Swanny’s Fanmail - Wilshere in danger of becoming a waster

Peterborough Telegraph's chief sports writer Alan Swann's World of Sport column - peterboroughtoday.co.uk

Peterborough Telegraph's chief sports writer Alan Swann's World of Sport column - peterboroughtoday.co.uk

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Only a Gooner gets carried away with the performances of Jack Wilshere. It’s clear the lad has bundles of talent, but if it’s not another injury it’s one of his silly off field moments. He’s clearly in danger of wasting a very good future at club and international level.

As for Raheem Sterling, Roy Hodgsonshould have stuck him into the Under 21’s for their current tournament.

The hype seems to have got to him and he’s struggling to find the sort of form that Manchester City deem fit for a £40m bid.

All that said, England have been very good since the World Cup and, while I won’t be putting money on Euro success, I think credit is due to Hodgson and the boys. I wouldn’t be shocked to see a semi final appearance next summer.

Downtown_2

Jack Wilshere - master of the slightly late tackle, injury-prone, inflated view of own abilities. Apart from that quite good.

@TobyWoody

The only suspicion with Mo Farah lies in association and action & not in rapid improvement. His times are steady.

@AthleticoSean

A rather ignorant comment re Mark Warburton as the mess Rangers are in presents a challenge to any manager.

@Herdy79

I agree, Tiger Woods is finished! Sooner he clears off the better, then we can watch players who can actually play.

@Wackerlegend

Don’t underestimate the size of the task at Rangers. They have lost the trust of the league clubs as well as any long-term investors.

@Alexbro70