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The 22-year old made a total of 16 first-team appearances for the Gunners

Danny Welbeck will opt for England says Alex Ferguson

Sir Alex Ferguson expects young striker Danny Welbeck to commit his international future to England.

Five things we've learnt from two encouraging performances

Sam Wallace and Mark Fleming dissect England's promising week in which questions over personnel and tactics have been answered

England's new boys can 'do a Germany', claims Capello

Manager praises the next generation and says Young, Wilshere and Carroll could take Euro 2012 by storm

Ashley Young keen to retain England place

Ashley Young wants to be part of Fabio Capello's new-look England after making another favourable impression during last night's friendly international with Ghana at Wembley.

England v Ghana player ratings

Man-for-man marking from Wembley Stadium

Danny Welbeck understands reaction of Ghana fans

Danny Welbeck admitted he could understand why he was jeered by Ghana fans after coming off the bench to make his England debut against them.

Wilshere and Young provide bright glimpse of England's future

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Carroll's emphatic finish masks a hesitant display

Andy Carroll is learning to live with the pressure of expectation, following his £35m transfer from Newcastle United to Liverpool in January. His well-taken goal in the 43rd minute was his first since December, and completed what will be seen as a promising second cap for the young Geordie.

Capello content despite Gyan's superb equaliser

Fabio Capello, the England manager, gave his young players a resounding vote of confidence after his makeshift side drew 1-1 with Ghana last night.

Gyan hits last-minute leveller at Wembley

England 1 Ghana 1

Sam Wallace: Capello has sadly developed knack of displeasing all the people all the time

For all his recent blunders Capello is right to rest key players tonight

Ghana's new generation have ability to make history

Young stars like André Ayew can help tonight's visitors become the first African side to beat England

England supporters' group slams release of players

A leading England supporters' group today hit out at the way five key players were released from Fabio Capello's squad for tomorrow night's friendly against Ghana.

Asamoah Gyan wants World Cup redemption

Asamoah Gyan is hoping he gets another chance of World Cup glory after finding himself at the centre of Ghana's heart-breaking exit last summer.

Ghana can end rout of Africa with Wembley win

Fabio Capello has put aside his own narrow interests in agreeing to England playing Ghana at Wembley on Tuesday in the middle of a European Championship campaign. The norm in such circumstances is to seek friendly matches against teams similar to the next competitive opponents, who are Switzerland on 4 June. The manager has a say about opposition for friendly games and Capello, who is leaving before the next World Cup begins, was prepared to risk becoming the first man in charge of the England team to be beaten by an African nation.

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