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'People forget I am 28' - Wilshere on leaving West Ham, training in the park and finding a club

BBC News Friday, 23 October 2020
Jack Wilshere talks to BBC Sport's Simon Stone about leaving West Ham, his next career move and being the forgotten man.
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