Jack Wilshere has taken to social media and apologised for his expletive-filled chant during Arsenal’s FA Cup trophy parade on Sunday afternoon.
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The England international chanted a song directed at North London rivals Tottenham which contained the use of many expletives as the Gunners paraded the trophy in the streets of Islington.
Sky Sports reported on Monday morning that Arsenal were planning on warning Wilshere over his future conduct as it was not the first time that he lad led those specific chants.
A year ago during a parade in North London he acted in similar fashion as the club celebrated a first trophy in nine-years after beating Hull City in a dramatic final at Wembley.
BBC Sport revealed on Monday afternoon that no action against Wilshere would be taken and the player posted a message on his official Twiiter account to say sorry to anyone offended by his anti-Spurs song.
Sharing back2back Cup wins with so many amazing Gooners is a dream come true. Apologies if I upset or offended any of u with my celebrations
— Jack Wilshere (@JackWilshere) June 1, 2015