Wilshere will be one of England’s better performers at the World Cup

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Arsenal star must use the World Cup as a springboard for his career

Date: 9th June 2014 at 6:31pm
Written by Thomas Hallett

Four seasons after establishing himself as a regular in the Arsenal team, Jack Wilshere is still waiting on that big break, the career-defining step up. There have of course been announcements from the midfielder of his talent. His performance against Barcelona in the Champions League in 2011 was outstanding, heightened further by his inexperience yet comfort moving the ball around such refined superstars as Xavi and Andres Iniesta. And there was that international game against Brazil last year, where Wilshere was voted Man of the Match. But going into the World Cup, talk about the Arsenal midfielder is muted, as if to indirectly say there isn’t really much in the way of expectation. Daniel Sturridge should be England’s starting centre-forward, coming off a season where he was the highest scoring English striker; Roy Hodgson is being encouraged to start Raheem Sterling due to the unpredictability and explosiveness ... Read More

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