Roy Hodgson and price per head services lamented the “very sad” injury suffered by Jack Wilshere during England’s friendly match against Denmark.
Pay per head services saw that the 22-year-old received lengthy treatment following a very heavy collision early in the game with Denmark captain Daniel Agger on Wednesday at Wembley, but he continued to play almost an hour before he was substituted.
The injury’s initial prognosis was a positive one, as Wilshere was thought to have only suffered a bruised left foot, but then many fans and price per head services were very concerned when they found out that on Thursday his club Arsenal announced that the midfielder will be out for around for about six weeks due to a hairline fracture.
News of the injury means that Wilshere will not be able to play for the majority of the rest of the domestic season, and pay per head services know that the player could look at a race against time to be able to prove his fitness before the FIFA World Cup gets underway, with England manager Hodgson scheduled to name his provisional 30-man squad for the competition on May 13.
Hodgson has spoke about his sympathy for the player, and wishes to see him make a quick recovery.
“It’s always sad when you have a player come from a club, use him on international duty and he gets an injury,” the former Fulham and Liverpool boss told Sky Sports News.
“It’s very sad and disappointing for Jack and Arsenal, but unfortunately these things happen.
But price per head services are very optimistic that the player will return to the pitch as soon as possible.
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“It was an honest challenge but he took a nasty kick and I can only hope he recovers as early as possible.”
Pay per head services can see that the England squad received a big blow with Wilshere’s injury, but many fans are very confident that he will make a very quick and proper recovery.