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Wilshere welcomes Savage criticism

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Jack Wilshere played in England’s 1-0 friendly win against Norway on Wednesday

5 September 2014
Last updated at
23:18

Arsenal and England midfielder Jack Wilshere believes Robbie Savage is the first former footballer to offer him constructive criticism.

Wilshere has been publically criticised by former England players Paul Scholes and Jamie Redknapp in recent seasons.

But Savage backed the 22-year-old on Match of the Day, saying that he needed a run of games to rediscover some form.

“I heard what Robbie Savage said and that was constructive criticism,” said Wilshere. “I respected that.”

When asked if it hurt more to receive criticism from ex-players as opposed to members of the media, Wilshere replied: “It doesn’t hurt me as much. It probably disappoints me a little bit more.

“It’s easy to go on TV and say: ‘He’s got to do this or that’, ‘If he’s not fit he’s not in the starting line-up and he’s got to get fitter’. That’s the easy way out.


“I’ll take criticism. I know that’s part and parcel of football. But when it’s just reckless and aggressive, I don’t listen.”

Last month, former Liverpool and Tottenham midfielder and now Sky Sports pundit Redknapp accused Wilshere of not performing, saying he had to improve if he wanted to stake a claim in the Arsenal midfield.

And last season, ex-Manchester United player Scholes voiced the opinion that Wilshere had not improved since first emerging onto the Premier League scene five season’s ago, which prompted the Arsenal player to contact his critic for an explanation.

This summer, Wilshere came in for further criticism when he was pictured smoking during a holiday in Las Vegas,

something the player admitted was “unacceptable”.

“If I smoked 20 a day and scored 20 a season, it wouldn’t be a problem,” claimed Wilshere.

“I don’t smoke. I’ve been caught a couple of times. But I’m not a regular smoker. I’ve said that before, and whether you believe me or not is down to you.

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Wilshere has started four games for Arsenal this season

“I’m not reckless. I have two kids. I don’t want them growing up thinking: ‘Look at Daddy, he goes out all the time. He smokes.’ I’m not one of them. It’s under control. I have a good family around me and it won’t be a problem.”

Wilshere, who has started four games for Arsenal this season and was selected for England’s

friendly against Norway on Wednesday,

admits he has found the responsibility of being a role model difficult in the past but says it is now something he prepared to accept.

“The only way you learn from your mistakes is by growing up, accepting they are mistakes and learning from them, and listening to the people around you who can help you,” he added.

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Wilshere regrets ‘unacceptable’ smoking








27 July 2014
Last updated at
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Arsenal midfielder Jack Wilshere says he regrets smoking and admitted making a mistake after he was photographed with a cigarette in a Las Vegas pool.

The 22-year-old England international was widely criticised when the image appeared following his country’s group-stage exit at the World Cup.

It is the second time in nine months Wilshere has been caught smoking.

“Of course I regret it,” he said. “It’s unacceptable and I will accept the consequences and move on.”

In October, Wilshere was pictured with a cigarette outside a London nightclub after a Champions League win over Napoli.

Manager

Arsene Wenger criticised Wilshere

and said he would talk to him about the issue.

Speaking on the club’s pre-season trip to the United States, Wilshere vowed to put the matter behind him.

“I’ve been seen before doing it,” he said. “I said then I made a mistake and I have made a mistake again. People make mistakes.

“I’m young and I’ll learn from it. I realise the consequences it has and the effect on kids growing up. I have kids myself and I don’t want them growing up to think their dad smokes and it’s OK for a footballer to smoke because it’s not.”

Wilshere endured a difficult season at the Emirates Stadium. In December he was handed a two-match ban after making an offensive hand gesture in a match against Manchester City while in March he was ruled out for six weeks after suffering a hairline fracture in his foot in a challenge with Liverpool’s Daniel Agger.

“This is a big season for me,” he said. “I came back early to pre-season to show people my commitment. I am fully committed to the club and to my job and I want to show everyone that.

“Over the past few seasons I’ve had a few injuries. This season I’m looking to have a really great pre-season and get a really good base of fitness and take that in to the season.”







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Wilshere gets help from critic Scholes








15 May 2014
Last updated at
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Arsenal midfielder Jack Wilshere has sought advice on how to improve his game from Paul Scholes in the wake of the former Manchester United man criticising his lack of progress.

In March, Scholes claimed Wilshere, 22,

had not developed significantly as a player 

since making his debut in 2008.

“He was right in a certain way,” said Wilshere, who made his England debut at 18. “We had quite a good chat.

“He explained it a bit better and told me what he thought I should work on.”

Wilshere made 24 league appearances for Arsenal this season as the Gunners finished in the Champions League qualification spots for the 17th consecutive year.

Arsene Wenger’s side looked likely to launch a title challenge, but heavy defeats by Liverpool and Chelsea hampered their campaign.


A 2-2 draw with Swansea

prompted Scholes to be critical of both Arsenal and Wilshere while working as a pundit for Sky Sports, views which

Wenger strongly disagreed with.


“When I first burst onto the scene there was all this noise and then I got injured,” added Wilshere, who says he spoke to his family and contacted Gary Neville on Twitter after the criticism.

“There comes a time when you stop being a kid and I think that’s what Scholes is referring to.

“People say ‘he’s young, he’s got all this potential’. You have to start putting that potential in [to practice].”

Wenger, who made Wilshere Arsenal’s youngest ever league debutant aged 16 years and 256 days, said his “exceptional player” would “prove Scholes wrong”.

But since the criticism in late March Wilshere has only played once after

fracturing a foot on international duty

against Denmark, meaning he ended the season with three goals and four assists in 24 league appearances.

“I have had bad luck with injuries but I can’t keep saying I’ve been injured a lot,” added Wilshere, who is expected to feature when Arsenal meet Hull City in Saturday’s FA Cup final at Wembley.

“This season I have improved a lot, scored a few more than I have in the past and got a few more assists.

“You can keep the ball and you can look good but it’s those stats that matter. That’s what I have to build on.”







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Wilshere fit for World Cup – Wenger








20 April 2014
Last updated at
10:28













Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has told England boss Roy Hodgson that Jack Wilshere will be fit for the World Cup, which starts on 12 June.

Wilshere, 22, has been sidelined since suffering

a hairline fracture

in his foot playing for England on 5 March.

Hodgson names a provisional 30-man World Cup squad on 13 May and Wenger said: “I told him that Wilshere will be available. He will be just polished.

“He is starting to jog this week. I would think two to three weeks.”

That recovery period would also put Wilshere in contention for the FA Cup final on 17 May, when Arsenal face Hull.

The combative midfielder became Arsenal’s youngest league debutant when he came on as a substitute against Blackburn in September 2008 but has had some serious injuries since.

He sustained a

stress fracture

of his right ankle that ruled him out for 17 months and forced him to miss Euro 2012.

Last term Wilshere had

further ankle problems

and

needed surgery

at the end of the campaign, which caused him to miss England’s close-season friendlies against the Republic of Ireland and Brazil.

“Jack has been in and out this year, but I think they have sorted out the problem now,” Wenger said. “I hope from now on he will always be available.”

“England have a very difficult group. They have Italy and Uruguay in the group and they have to get out of it. Jack can be the positive surprise.”







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