Jack Wilshere has expressed his unhappiness at the FA charge of misconduct he was given after Arsenal’s FA Cup parade celebrations.
We all know why it happened at this stage, and I think we all accept the fundamental truth he was trying to share with the world, but the FA didn’t take kindly to it and Wilshere could miss the start to the season if handed anything more than a fine.
Speaking yesterday after England’s dull as dishwater 0-0 draw with Ireland in Dublin, Jack was asked if he was disappointed with the disciplinary action.
“Yeah, I was a little,” he said. “But you know that is something the FA are dealing with and my club are dealing with so what will be, will be.”
We’ll find out in due course what the punishment will be, meanwhile Wilshere is likely to feature for his country next weekend as England face Slovenia in a European Championship qualifer.
“All the boys want to go away on their holidays and enjoy it, but before that we’ve got a big game,” he said.
“We want to go off with a win, want to go off with a good performance, want to keep the manager happy, keep the fans happy and keep our unbeaten run going.”
Meanwhile, Sol Campbell has announced his intention to run for Mayor of London, the first step of his ambitious plan to become SUPREME GALACTIC RULER of the UNIVERSE and BEYOND.
Whatever happens, one thing is for sure, the banter will be just lovely.