Jack Wilshere hits out at Blues’ Carling Cup anniversary


February 27, 2014 by bluenosebible

Arsenal midfielder and England international Jack Wilshere has attacked Birmingham City trolls on Twitter about the club’s demise since their Carling Cup final success.

martinsarticle-2284135-0D63E6DE000005DC-130_634x353Wilshere, 22, played in the match which saw Birmingham City lift the trophy thanks to goals from Nikola Zigic and a late winner from Obafemi Martins in one of the greatest League Cup Final upsets of all time.

On the day of the three year anniversary since the Blues came out victorious against the Gunners at Wembley, Wilshere replied to one cheeky Bluenose who tweeted the midfielder about the day.

article-1298889830490-0d63fd1d000005dc-968839_636x376The Blues fan sent a picture of Wilshere with team mate Wojciech Szczesny, who was partly at fault for the winning goal, looking devastated on the Wembley turf just after the final whistle asking if he had “Recovered yet?”.

To which he responded by saying; “Yes mate just about! Have Birmingham?!?!”.

Since 2011, Arsenal have failed to make another cup final, making it almost nine years without a trophy, and have sold several of their key players following that day to bigger clubs in England and the rest of Europe.

By Oliver Osborn (The Bluenose Bible)


3 thoughts on “Jack Wilshere hits out at Blues’ Carling Cup anniversary

  1. Gabriel Sutton says:

    I actually think it’s a bit much to say he ‘attacked’ our fans. We gave him some stick, he gave it back. That’s just banter. Don’t see why it’s a big deal tbh.

  2. anglo-welsh bluenose says:

    would agree with the other comment, I think the guy responded well to a bit of banter

  3. Darren astley says:

    It’s banter got some stick gave some back kro

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