Sunday, January 29, 2012

Wenger backs Chamberlain to the Euro

LONDON - Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger is reluctant to rule out the possibility of being called belianya winger Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain to the England squad at Euro 2012. According to Wenger for Chamberlain could be consistent, the door to the Three Lions will always be open for him.
Chamberlain is the world's attention when he performed brilliantly at the time against Manchester United at the Emirates Stadium last week. However, Wenger who booed the Gunners due to replace Chamberlain in the middle of the second half the match was reminded that a good appearance is not enough to be called into the squad.
"You can not override it and was not caused because you are young then you can not play. We'll see the next three months if he's playing well, why not? "Said Wenger Goal quoted as saying on Monday (1/30/2012).
"We live in a fast-paced world. I had no idea he would grow up so quickly last September because she still looks like a boy. Now suddenly he is able to bear all the pressure and he has a personality capable of working under pressure, "said Wenger at length.
Chamberlain is now only 18 years old. He bought Arsenal from Southampton in the early season with a transfer worth 13 million euros.
"I believe the English national team player, you have to start playing at top level at the age of 18 years if you want to become international players. They all play at the age of 18-John Tery, Rio Ferdinand, Wayne Rooney and Steven Gerrard, "said the manager of the French 62-year-old


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