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Daily Mail Attacks Manchester City’s Joe Hart And Arsenal’s Jack Wilshere For Following Its Health Tips

England's Charlton brothers, Jack (l) and Bobby (r), relax at a pre-tournament function Date: 26/06/1966

England’s Charlton brothers, Jack (l) and Bobby (r), relax at a pre-tournament function
Date: 26/06/1966

 

HOW football journalism works, with the Daily Mail’s Neil Ashton. Before the World Cup, on May 20, 2014, England were at the Grove Hotel for the Lions and Roses dinner. The charity event hosted by the England Footballers Foundation “raised £362,000 in a night for charity… and even Premier League stars were surprised at that amount of money!”

One bidder paid £10,000 for a round of golf with Manchester City’s Joe Hart and Manchester United’s Wayne Rooney. Ashton notes:

In an era when it is so easy to casually criticise the players, this event, in football parlance, could be described as ‘a leveller’. Every member of that squad, from captain Steven Gerrard and vice-captain Frank Lampard to Southampton trio Adam Lallana, Rickie Lambert and Luke Shaw, understood their roles and responsibilities.

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Posted: 16th, July 2014 | In: Arsenal, Key Posts, Manchester City, manchester united, Sports | Comment


Arsenal Enforcer Emmanuel Frimpong Slaps Jack Wilshere On Twitter: Good Riddance To Samir Nasri

WHILE Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger attempts to take the pressure off his young players by telling media that beating Udinese in the Champions’ League is “not critical,” the Gunners’ teenage midfielder Emmanuel Frimpong assures the manager that he can handle himself.

Granted, after being at the club for nine years, 19-year-old Frimpong managed to get himself sent off on his home Premier League debut – an old head does not come quick. But his attitude to his team-mate Jack Wilshere’s tweet to the departing Samir Nasri is on the right lines:

Wilshere tweeted:

“Good luck to my friend @Nanas08 (mr Nasri) learnt a lot from him. World class player! Will be missed!”

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Posted: 24th, August 2011 | In: Sports | Comment