Jack Wilshere fumes at "biased" Glenn Hoddle

Wilshere fumes at
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Arsenal midfielder Jack Wilshere calls Glenn Hoddle 'biased' after the Gunners' 2-1 defeat to Tottenham Hotspur.

Arsenal midfielder Jack Wilshere was left fuming at Glenn Hoddle after the Gunners' 2-1 defeat to Tottenham Hotspur on Sunday.

Hoddle, working as a television pundit, believed that Rafael van der Vaart's opener should have been allowed, despite a possible handball by the Dutchman in the build-up.

The former England manager then chose to focus on Gunners right-back Bacary Sagna's responsibility for conceding the goal.

However, Wilshere disagreed, and after the match he tweeted: "Glenn Hoddle is the most biased pundit around....handball is handball does not matter where the right back is!!!!!!!!!"

The 19-year-old was recently ruled out for up to five months after having surgery on his ankle.

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