Praveen’s latest “The Arsenal Annals” column. Theo Walcott has been earning plaudits for his improved attitude, and the player himself recently admitted to have tweaked his attitude in an attempt to reinvigorate his career that had lacked direction. However, most of the appreciation he has been garnering seems rather premature. After a brilliant start to
After years of inconsistencies, in both his performance and his position, could this season represent a new start for Theo Walcott at Arsenal? A lot has been said about Theo Walcott since he signed for Arsenal over ten years ago. Then, an unbelievable prospect who looked to have the world at his feet, his career
Below is the debut installment of a brand new column about everything Arsenal titled “The Arsenal Annals” by our very own Praveen Paramasivam. Enjoy! An unmarked Theo Walcott grabbed a goal via a composed finish in the 8-0 rout of Viking Fotballklubb on Friday night, but the £140 k-a-week striker looked devoid of confidence throughout
Ten years ago, Arsenal took a gamble on an unknown 16 year old Englishman with all the attributes and abilities to be the very best. The world was at his feet, he had electrifying pace, and ice cool in front of goal. Many were expecting him to be the very best in the nearest future.
Arsenal desperately need a goal against Southampton to remain in contention to win their first Premier League title in more than a decade. With one-third of the game left to play, Arsene Wenger sacrifices Joel Campbell for Theo Walcott as the Gunners continued to pepper the Southampton goal. Six minutes into his appearance, the former
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So after protracted negotiations over two years, Arsenal have now tied Theo Walcott down to a ‘long term’ contract. The details if you are to believe the scribes out there are that Arsenal will pay Walcott GBP100,000 a week over the next three-and-half years making him the highest-paid player at the club. Given the way
With his contract expiring at the end of the 2012/2013 season, Theo Walcott’s Arsenal future is clearly in jeopardy. Rumours say the pacey England international wants £100,000 pounds per week which is £25,000 more than his current contract with Arsenal Football Club. The news of his possible availability has put a host of clubs including