Only If Pablo Sarabia Gets The Same Opportunities As Jack Wilshere
Jack Wilshere; the kid who is loved by all Arsenal fans, the kid who is known as the next Liam Brady, the kid who dazzled the audience with his skill, his lovely runs, amazing passes and two goals against the Rangers in the Emirates Cup.
The 17-year-old was so impressive in the 45 minutes that he played against Atletico Madrid, that he was named "Man of the Match" and even Fabio Capello came to watch the next Arsenal match against the Scottish champions Rangers.
Two "Man of The Match" awards in two games played in the Emirates Cup, "Player of the Tournament" in Emirates Cup (2009), FA Youth Cup (2009) and FA Premier Academy League (2009) winner, part of the Arsenal first team and the England national team's coach keeping an eye out for him at the age of 17—life is good for the young Jackie Wilshere.
However, there is another 17-year-old in the world of the same pedigree as Wilshere, his name is Pablo Sarabia. Pablo has a good life, but it's nowhere near as good as Jack's.
Pablo Sarabia; The lesser known wonderkid of Real Madrid, famous only within the true fans of Real Madrid, he is known as the next Raul because of his efficiency playing behind the striker and his left foot, but Pablo like Jack plays on the left-wing.
Pablo Sarabia is part of the Spain U-17 setup. He won the "Player of The Tournament" in the Mundalito (Club World Cup) along with the winners' medal. Pablo Sarabia has attracted interest from the rest of Europe, including Arsene Wenger.
Both Pablo and Jack have scored two goals a piece for their U-17 national teams qualification for the UEFA U-17 championship. They might sound the same type of players, but there is a world of difference between them, that difference is the number of opportunities.
Whereas Jack Wilshere is a substitute for the first-team at Arsenal, Pablo Sarabia is in the Juvenil A team of Real Madrid, which is at a distance of three teams from the first-team of Real Madrid.
Both of them are sure to be the future of the left-wing for their respective clubs and nations, but definitely Jack Wilshere has got a head-start.
The least Pablo Sarabia deserved after the wonderful season in the Juvenil team was a promotion to the Real Madrid Castilla. The lack of opportunities might serve as a speed-bump in Pablo's career.
I have a question to ask to the authorities at Real Madrid. Raul was given a chance at 17 years of age in their own club, and Jack Wilshere got the chance at the age of 16 at Arsenal, so why not give a chance to Pablo Sarabia?
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