Injury Update: Date Announced for Wilshere Return.

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England’s dream of having a great World Cup in Brazil in June received a massive boost as reports emerged from the Daily Mail that Jack Wilshere has taken significant step to recovery.

The international break made things worse with Wilshere fracturing a bone in his foot during England’s friendly win over Denmark. Wilshere, who sustained a hairline fracture to his left foot during the 3 Lions’ last international friendly against Denmark early this month, feared the worse as he thought the latest injury would rule him out of the competition.

The midfielder who recently came under pressure from former Arsenal star Robson, insisting that the 22-year-old hasn’t developed as well as everybody would have liked him to.

“He lacks discipline. He wants to get on the ball and charge into tackles, there seems to be no discipline”. Robson said.

The talented midfielder was criticized for not being cautious with his tackles and this has led to his concurrent injury woes and set backs.

However The Daily Mail reports that the player “has begun gym work at the club’s London Colney HQ and looks on course to play again before the end of the season”.

This should come as great news for all Gunners as we have had to endure a difficult season that has also seen key players like Aaron Ramsey, Theo Walcott, Mesut Ozil, and only recently, Laurent Koscielny sidelined by injuries.

The paper however, reports that the team’s medical personnel are being cautious about how they approach the player’s recovery schedule. Wilshere’s injury records give room for concern, as he suffered a couple of setbacks in the past.

It is not certain as at yet if the player would be able to make his return from injury on the 28th of April against Newcastle United as reported by the paper; but Wilshere’s case needs to be handled with caution.

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