bit on the news about Wilshire. He's been offering support for a kid with a muscle wasting disease.

Maybe he isn't a complete knobhead, only 95% ;)
 

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It seems Wilshere has accepted his punishment from the FA for his behaviour after the 2015 FA Cup win:
http://www.standard.co.uk/sport/foo...fa-charge-against-jack-wilshere-10307009.html

Just as he had to accept his punishment from the FA for his behaviour after the 2014 win.

Rather like he had to accept his punishment from the FA for his behaviour in December 2013:
http://www.thetimes.co.uk/tto/sport/football/clubs/arsenal/article3953841.ece

Though the FA decided not to impose any punishment for his behaviour in February 2011:
http://news.bbc.co.uk/sport1/hi/football/eng_prem/9388527.stm

(Google 'Wilshere + Misconduct' and there's a lot more, but I couldn't be arsed linking it)

Meanwhile, we all eagerly await Spurs comments on this matter - I expect 'Brickie Chap' is compiling it as we speak....
 

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It seems Wilshere has accepted his punishment from the FA for his behaviour after the 2015 FA Cup win:
http://www.standard.co.uk/sport/foo...fa-charge-against-jack-wilshere-10307009.html

Just as he had to accept his punishment from the FA for his behaviour after the 2014 win.

Rather like he had to accept his punishment from the FA for his behaviour in December 2013:
http://www.thetimes.co.uk/tto/sport/football/clubs/arsenal/article3953841.ece

Though the FA decided not to impose any punishment for his behaviour in February 2011:
http://news.bbc.co.uk/sport1/hi/football/eng_prem/9388527.stm

(Google 'Wilshere + Misconduct' and there's a lot more, but I couldn't be arsed linking it)

Meanwhile, we all eagerly await Spurs comments on this matter - I expect 'Brickie Chap' is compiling it as we speak....
Give up, it's boring, you don't like him and you've probably good reason but if one of our players had sung a song about QPR after we'd won promotion on an open top bus parade he'd be viewed as a hero by oiks like me.
 

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Well I really like him as a player and like to watch him play. As with many flair players he has a bit of a bad boy image (over egged IMHO), so what in my book.

He has more natural talent than the vast majority of players and if he gets injury free long term could be at the core of the England team long into the future
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He has more natural talent than the vast majority of players and if he gets injury free long term could be at the core of the England team long into the future
He needs to play more often for Arsenal. He is a very talented footballer, but he isn't gaining the experience he needs to become a great player. His positional discipline is a problem, though it is one he is aware of.

I'm not too fussed about his off-field high-jinks. Like sonofabee says, if a Brentford player did similar, I would find it very amusing. :hat:
 

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Two brilliant goals today, made some comments on here look pretty stupid.
 

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Not a bad effort, shame about our defence, though!
 

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2 great goals. Needs to stay injury free and be more consistent.
 

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