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Breakthrough Arsenal star reveals thinking behind England snub

Arsenal’s Alex Iwobi has revealed that he decided to commit his international career to Nigeria after talking with his father.

The breakthrough star was born in the African country, but moved to the United Kingdom at the age of four, and has grown up as a Londoner.

Good news in Arsenal midfielder’s race to Euro 2016

Jack Wilshere made his long-awaited return to action last night, starting for the Under-21’s side against Newcastle United.

The 24 year-old has been out of action since May of last year, and is eager to return to the first-team in order to try and seal a place on the plane for Roy Hodgson’s England squad.

Arsenal set to lose breakthrough star for next season’s opener

Alex Iwobi has just confirmed his intention to represent Nigeria in the upcoming Olympic games in Rio de Janeiro.

The winger has rapidly rose to prominence in North-London, and is now an integral part of the first-team squad.

Wenger believes England among favourites for Euro2016

A few years back, there was much made of Arsenal’s “English Core” that was supposed to be the backbone of the England team for this generation, but due to mostly injuries they have rarely all featured together for Roy Hodgson’s side. In fact in the last international break before the Euro2016 actually starts, only Danny Welbeck started for the Three Lions against Germany, and Theo Walcott only got a run out with the second string side against Holland a few days later.

England boss warns Arsenal star to earn place

England manager Roy Hodgson has told Theo Walcott that he needs to earn back his starting role for Arsenal if he wants to seal a place in his squad for the European Championships.

The 27 year-old has started only one league game since the last week in January, and with Danny Welbeck impressing since his return from injury, game time could be tough to come by.

Arsenal boost with 14-year veteran to concentrate on club career

Petr Cech has revealed he is looking to concentrate on playing for Arsenal after the European Championships in France this summer.

The shot stopper made his debut for the Czech Republic back in 2002 against Hungary as a 19 year-old, and kept clean sheets in both of his opening appearances.

Arsenal’s Ramsey at risk with Wales pinning hopes on star

Aaron Ramsey is currently out injured, but Chris Coleman is determined to take him to the European Championships this summer.

The midfielder has proved to be one of the key men in Wales international side, helping them to qualify for the upcoming tournament with two goals and two assists in the group stages.

‘Tottenham star in shadow of Arsenal’s Wilshere’ claims England boss

England manager Roy Hodgson has confirmed that Jack Wilshere is ahead of Eric Dier of Tottenham and Danny Drinkwater of Leicester City.

The 24 year-old is yet to feature this season, but that does not appear to have had any effect on Hodgson favour for him, and looks a shoe in for the European Championship squad if he can prove his fitness.