Calum Chambers discusses his Wembley debut and Arsenal team-mates

This is the first interview I’ve seen with Arsenal’s newest young defender and he seems very calm and relaxed in front of the camera, in fact exactly as he looks on the pitch!

He seems much more experienced than he should be at his age and you have to admire the way he has handled moving to one of the biggest teams in the world.

He has quickly earned a call up to the national side and was one of five Arsenal players in England‘s easy 5-0 win against minnows San Marino last night, but you can only beat the team that is put in front of you. He seems to have enjoyed the experience!

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  1. paul says:

    I read that AW is prepared to let Jack move to another BPL team for only 15m. I have been a vocal critic of Jack but he is showing his class in the attacking third. AW splashes out money after money on the same type player. Stop buying players for over inflated prices, and then play them out of position. Ozil’s is a prime example. The players that are doing well are the ones he didn’t initially want: Sanchez and Wellbeck. It is AW that should be released. The BPL is a physically demanding league. If he wants to play tikka-takka football in a temperate climate, then leave England Mr AW.

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