Sunday, 24 June 2018

Emery wrong to let Wilshere go says Olivier Giroud

Former Arsenal striker Olivier Giroud believes new Gunners boss Unai Emery may have made a mistake in letting Jack Wilshere leave the club.
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Wilshere announced he will leave Arsenal this summer after failing to agree a new deal at The Emirates, ending his near two-decade spell at the club.
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Former Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger was keen to keep the Englishman in North London, however Unai Emery, who took over from the Frenchman last month, has since deemed the 26-year-old surplus to requirements.
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Wilshere was one of the club’s stand-out players last season – his first full campaign in almost four seasons without injury – and Giroud, who left for Chelsea in January, thinks the midfielder will be a hugely missed figure in Emery’s side next term.
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Giroud said: “It’s big news and I’m very sad to hear it, because he’s a good friend.
“Jack is a good lad, a very good player, very talented and it is a shame he has had so many injuries.
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“But he came back well last season and it was good to see him on the pitch, enjoying his game and being strong.
“It’s a big loss and I hope he will bounce back as soon as possible at a good club.
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“I wish him the very best because I appreciate him. I hope for him and his family he will bounce back.
“The new manager makes the decision and he has the responsibility for the team and the player.”

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