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Twitter reacts to Arsenal midfielder Jack Wilshere being hit with FA charge for anti-Tottenham chant during FA Cup parade

News of Arsenal midfielder Jack Wilshere being charged by the FA on Wednesday afternoon for his actions during the Gunners’ trophy parade last weekend has brought about a strong reaction from fans on social media.

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The England international led an anti-Tottenham chant as he celebrated with a large majority of the club’s supporters in the streets of North London.

It was not the first time the 23-year-old had led such chants as he done the same only one year ago when trying to fire up the crowd for the parade after beating Hull City in the 2014 FA Cup final.

The FA announced via their official website that they had decided to charge the midfielder with misconduct for his actions during the open-top bus parade.

Wilshere has until June 10 to respond to the charge and if found guilty could miss the start of the 2015-16 Barclays Premier League season. Take a look at a selection of tweets from fans on social media who have taken a displeasure at the news:

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