What the papers say: Capello looks to Walcott and Wilshere for England

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The SunJack’s the lad for England says Fab
FABIO CAPELLO reckons 'We're All Right Jack'. It is all thanks to the young Arsenal star who can be the backbone of England's assault on Euro 2012.

The Daily MirrorRamsey targeting Arsenal return
Aaron Ramsey hopes his loan spell at Cardiff City will provide the springboard for a swift return to the Arsenal team.

The Daily MailI should have taken Walcott to the World Cup, Capello finally admits
Fabio Capello has finally admitted he made a mistake in not taking Theo Walcott to the last World Cup.

The Daily Express ARSENAL ACE JACK WILSHERE: FROM A JACK TO THE KING 
THERE are numerous ways of measuring young Jack Wilshere’s progress. A year ago tomorrow he was sorting out a loan move to Bolton, but now he has a Wembley cup final to savour as one of the driving forces behind a new-found thirst for silverware at Arsenal.

The Daily Star - ARSENE WENGER'S ARSENAL BOYS’ SUMMER TOUR
ARSENAL are set to go on a pre-season tour of the Far East or the USA this year – their first under Arsene Wenger.

The Independent - Capello happy to put England's future at feet of 'fearless' Wilshere
Fabio Capello has outlined his plans to make Arsenal's Jack Wilshere the linchpin of his new England midfield, beginning with the friendly against Denmark next month in which the teenager will start a senior international for the first time.

The Guardian - I should have taken Theo Walcott to World Cup, admits Fabio Capello
Fabio Capello has owned up to a mistake. The appearance of impregnable self-confidence was breached for a moment when the England manager volunteered that Theo Walcott should have been in the 23-man squad for the 2010 World Cup.

The Daily Telegraph - Fabio Capello to audition Jack Wilshere in 'Makelele role' for England friendly against Denmark
Jack Wilshere will be given the opportunity in Copenhagen a week on Wednesday to show he can be England's holding midfielder for the next decade.

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