(PRWEB UK) 27 February 2014
DSG today announced that World Cup fever is starting to take hold with interest in players likely to be on the plane to Brazil climbing massively on previous months. Jack Wilshere is considered one of England’s most skilful and creative midfielders and is widely expected to be one of the first names on the list when Roy Hodgson names the players he will be taking to the 2014 World Cup. Jack Wilshere who has had a career blighted by injury at times has had a strong season for Arsenal, being a key part of the clubs success in the league and ongoing challenge for the Premier League title. Interest in England for players has been growing in the press as speculation mounts on the style of play and thus the players that Hodgson feels he will need to mount a realistic World Cup challenge.
Head of Operations at DSG, Matthew Tait had this to say “Wilshere is one of England’s best midfield talents so it’s no real surprise that people are closely monitoring his form and fitness with England and the World Cup in Brazil in mind. It’s easy to forget that Wilshere is still only 22-years-of-age and has been playing at a top level since his teens. Wilshere has made 22 appearances for Arsenal this term and is improving all the time, showing real passion and determination, qualities that will serve him and England well. Barring injury Jack looks set to be on the plane to Rio.”
Jason Hope, Content Manager of DSG has seen Wilshere’s Facebook page and player profile pages leap in users and content over the past few weeks “Jack Wilshere despite being around for a while should still be considered a great prospect with many more years of football ahead of him. He is one of England’s most skilful and creative midfielders with great vision and passing ability, proved by his regular place now in Arsenal. England have a number of classy players and he is certainly a player that people are looking towards to perform at the World Cup. Over the past few weeks his PFA Facebook page has grown very strongly, interest mirrored on his profile page on football.co.uk.”
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