November 08, 2016 by
Interim England boss Gareth Southgate has decided to call-up Jack Wilshere to his England squad for the World Cup qualifier against Scotland. The central midfielder has been on loan at Bournemouth from Arsenal.
Despite being highly-rated it seems Wilshere has not yet hit top form on the south coast just yet. However, it seems he has impressed sufficiently to earn himself a recall to the England squad.
Has not really impressed for the Cherries .......Read more here.....
October 13, 2016 by
There has been a lot of speculation about whether Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger could take the England manager’s job in the near future. The experienced Gunners boss seems to be distancing himself from the job by saying interim boss Gareth Southgate is the best man for the job.
Backing Southgate for England
When asked about the England job Wenger told the Daily Express: “I focus on my job, that’s what it is about. I believe he [Southgate] has accumulated experiences, he was a good observer.
“[He must] show the decisions you make are right and have the strength to do what you think is right.” .......Read more here.....
September 29, 2016 by
Arsenal board of director appear to be readying a new contract offer for long-serving boss Arsene Wenger as the speculation linking the Frenchman with England job continue to mount.
The English FA have appointed Gareth Southgate their interim manager after Sam Allardyce was forced to leave his post after mere 67 days, but they have reportedly made the Arsenal boss their number one target to take over the reigns on permanent basis.
The national team chiefs had previously attempted to lure Arsene Wenger before making a move on Allardyce, but the Frenchman told them he wanted to finish the season at the Emirates. .......Read more here.....
June 29, 2016 by
According to the Daily Express, the English FA could leave it a year to appoint a new England boss with a view to appointing Gunners boss Arsene Wenger next summer as the Three Lions permanent boss.
A three man committee of Martin Glenn, Dan Ashworth and David Gill are likely to be the men who choose the next England boss.
They are expected to appoint a caretaker-manager in the wake of Roy Hodgson’s recent resignation following England’s disastrous Euro 2016 exit against Iceland in the last-16. The Three Lions face their qualifier against Slovakia in September. .......Read more here.....