Monday, 5 May 2014

Gooners witness a turn of pace not seen since Walcott's injury


Archie Wilshere gave Gooners a glimpse of something they'd not witnessed since the injury to Theo Walcott in January - a turn of pace.

The son of Arsenal midfielder Jack came running on to the Emirates pitch after the final whistle to join his dad and sister Delilah for the lap of appreciation.

But the two-year-old gave his father the slip and ran off on to the hallowed turf alone running from the player's tunnel to the centre circle.

Wilshere junior was eventually caught up by his father and sister and was then carried for the most part on the lap of appreciation.

But the youngster's turn of pace was something which hadn't been witnessed since Walcott was injured in January.

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