West Ham United fans on Twitter are not having any of the latest update on the fitness of injury-prone midfielder Jack Wilshere.
“Jack Wilshere is almost ready. Next week, I think that he’ll be working 100 per cent with our squad.”https://t.co/9NGVdWpwU3
— West Ham United (@WestHamUtd) April 11, 2019
On Thursday, the Hammers’ official account Tweeted out a quote from Manuel Pellegrini’s pre-Manchester United press conference about the former England international.
The under-pressure veteran gaffer revealed that his summer signing, who has been out since the start of December and suffered further set-backs before that, is “almost ready” and will return to full training with the squad next week.
However, members of the Claret & Blue Army were not buying any of it as they blasted the important club update with comments such as “expect him to be back on the treatment table the following week then” and the rather comical “did Theresa May say this?”
Wilshere has made a measly five appearances in all competitions in his first campaign at London Stadium and supporters, left frustrated by the likes of Andy Carroll and Winston Reid in recent times, are clearly fed up.
Check out their best replies to the news, below…
Two weeks later… Jack Wilshere is injured and won’t feature for the rest of the calendar year
— Matthew Wood (@matthewhwood) April 11, 2019
I bet he’ll play 3 games and he will be injured again…
— Lisa (@LisaaaOx) April 11, 2019
And injured by Easter Monday
— Ian Taylor (@tayloriw) April 11, 2019
??????? until he breaks down yet again. It’s Carroll all over again when will the club ever learn?!
— William Field (@wilfield71) April 11, 2019
Did Theresa May say this?
— Mr O (@W1zardOz) April 11, 2019
Sure he is
— Stez (@Stez49367746) April 11, 2019
? Very funny!
— Matt Gates (@mattgates22) April 11, 2019
And the following week . . ‘Hello doctor’ . .
— chris carlaw (@Chris_Carlaw) April 11, 2019
Yeah!for how long. Really need to stop buying injury prone players.
— Tomnaughton66.email@example.com (@tomnaughton66) April 11, 2019
Expect him to be back on the treatment table the following week then.
— Mike Nicol (@joejimbobsdad) April 11, 2019