Jack Wilshere is England’s future: Fabio Capello

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Jack Wilshere is England’s future: Fabio Capello
England National team manager, Fabio Capello has hailed the performances of Jack Wilshere for Arsenal and has claimed that the young Gunners midfielder has every attribute to become a world class player.
Capello, who earlier compared Wilshere to Chelsea and France legend Claude Makelele, is confident that the young English midfielder will go on to become one of the greatest players in the history of football.
The Italian boss of the Three lions has termed the 19-year-old the future of the English national team and expects him to be England’s first team player before Euro 2012.
The Italian boss admitted that he has been watching Wilshere since taking England’s national team job three years ago.
“He plays with confidence and never with fear. It's incredible for someone so young. He's so young in a team like Arsenal which is second in the table - they're not a team that's trying to stay in the Premier League. That's a big difference,” he said.
Capello compared Wilshere to the likes of Raul, Franco Baresi and Paolo Maldini, who were part of their first team squad at a very young age and went on to become footballing legends.
However, Capello insisted that Jack’s future would solely depend on his commitment towards the game. The England boss reckons that it is a golden opportunity for the Gunners midfielder to grab and prove his worth on the biggest stage of the game.
The 19-year old is expected to make his first start for the Three Lions against Denmark on 9 January, 2011. Wilshere’s featured for only a few minutes in England’s last friendly win over Hungary back in August, 2010.
The England boss claimed that the young English playmaker has made an extraordinary progress during this period of time and expects him to be a constant member of the Three Lions squad.
Capello stated, “He played 15 minutes at Wembley but in four or five months he's improved a lot. He plays with confidence and without fear. But the most important thing is that the other players have confidence in him. They passed the ball to him in confidence. He's ready to start with the team.”



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