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Wilshere’s personal agony

Jack Wilshere has revealed his distress at being unable to say goodbye to his grandfather after revealing that  he had lost his “Grambo.”

But despite the rules surrounding the virus barring him from doing so, he has explained how he  traeasure the memories of him forever.

Wilshere has had a tough time with injuries and is now passing through a personal agony in the middle of the national health scare.

Revealing the news on Instagram the midfielder declared: “Today was a tough day, i lost my Grambo.

“Due to the current situation we were unable to say goodbye, but i know how proud he was of me and loved coming to watch me play.

“So many great memories that i will treasure forever. I’m happy you got to meet my children and your memory will live on for a lifetime.”

It is about a team of underdogs that, under the guidance of Wilshere and a series of other British sporting personalities, become heroes in a time of difficulty.

The proceeds of the e-book sales will be donated to NHS Charities Together.

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