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Arsene Wenger Says England Should Recall Jack Wilshere

Added: (Sat Nov 11 2017)

Pressbox (Press Release) - Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger believes Gunners midfielder Jack Wilshere should be recalled by England for their friendlies later this month.
Wilshere, 25, has made 34 appearances for England but has not played since the 2-1 loss to Iceland at Euro 2016.
England manager Gareth Southgate announces his squad for the games against Germany and Brazil on Thursday.
“A super-fit Jack, I don’t know how you can keep him out of the English squad,” Wenger said on Wednesday.
“I think he is ready personally, he was not three weeks ago, but he is ready now. In every single competition he is ready to play.”
Wilshere, whose career has been hampered by injuries, spent last season on loan at Bournemouth and is out of contract at Arsenal next summer.
He has made only 80 Premier League starts for Arsenal since his debut nine years ago, and his first league appearance for Wenger’s side in 14 months came during last month’s 5-2 win at Everton.
But Wenger hailed Wilshere’s “outstanding” performance for Arsenal against Bate Borisov in the Europa League in September, suggesting he was “on his way back to his best”.
England play Germany at Wembley on Friday, 10 November before another home game against Brazil on Tuesday, 14 November.
Former Ghana star Abubakar dies at the age of 36
Ghanaian football has been rocked by the death of former international Yakubu Abubakar at the age of 36.
The former Black Star, a defensive midfielder, died in a hospital in the southern Ghanaian city Tema on Tuesday.
“We’re sad to hear the death of former Ghana, Ajax and Vitesse midfielder Abubakar,” tweeted Ghana’s FA. “Our thoughts are with his family. May his soul RIP.”
No reason has been given for the death of Abubakar, who won 16 caps for Ghana.
Abubakar started every game as the Black Stars exited in the group stage of the 2006 Africa Cup of Nations and played in the qualifiers as Ghana reached their first World Cup – also in 2006.
However, he was overlooked for the final squad for the tournament in Germany.
At club level, Abubakar – who could also play in defence – left Ghana at the age of 17 to join former European champions Ajax Amsterdam.
He won two league championships, in 2002 and 2004, as well as the 2002 Dutch Cup.
In the 2002-03 season, he played five times in the European Champions League as Ajax reached the quarter-finals before bowing out against eventual winners Milan.
After 89 appearances for Ajax, Abubakar joined another Dutch side, Vitesse Arnhem, in 2004, staying with the club for five years.
Abubakar played for Ghana at every level, having represented his nation at Under-17, Under-20 and Under-23 level as well.
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