Jack Wilshere to miss about three months of action after ankle surgery

Jack Wilshere to miss about three monthsJack Wilshere won’t be able to feature for the Gunners for approximately three months after the midfielder underwent surgery, and now internet bookmakers would like to see how the team will manage without the player’s services.

The player was taken off during the second half of the team’s 2-1 loss at home to Manchester United on Saturday, as he suffered an ankle injury in a challenge that he had with Paddy McNair.

The player was then sent to a surgeon to be evaluated and now had an operation on his ankle.

A statement by the Gunners read: “Jack Wilshere has had successful surgery on his left ankle and will be out for approximately three months.

“An assessment with a specialist confirmed the need for an operation and the 22-year-old had successful surgery to his ankle in London on Thursday afternoon.

“Jack will now commence his injury rehabilitation programme with the Arsenal medical team.

“Everyone at the club wishes Jack a speedy recovery and looks forward to seeing him back on the pitch as soon as possible.”

Mourinho praises Chelsea’s performance after they pounded Schalke

Jose MourinhoJose Mourinho was delighted after what he saw a one more “complete” display made Chelsea after they were able to defeat Schalke 5-0 on Tuesday, in a win that impressed sportsbook software services and fans all over the world.

The Blues clinched a top position in Group G of the UEFA Champions League as goals by John Terry, Willian, as well as an own goal made by Jan Kirchhoff were able to put the team in complete control of the game before half-time got underway.

Fans who were watching the game saw that the same spark was clearly missing in the game’s second period, but the thrashing in Germany was finished by Didier Drogba and Ramires, who were playing as substitutes, and did a great job on the pitch.

“They played a fantastic match,” said the Portuguese, and the football world cannot contest his words in any way. “At this moment, this team is very mature and very confident.

“To win 5-0 away in the Champions League is not normal, playing away in Germany it is even less normal.

“The performance was very impressive. Every player individually and the team as a whole was very complete.”

Wilshere’s injury will keep him out action for some time

Jack Wilshere arsenalArsenal manager Arsene Wenger said that Jack Wilshere won’t be able to feature for the Gunners for “a while” after the player suffered on Saturday an injury to the knee, and now the team’s fans and online bookmaker services seriously hope that it isn’t too serious.

Many fans saw that throughout his career in the sport, Wilshere was ridden with ankle problems, and the player suffered a fresh injury during the weekend after he was right in the middle of tough challenge that took place between Paddy McNair and Marouane Fellaini when they were defeated by Manchester United 2-1.

Before the Gunners’ UEFA Champions League meeting with Borussia Dortmund, Wenger didn’t say exactly say for how long the player would be out of the game.

“I can’t give you any timescale there,” said the Frenchman. “He’ll be out for a while.

“He has to see a specialist next week to see how long.”