May 24, 2012

England Ready To Face World Cup Euro 201

Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain

The  great player Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain is hoping to carry on England's recent tradition of successfully unleashing teenage tyros at major tournaments when he heads to play Euro 2012 next month. From Michael Owen's player electrifying performance against Argentina at the 1998 World Cup to Wayne Rooney's player dazzling displays at Euro 2004, England have been unafraid to give youth players its head at international level games.

While there are risks in picking unproven talent witness player Theo Walcott's inclusion in England's 2006 World Cup squad Oxlade-Chamberlain has done enough in his short career to suggest that his selection might pay off. Used sparingly by Arsenal this game season following his transfer from Southampton, the 18-year-old demonstrated frequent flashes of precociousness in his 16 first team appearances.

A sparkling nice  performance for Arsenal in their 3-0 Champions League win over AC Milan in February persuaded England manager Roy Hodgson that the attacking midfielder deserved a place in his squad.
Hodgson is adamant that player Oxlade-Chamberlain's selection will not be a repeat of Walcott's ill-fated sojourn in Germany six years ago, when the teenager never kicked a ball during England's campaign game.

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