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Jack Wilshere

Postby PES Stats Database » 2008 Dec 09, 10:53

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Jack Wilshere is an amazing English talent. In February 2008, he made his debut for Arsenal Reserves against Reading, and scored Arsenal's only goal of the match. In April he made his home debut, against Derby County Reserves, coming off the bench to assist Rhys Murphy. Against a West Ham United side, he set up the first goal for Portuguese striker Rui Fonte and was the scorer of the second goal, a curler that went into the top corner. He then played in the Atalanta Cup along with the club's other Under-16 players where they won the tournament and Wilshere winning player of the tournament.


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Re: Jack WILSHERE

Postby WHUfan » 2010 May 12, 12:31

WFF could be lowered to 4/5 imo, just watching this video notice how he very rarely uses his right foot, even when sometimes it would be better to:

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Re: Jack WILSHERE

Postby deity86 » 2010 May 24, 10:38

Fully agree.

Moved him back to Arsenal and updated Response, Header, Technique, Team Work, WFF and added *TD. I still think some areas may be conservative so hopefully he'll get even more game time next season whether it be on loan somewhere or with us.

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Re: Jack WILSHERE

Postby WHUfan » 2010 Aug 01, 16:01

I think we need to add CM to his positions, he's been playing there in pre-season and Arsene has hinted he may be used there this season with injuries to Denilson, Fabregas, Song, Diaby etc.

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Re: Jack WILSHERE

Postby CDDRodrigo » 2010 Aug 03, 12:07

He's playing very well in these first friendlies. He could use an update after some games on EPL.

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Re: Jack WILSHERE

Postby LiamwPk » 2010 Aug 15, 16:10

WHUfan wrote:I think we need to add CM to his positions, he's been playing there in pre-season and Arsene has hinted he may be used there this season with injuries to Denilson, Fabregas, Song, Diaby etc.

He's playing CMF today as well.

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Re: Jack WILSHERE

Postby ThaReaper01 » 2010 Aug 15, 17:04

I thought he was poop.

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Re: Jack WILSHERE

Postby LiamwPk » 2010 Aug 15, 17:05

ThaReaper01 wrote:I thought he was poop.

His first touch was quiet dismal today. And basically did nothing all game.

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Re: Jack WILSHERE

Postby patrick88 » 2010 Sep 18, 16:56

heard a few pundits talking about him ousting gareth barry as england's midfield fulcrum recently

does 42 still accurately denote his defensive qualities?

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Re: Jack WILSHERE

Postby lunboy814 » 2010 Sep 23, 10:41

patrick88 wrote:heard a few pundits talking about him ousting gareth barry as england's midfield fulcrum recently

does 42 still accurately denote his defensive qualities?

He needs an overall update for most of his attributes in my opinion.
Let's wait for some more matches to get an accurate evaluation.

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Re: Jack WILSHERE

Postby Oswaldo » 2010 Sep 23, 14:06

He was really amazing against Spurs. If he continues like that then he should get an update for sure.

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Re: Jack WILSHERE

Postby CDDRodrigo » 2010 Sep 23, 18:11

I don't think we need to wait anymore. He needs an update now.

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Re: Jack WILSHERE

Postby Jez » 2010 Sep 23, 18:39

Well, how about some good old fashioned stats discussion?

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Re: Jack WILSHERE

Postby pedala robinho » 2010 Sep 23, 18:57

Well, it's better you guys start the discussion now, because if you wait... It's just a little time to the maniacs fanboys start to post obscenitys here :twisted: .

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Re: Jack WILSHERE

Postby BigStu » 2010 Sep 23, 19:14

omg whys he not got SPA 90?

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Re: Jack WILSHERE

Postby s-cobar » 2010 Sep 23, 19:18

I have some notes from the past where I worked with Tom or with Deity on some ideas about arsenal players - I´ll search them and post it

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Re: Jack WILSHERE

Postby pedala robinho » 2010 Oct 01, 02:41

s-cobar wrote:I have some notes from the past where I worked with Tom or with Deity on some ideas about arsenal players - I´ll search them and post it

Can't wait for this :mrgreen: !

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Re: Jack WILSHERE

Postby ThaReaper01 » 2010 Oct 01, 02:53

Oswaldo wrote:He was really amazing against Spurs. If he continues like that then he should get an update for sure.

Well he was garbage and out of his depth against Liverpool. If he continues like that he should get a downgrade for sure. :roll:

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Re: Jack WILSHERE

Postby Oswaldo » 2010 Oct 01, 07:41

well It is a consistency matter. But it's a general trend to forgive the youngsters for their flaws and praise the good things they do. We have to balance the stats between his bad & good days, so what we shall do is to wait more ;)

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Re: Jack WILSHERE

Postby pedala robinho » 2010 Oct 06, 04:35

Well, don't know if this help, but I would to do some comparisons between Wilshere and other players of similar age...

Attack:
Seeing that we have Coutinho (73) and Canales (79), I really believe Wilshere is underrated. I can be wrong, as I'm not a regular follower of this players, but I'm almost sure that Wilshere has a better positioning sense and attacking inteligence than Coutinho, who can be even underrated at 73.

Defence
Worst than both players, Coutinho (46) and Canales (48)? Don't sounds right to my ears, though it can be more a case of decreasing Coutinho a bit and increasing Wilshere some points.

Dribbling Skills
I just see him way far to Coutinho and Canales... I personally see him more like this AGI: 88, DA: 83 and DS: 82.

Passing Skills
His current passing skills are under Coutinho and A LOT under Canales... Don't know, but something don't sounds right to me. Call me crazy, but I have caught some suggestions that sounds even fair to me = SPA: 80, SPS: 80 / LPA: 78, LPS: 77. Ladder-wise, it doesn't looks going overboard.

Response
Four points under Canales, but three above Coutinho... Don't know, maybe a case of rising a bit both Coutinho and Wilshere...

Curling
Deserves a raise, would put him above both Coutinho and Canales. 82 would look fair.

Don't know if this would help, as I really can't make solid comments on this players, but I think at least it can be an incentive :D .

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Re: Jack WILSHERE

Postby gemgem » 2010 Oct 06, 13:22

Stamina: 80

um ... i think 81 or 82 is better

he has been improved a little

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