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Looks likely he will go out on loan in January and probably to Burnly, which isn't a bad move for him.But for the sake of us, does he really need to go out on loan?Song and Eboue going ACN and while Wilshere cant replace them directly, the opportunity for him to get minutes is there.

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Why West Ham didnt try to loan him for the season is beyond meSurely they can afford any wages they would have to payI know they've only got a fiver but cmon

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Lol. Nah when Rosicky & Nasri was both not fit, there was no chance, especially after Emirates Cup.

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Why West Ham didnt try to loan him for the season is beyond meSurely they can afford any wages they would have to payI know they've only got a fiver but cmon
coz west ham have much better seasoned internationals in those positions
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Good move, f*ck going on loan to Celtic.Wenger said he's only going if he's guaranteed games.

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Heard talk of him going to West Ham through a friend of Jack's. Now the Burnley move is here I'm not surprised about a loan.

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Swear when we played Burnley the commentators said they have hardly made any changes to their starting 11 this season.With their creative outlets like Eagles and Blake, are they really going to make room for Wilshere often enough for the loan move to be beneficial or garuntee him games?They are doing alright so far, I'm notexpecting their manager to look to disrupt that too much and the pressure will be on him to play Wilshere..Dunno boy, this was always going to be the problem with his development, breaking into the team will depend on injuries and if he makes a big impact in the limited chances he'll get. Interesting choice by Wenger though to be open to a loan move to Burnley.

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Good minutes for Jack, Get a bit of experience, How to compete a bit more.He obviously has the talent lets see wether hes got the Mentality to cut it at a club which fights for every victory!

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Heard talk of him going to West Ham through a friend of Jack's. Now the Burnley move is here I'm not surprised about a loan.
Arsenal midfielder Jack Wilshere has revealed he is keen to secure a loan move to West Ham and admits he has little hope of making it to the World Cup.http://soccernet.espn.go.com/news/story?id=717930&sec=england&cc=5739And a piece in todays Sunday TimesIt’s minus two degrees outside and for his photoshoot in the snow Jack Wilshere wants to borrow a hat. He has a choice of mine, the sort your grandmother might knit, or the photographer’s, a stripy, functional effort your dad might wear. He goes off to find a mirror and returns having chosen: he’d rather brave the cold. Like any teenager, Jack’s not going to be seen in dodgy gear. And Jack is like any teenager. He loves his PlayStation, his shopping and shooting pool with his mates. He lives at home with his parents, in a small cul-de-sac in Hitchin, Hertfordshire, and has a cheeky teen sense of humour. Do you like music, Jack? “Uh-uh.” What sort? “JLS. Yeah, big JLS fan.” Really? “Nah, joking. Though I’ve met them. Arsenal fans.”Continue [source: Sunday Times]
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bad move, guy will leave arsenal when hegets used 2 first team footballcatchin jokes with anton ferdian, rio, nobel, lamps , diamnti, zola, ilunga down the pub >>>training ground wud be mad jokesallow ttryin work with sour face frenchies n dumb ass africans

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bad move, guy will leave arsenal when hegets used 2 first team footballcatchin jokes with anton ferdian, rio, nobel, lamps , diamnti, zola, ilunga down the pub >>>training ground wud be mad jokesallow ttryin work with sour face frenchies n dumb ass africans
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Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger has put Jack Wilshere's bid to go out for a loan spell on hold - because of his injury troubles.Wilshere was set to sign for Owen Coyle's Burnley for the rest of the season, but concerns over Cesc Fabregas and Denilson have put that switch on ice.Wenger may use Wilshere in the FA Cup at the weekend, with a review on his short-term future now put back for a couple of weeks until the problems with Fabregas and Denilson clear up.Source: The Mirror

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Looks like he is off to FC Twente for the season

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Should go to a prem/ championship team

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Looks like he is off to FC Twente for the season
Could be a brilliant move for him.
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Should stay in England, d*ckhead ting.

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Steve Mclaren still there boss? is he gonna teach him how to speak English with a Dutch accent?Good move if he can get the games every week.

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Should stay in England, d*ckhead ting.
You obviously dont know the reasoning behind this decision.Do you want me to spell it out for you?Do you know anything about Dutch coaches and their culture?You're waise.
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Yeah please spell it out for me & give me the reasoning oh great one.

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Jack Wilshere is not rushing into signing for FC Twente.Despite the fact that former England coach Steve McClaren has taken Twente to the top of the table and could provide the 18 year-old midfielder with the chance to win his first title this season, the Dutch club fear an English predator is waiting in the wings for Wilshere.Owen Coyle, during his time as Burnley boss, asked Arsenal's Arsene Wenger about taking Wilshere on loan to Turf Moor. With Coyle moving on to Bolton this week Sunday's game at the Reebok gives the new Wanderers manager the perfect opportunity to re-visit the Wilshere issue with Wenger.In the meantime Twente wonder whether they will get their man.

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Really dont see the benefit of sending him aborad.

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As long as he gets playing time week in week out in a competitve team it doesnt really matter where he goes as long as we get him back in one piece with a bit more experience.

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