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The Sun - Jack's the lad for World Cup
ARSENE WENGER says Jack Wilshere can be an England World Cup star in South Africa even though he will still be a boy in 2010.
The Mirror - Barclays Premier League preview: Arsenal v Aston Villa
Striker Emmanuel Adebayor and goalkeeper Manuel Almunia could both return to Arsenal's starting-line-up for tomorrow's Barclays Premier League clash at home to Aston Villa after recovering from injury.
The Daily Star - JACK'S THE LAD, FAB
ARSENE WENGER is tipping Jack Wilshere to star for England in the next World Cup.
The Express - JACK'S STOCK IS ON THE RISE FOR WENGER
DESPITE the global recession now is a good time to invest in the stock market, reckons Arsene Wenger, and England are certainly taking his advice when it comes to blue-chip prodigy Jack Wilshere.
The Daily Mail - Wenger backs Capello's call to fast track Wilshere into England Under 21 squad
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger is proving to be an unlikely supporter for England's cause, claiming his Carling Cup kids will provide the backbone of the team after the 2010 World Cup.
The Guardian - Wilshere would grace World Cup, claims Wenger
Forget the fact that he is only 16, has only ever started twice for Arsenal - both times in the Carling Cup - and has yet to represent England at Under-21 level, Arsène Wenger believes Jack Wilshere will be good enough to play for England at the next World Cup in South Africa.
The Daily Telegraph - Arsenal youngster Jack Wilshere 'to be fast-tracked' to England Under-21s
Arsene Wenger has revealed that Jack Wilshere, his precocious 16-year-old midfielder, is set to be promoted to England Under-21s next spring – and believes he could be a senior international in time for the 2010 World Cup finals in South Africa.
The Times - Jack Wilshere can follow in Theo Walcott's footsteps
Arsenal manager believes that the 16-year-old midfield prodigy could play a part for England in the 2010 World Cup finals
The Independent - Wenger has high hopes for future of youngsters
Arsène Wenger has tipped "seven or eight" of his young Arsenal players to become first-team regulars after their excellent 3-0 victory against Wigan Athletic in the Carling Cup fourth round in midweek.
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