Theo Walcott


#1489

A4TT has a point; I feel with Theo in the team we had a little more going forward especially on away games. Right now the team needs a little shake up.


#1490

We’re not going to be worse if Theo gets a game so why the fuck not at this stage.


#1491

He is injured lol


#1492

That’s a good reason why not.


#1493

He gets behind a lot more; and plays like a second striker rather than a winger.


#1494

I just think it’s probably the right time for both Arsenal and Theo to cut ties. I think he’s way too comfortable at Arsenal and even though I think he’s done a good job for us, he’s never going to all of a sudden turn become a first teamer. I think Wenger has lost faith in him in the last season or two, he’s still a player who annoy you but score a few goals but hasn’t really got better to really justify his wages.


#1495

Always loved Big Sam


#1496

ehhh…Brady’s arguments had more fallacies and sophistry than a Trump speech.


#1497

bhahahahahha


#1498

Such a peach of a cross, too


#1499

I know, it’s so unfair.
Because all those Swedish pub teams have got such strong defensive players.
Who else, apart from Walcott, could unlock the well organised defensive qualities of BATE, the tractor manufacturing club?


#1500

Walcott is a fucking joke now.

http://www.dailymotion.com/video/x6bxr5k (skip to 30 seconds)


#1501

Wow you guys a just wow.

He tried a diving header nothing wrong with that, ive seen plenty of players miss those it’s nothing new.


#1502

Come on I was thinking he missed a tap in. It’s a diving header get over it nobody moans when Alexis sky’s his balls like 5 times. You don’t like the but seriously stop being sheep


#1503

He had time and space. He didn’t need to head it (hardly his strong point). That’s the criticism i’d level at him here.


#1504

I would say the same thing it was a poor decision with so much time and space. Should of kept it simple


#1505

Same.


#1506

#1507

Ffs

But football.london has learnt that at present the most likely departure for Walcott in January would be on loan due to his high wages.

Hardly a surprise but what’s the point in loaning him out. I’d rather just keep him here tbh.


#1508

Feels like it’s that way so often for our players. Loan them out till their contracts expire :confused:
Didn’t that happen with Podolski, Park, Sanogo etc too?