Breaking News: Callum Wilson exclaims, “I want to compete with him,” indicating that he despises the prospect of competing against the £27 million Arsenal star

Breaking News: Callum Wilson exclaims, "I want to compete with him," indicating that he despises the prospect of competing against the £27 million Arsenal star

Recently, it appears like Arsenal has found their ability to keep their cool.

For a number of years, the Gunners were seen to be a soft-touch team that would give up against teams like as Stoke City or Burnley. However, as they demonstrated against Luton on Tuesday, they have a bit more about them now.

The Arsenal are no longer a soft team; in fact, they currently feature some of the most abrasive and roughest players in the Premier League on their roster.

We recently played a game against Arsenal, and he was kicking me. I was clotheslining him, poking him, elbowing him, standing on his foot, and grabbing him for no apparent reason. He wants to fight me, and I want to fight him.

Breaking News: Callum Wilson exclaims, "I want to compete with him," indicating that he despises the prospect of competing against the £27 million Arsenal star

We had a bit on the pitch during the game that took place before this season, and in the tunnel during the game that took place this season, he was laughing with the Brazilians. I was upset looking at him, and he looked at me and thought, “Oh no, not you again.” This is how it all started. As soon as we stepped onto the field, we set to work,” Wilson recalled.

On the Footballer’s Football Podcast, Callum Wilson has been discussing which player in the Premier League he despises playing against the most. He has stated that Gabriel Magalhaes is always a difficult opponent due to the rough-and-tumble nature of their connection on the pitch. Wilson has stated that this is the player he despises playing against the most.

It seems to me that Gabriel from Arsenal is my personal favorite. Because he is a good player, and because he is probably a great guy off the field, we would get along well with each other, but when we are on the field, it is like war.

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