Jack Wilshere was once a starter at Arsenal and in the English national team. Wilshere represented England in 34 matches before his sad injury crisis cut short his career's progress. Recently, Wilshere disclosed that he wonders how he can satisfactorily explain to his 10-year-old son that no club wants to sign him.
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Reading through Wilshere's statement will make you understand how the Arsenal star has been suffering emotional torment because of his inability to sign for any club despite being just 29 years old. The truth of the matter is that apart from the financial setback that comes with not having a club for many months, Wilshere also has to deal with figuring out ways to explain to his son why he does not give a club at 29 years old.
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Wilshere's son is almost 10 years old and he understands everything that is going on around him. He knows that his dad does not have a job at the moment and he also knows that no football club wants to sign him. Wilshere's son will continuously ask his dad why no football club wants to sign him and it will be difficult for Wilshere to find the right words to explain.
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Wilshere's son loves football and he sees how other footballers play every week and he will wonder why his dad is not playing. Wilshere's son also goes to school and his friends will often ask him why his dad is not playing. Some of his friends will also ask him I no club wants to sign his dad because he does not know how to play anymore.
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As a young boy, Wilshere's son will go home and demand an explanation from his dad. Wilshere already has a lot of problems to think about and you can't help but feel sorry for him because he now has to figure out how to keep on explaining to his son the reasons why he has remained jobless for months.
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At 10 years old, a young boy fully knows everything that happens around him. As Wilshere continues to search for a new club, he must also search for new and better ways to keep on explaining to his child that his joblessness is not of his own making. Hopefully, Wilshere will someday get another opportunity to start playing football again, even if he has to move abroad.
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