5 reasons Jack Wilshere can be key to Arsenal’s title challenge

If you’ve step foot in the Football Transfer Tavern in recent weeks, you would’ve been physically unable to avoid utterances of the name ‘Jack Wilshere’ with the Arsenal star having made the news for both good and bad reasons of late.

Showcasing his best talents yesterday in a 3-2 victory for England over Slovenia in Ljubljana, bagging two expertly finished strikes, the Arsenal midfielder flourished in something of a new role experienced under Roy Hodgson on international duty for the Three Lions.

Playing in a much deeper role as the midfield pivot as opposed to further forward in Arsene Wenger’s plans, it seems Wilshere is thriving on breaking up the play with tenacity while dictating the play with his passing ability that has always been the most impressive element of his playing style.

A few of our Tottenham supporting regulars take this moment to claim this is all well and good against Slovenia but they are quickly shot down by Gooners who remember Wilshere’s fantastic performance against Brazil at Wembley a few seasons back.

Having of course won a second successive FA Cup with Arsenal this past season, there are no longer any excuses why Arsene Wenger’s team shouldn’t be getting closer to Chelsea in realistically battling for the biggest domestic prize of all – the Premier League title.

Wenger will of course be strengthening but our Arsenal fans jibe this probably won’t be until August at the very earliest so with plenty of time on their hands, they have listed five reasons why man of the moment Wilshere can be key to a potential Gunners title triumph next season in 2015/16.


Click on Arsene Wenger below to reveal the 5 reasons Jack Wilshere can be key to Arsenal’s title challenge next season.



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