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Legendary Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has revealed that he feels responsible for the injuries to both Aaron Ramsey and Jack Wilshere. As a manager, Wenger feels responsible for players like Ramsey and Wilshere who got injured at the early stage of their careers. The ex-Arsenal and AS Monaco manager spoke about the two players in a chat with The Telegraph. According to him, the game has witnessed more positivity with the introduction of VAR as he said that the kicking suffered by the more technical guys has reduced.

Wenger bemoaned the lack of protection from match officials on numerous occasions when his technical players like Jack Wilshere and Aaron Ramsey were kicked on the pitch. In the end, Wenger said we have moved on from the era of complaining about players being kicked thanks to the introduction of VAR.

Both Aaron Ramsey and Jack Wilshere suffered a lot of injuries at the start of their career at Arsenal and he has impacted their respective football careers negatively. Wilshere is presently without a club, while Ramsey has endured a frustrating time with injuries at present club Juventus.
Ex-Arsenal boss Wenger also talked about being offered the England national team job five years ago. Wenger, who's now the Chief Global Football Development at world football's governing body, FIFA, disclosed that he was offered the job shortly after Roy Hodgson left in 2016.He then praised the job that current England manager Gareth Southgate has been doing since he assumed the role.
Southgate has been impressive in his time as the England manager till date and he has a fan in Wenger. He led the Three Lions to the semi-finals at the 2018 FIFA World Cup tournament in Russia before they were eliminated by Croatia. At the Euro 2020 tournament, Southgate and England reached the final before losing to Italy on penalties.