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Jack Wilshere Challenges Spurs Fans

Jack Wilshere Challenges Spurs Fans

Cheeky Jack Wilshere has laid down the gauntlet to Spurs fans after getting into some banter on Twitter with some friendly neighbourhood Tiny Totts, after Tottenham`s impressive league form continued with a 2-0 win over Spurs last night.

After Jack received a few messages from Spurs fans about how they were destined to finish above The Arsenal, Wilshere offered a little wager to the following Spuds: If Tottenham finish above Arsenal he will donate £3000 to charity, if Arsenal finish above Spurs each of the Spurs fans on Twitter will pay him a pound … which will also go to charity.

Jack Tweeted - All spurs fans buzzing that they are ahead of us in the league (for once). It`s a marathon, not a sprint! I tell you what, at the end of the season if Spurs finish above arsenal, I will give £3000 to charity and if Arsenal finish above Spurs, every Spurs fan that follows me must send me a pound each and I will give it to @Jack_Marshall_ charity! (The Jack Marshall Brain Tumour Fund) Do we have a deal THFC fans!?

Judging by the comments aimed back at Jack there might not be many Spurs fans confident enough to take up that bet.



Click here to join in the debate on the club forum.

Writer:Rocky7
Date:Tuesday November 22 2011
Time: 7:44AM

Comments

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That's less then he spends on a Wednesday night at Nandos. Put your hands in your pockets rockefeller
Phartman87
22/11/2011 08:00:00
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As a Spurs fan, hats off to you Jack. Nice to see a footballer with some class off the field as well. Speedy recovery, son. Definately want to see you next year in the Euro's playing well.
thenuge
22/11/2011 08:02:00
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Your right phartman, a weeks wages would be better.
thenuge
22/11/2011 08:03:00
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I'll have some of this, if he could just send me his account number and sort code I'll be sure to sort it out.
Tottenham Hotcore
22/11/2011 08:18:00
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So I assume that both Phartman and thenuge would be ok with donating a weeks wages to charity? It's always amusing to see people bitching about the amount of money sportsmen donate when they give to charity. For those who follow Jack Wilshere on Twitter and pay close attention would know just how much this 19 year old lad has done for the Jack Marshall and his family. all Manchester United fans as it happens.
Rocky7
22/11/2011 08:21:00
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Well, he doesnt want to loose his money, that explains his willingness to give away only his 4 hours wages.
sydqcb5
22/11/2011 08:37:00
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Strange....All the spuds coming here seam to want Jack to give a full week wages.....but wont commit to £1 them selfs.
Armory
22/11/2011 08:48:00
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for me, I quite like this "banter" and it is good to see a player who publically states a dislike for a rival and passion to beat them. in this instance it is against my team, but I want to retain the rivalry and the I dont like you and you dont like us situation. Obviously I dont want things to get stupid or overly personal, but in an era when our players are more like mates, it is good to see someone fan the embers of what always has been a great rivalry and long may it continue.
oxfordspur
22/11/2011 08:53:00
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I really cant stand that cretin. He thinks he is so good and it will come bk to bite him on the ass if he continues to believe his hype. He is apart from Van persie (who is class) your most important player and would not get in to the spurs midfield. Not only will we finish above you but another double over you. Be lucky jack
spurspanther
22/11/2011 09:07:00
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this is what our rivalry should be like nice one jack everyone saying he should give a weeks wages the guy doesnt have to give anything take the bet its a good cause
jljyid
22/11/2011 09:22:00
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