Theo Walcott


#1690

Best part is the #14 becomes free again and someone good can get it!


#1691

So Walcott and Coquelin pay for half of Aubameyang straight off the bat :+1:


#1692

I’m convinced that’s the reason Wenger and Henry fell out. Having to watch Theo piss around in that legendary shirt must have got Thierry fuming!


#1693

Yay yay


#1694

Remember the net spend must be balanced out.
It’s the Arsenal way.


#1695

Are you crying about us selling Theo and Coquelin now? -_-


#1696

Hardly.
Although all this transfer action should have been done ages ago.
This window is typical Wenger.
Reactive rather than proactive.


#1697

Hope he does well at Everton. BYE BYE!


#1698

This might the first ever Arsenal player to make me cheer when they got sold.


#1699

Oxlade?


#1700

Oh surely Santos and Gervinho would have been up there. Chamakh? Squillaci? Silvestre? Almunia?

Come on now!!


#1701

I didn’t cheer for Ox. I might have done had he been here until he was 28, nicking a living.


#1702

Nah that’s just when you decided that life might actually be worth living, but it would have taken me a couple more months before I could cheer.


#1703

Nope, none of those made me cheer. I was certainly happy they were gone, but I never celebrated.

We should have sold Theo years ago, so the thought of him finally going is a blessed relief.


#1704

yay


#1705

I thought he was gonna be here till end of his contract so I am genuinely beaming atm.


#1706

Theo’s medical taking longer, sensible by EFC :joy_cat:


#1707

Also it lessens any doubts about us slipping to Everton’s level at least. We’re selling him as a backup so he can go there as a 1st choice starter


#1708

We were never going to slip to Everton’s level tbh.


#1709

He certainly won’t get a big send off from most supporters, although Denilson was worse than Walcott.
The only Brazilian football that played without any flair.

I wonder what Everton supporters think of this transfer.