Theo Walcott


#1328

Why? Cock is delicious and full of protein? Ever tried it?


#1329

:cech: :henry2: :wenger2:


#1330

:joy::joy::joy::joy::joy::joy:

This cunt serious.


#1331

Ox is in it so you never know.


#1332

Theo should be in it, one of englands best strikers.


#1333

He actually should be in England’s squad (which isn’t saying much, but true).


#1334

I guess there’s a case for having Walcott in the squad ahead of Defoe but I’d probably look to Vardy or Abraham first. Besides, Walcott has like 50 mins of football in the league and another 260 against dog shit opposition in Europa.


#1335

For Ox. Vardy or Abraham for Defoe.


#1336

If Oxlade then I still wouldn’t pick Walcott, Redmond.


#1337

If Sancho is going to get more minutes with BVB.

Sancho > Walcott and Chamberlain.


#1338

Ah true. Yeah, definitely Redmond (ahead of a few of those guys, Lingard certainly). Lallana for Livermore obviously and then I guess maybe Wilshere for Lingard, Ox for one of the LBs/RBs if they played with wing backs.

Still think a player with Walcott’s end product who brings something a bit different as a wide forward is probably on the fringes/should get into that squad, maybe for Sturridge when he gets injured.

True, was gonna say that. Nelson too, and Angel Gomes and Marcus Edwards (haven’t heard much of him lately; also what happened to Josh Onumonah or however you spell his last name) are probably not far off the team if they were willing to go with inexperienced youth.


#1339

Read that this fraud was awful again last night. No surprises there then. Waste of a shirt.


#1340

Yeah he wasn’t great. He was captain. The only thing he can lead people to is offside! When he dies, he’ll probably be buried offside seeing as he bloody loves it there so much!

It has to be his last season here. Nice guy and everything, but i’d rather give his minutes to someone who can play football.


#1341

Yep the same goes for Coquelin too!

It’s a little cuntishh but I kinda hope they both get injured not seriously just like a tweaked hamstring or something just so we can see what Nelson & AMN can do in their natural positions.


#1342

What other top European club would have Walcott as their longest serving player and one of the highest earners?

Wenger persisting with him, when it’s clear he’s not good enough, is a great example of why we are going nowhere and why we have stagnated so much.


#1343

Just realised that if you add Walcott to our forward line you get AWOL. Says all you need to know about him :grin:


#1344

I love Wenger but persisting with Theo for so long is criminal.
Considering he has clearly planned to not use Theo in his plans given the lineups in PL, it’s surprising Theo was not earmarked to be sold.
We would have made some money and reduced the wages.


#1345

We could have sold Walcott and Chamberlain at the start of the transfer window, and then got Lemar as a replacement, which would have meant we get a very good player, along with Lacazette, and they would have had a whole pre season together and the rest of the team.

It would also have meant we would have two top quality players, we get our business done early, as well as getting Lemar cheaper, and get rid of players that are realistically fringe players and earning more than 200k a week between them.
This might have even persuaded Ozil and Sanchez to stay.

But what does Wenger do?
Keeps Walcott, sells Chamberlain, doesn’t get Lemar,

Still we broke even, which is the most important thing. and Ozil and Sanchez are fed up with his lack of ambition.


#1346

prove it. for your own sake lol


#1347

Prove what?
If you put him up for sale then presumably someone might be interested.
I’m sure some team out there would be stupid enough to think he was worth buying.