Jack Wilshere Retires From Football
Jack Wilshere has retired from international football after spells with Arsenal and other clubs. Former Arsenal and England midfielder Jack Wilshere has hanged his boot on his professional career. Furthermore, Wilshere has released a lengthy post on social media with the caption: “I’ve lived my dream. The news comes just over 24 hours after the news he had left Danish club AGF after less than five months.
Jack Wilshere Announcement
He said Via social media: “It has been an unbelievable journey filled with so many incredible moments and I feel privileged to have experienced all that I did during my career”. “From being the little boy kicking a ball around in the garden to captaining my beloved Arsenal and playing for my country at a World Cup. I have lived my dream. “In truth it has been difficult to accept that my career has been slipping away in recent times due to reasons outside of my control whilst feeling that I have still had so much to give. “Having played at the very highest level I have always held such huge ambitions within the game and if I am truthful, I did not envisage being in this position at times.
“However, having had time to reflect and talk with those closest with me I know that now is the right time and despite the difficult moments, I look back on my career with great pride at what I have achieved. “Playing at the very highest level with some of the best players in the world, winning FA Cups, captaining my club and representing my country were beyond my wildest dreams when I was a small boy growing up in Hitchin. “I feel very fortunate to have had the career I’ve had, but none of it would have been possible if it wasn’t for the love and support of so many people.”
Wilshere Praises Arsene Wenger
“Words will never do justice to the love and thanks I have for the Boss, Arsene, Pat Rice and Boro Primorac.” “Without your belief, support and guidance from the very first day we met I wouldn’t have been able to become part of the Arsenal family. I’m forever grateful to you all. “To the best supporters on the planet, all of you Arsenal fans, thank you all from the bottom of my heart. To play for you all has been a privilege.
“You’ve always made me feel supported and I hope I did you proud representing your club. I’ll never forget how you always backed me and I’ll forever be a Gooner.” “I have enjoyed every moment of my career and it has been the journey of a lifetime,” he said.
“Now is the right time to close this chapter, but I still have so much to give to the game and I am excited about what the future holds.”