Wilshere is looking to revive his stuttering career at AFC Bournemouth.

Twitter reacts to Jack Wilshere's poor performance against Manchester City

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Jack Wilshere caused the biggest shock on Transfer Deadline Day when he left his boyhood club Arsenal, for a loan move to the south coast with Bournemouth.

No one had anticipated the 24-year-old, who came through the Gunners' youth ranks as a very highly-rated midfielder, to leave the club whatsoever. Arsene Wenger's decision to let him go out on loan baffled many Arsenal fans, of which many came to accept the decision.

Wilshere's career has been blighted by numerous and long-term injuries that have stopped the England international's career progressing to the levels the north London club had anticipated. However, a season at Bournemouth was seen as the chance for Wilshere to prove his qualities.


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The England midfielder was dropped by Three Lions boss Sam Allardyce for their first World Cup qualifier away to Slovakia, and it is no secret that Wilshere hopes his time on the south coast will help him win his place back in the England team.

Eddie Howe introduced Wilshere late on in the Cherries' 1-0 win over West Brom last weekend, however, he finally got his first start for the club against Manchester City at the Etihad on Saturday afternoon.

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But if Gunners fans were hoping to see glimpses of Wilshere at his best, they were to left very disappointed. Twitter was awash with critical tweets about the midfielder's performance against City.

Wilshere has made just 105 league appearances for Arsenal since his Premier League debut against Blackburn in 2008, scoring six goals.

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