Ox and Theo in England squad
Arsenal duo Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain and Theo Walcott have been named in the England squad for Euro 2012.
Oxlade-Chamberlain has been a revelation since breaking into the Gunners first team this season and despite his tender age England boss Roy Hodgson says he has no qualms about including him in his squad. The youngster put in one of his best performances in the Champions League against AC Milan and Hodgson says he has got what it take to compete on the biggest stage. "He is a very exciting player who has made an impression on me, not least in his performance against AC Milan at the Emirates," Hodgson said of the youngster. "I was there live and saw how well he dealt with Pirlo and Ambrosini. He can play wide or central and for future and can continue as he started." Walcott has had an indifferent season for the Gunners but returns to the England fold at a major tournament after missing the World Cup in Germany two years ago.