Wilshere Expected Back In Form For The 2014 FIFA World Cup

Jack Wilshere

Jack Wilshere, midfielder of Arsenal; Photo Credit: Kieran Clarke

The 2014 FIFA World Cup games to be held in Brazil is just a few days from us. A lot is going on now as part of the last preparation as we head into the summer tournament.

England which is part of the 32 teams that will be participating in the 2014 FIFA World Cup will unveil its 23 man squad in less than a month’s time.

Jack Wilshere who is the midfielder at Arsenal football club has been backed by his boss, Arsene Wenger in his focus of playing for England come June and July.

The 22 years old international star is expected to be back in form early next month after having a injury that has indeed been a setback o him.

Wilshere suffered a hairline foot fracture during their clash, England with Denmark on 5th March at Wembley. England ended the match with a 1-0 victory.

However, Jack Wilshere’s recovery is said to be very rapid hence being even expected earlier than it is needed. With his positive recovery progress, Wenger has talked to Roy Hodgson who is England’s coach informing him of Wilshere’s performance.

Jack Wilshere when he comes back on track is expected to play in the FA cup final where Arsenal will be facing Hull City and this will be part of his preparation for England’s matches against Uruguay, Italy and Costa Rica.

The Arsenal boss has great hopes for his star who already has international status of recognition. Wilshere is also known for his good performance especially at his current club Arsenal.

In the process aimed at Wilshere’s fast recovery, Wenger said that Wilshere will commence his two to three weeks of jogging next week. Wenger further said that Wilshere will only need polishing and play for his national team.

Wenger added that England are in a group that is full of competition so if they come out successful then they will have an easier time in the other matches.

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