Found August 27, 2013 on Pro Sports Daily:
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Arsène Wenger has admitted he remains "cautious" over Jack Wilshere's fitness and has suggested England consider leaving the youngster out for the World Cup qualifier against Moldova with one eye on the more daunting trip to Ukraine four days later. Wilshere will be named in Roy Hodgson's senior squad for the September fixtures when the party is confirmed on Tuesday and will start against Fenerbahce in the second leg of Arsenal's Champions League qualifying tie on Tuesday evening having been rested from the starting XI at Fulham on Saturday. The 21-year-old is still playing at "90%" according to Wenger after long-standing issues with his ankles: he missed 17 months of football with a problem in his right ankle before returning last autumn and the left joint flared up towards the end of the season. The midfielder underwent surgery to remove the pins on the original injury over the summer. Although he played a full part in pre-season he did not comple...
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