Will new Wilshere injury spell end of his Arsenal career?

  • Will new Wilshere injury spell end of his Arsenal career?

Will new Wilshere injury spell end of his Arsenal career?

Bournemouth's on-loan midfielder Jack Wilshere limped off in the first half of Monday night's 2-0 defeat against Manchester City, reigniting fears of a potential injury.

'Jack is just feeling his ankle.

With their captain Simon Francis and England worldwide midfielder Jack Wilshere having to come off injured before halftime, it left an air of gloom at Dean Court with Bournemouth now sucked into the relegation whirlpool.

Speaking to Jim White on talkSPORT, the former Sunderland and England full-back said: "As I said before about him being mentioned as an England manager, would we be having that same conversation right now about about a manager who is struggling for form?"

Cherries manager Eddie Howe said: 'Losing both players within one half of football was a huge blow.

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"It was a good thing for me to get through the 90 minutes and the good thing is that we have a bit of a rest now so hopefully come the next game it can be completely gone". After a spell of Manchester City-esque play, summer signing Jordon Ibe worked a clever one-two with Jack Wilshere on the edge of the City area, however, Willy Caballero was on hand to block well. We saw the odd flash of the old brilliance, like the two goals that won the EPL goal of the season in successive years, but they were all too few and far between.

"Simon is feeling his hamstring again, similar pain to the first time".

Seconds after the restart and Bournemouth thought they were level when Ibe found Josh King clean through on goal, who slotted home smartly.

"We have to be positive, we have a break in Premier League calendar, we have to come back refreshed to fight for survival, as that is the situation we are in".