Theo Walcott

Has Wilfred Zaha got the right attitude to succeed in the Premier League?

November 13, 2012

The young Crystal Palace star has been called up for the England squad to face Sweden. Since then Zaha has been talking to the press about his ambitions both domestically and internationally in the game. Confidence is an important quality in a good player and something that the 20 year old has in abundance. He […] […]

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Do Arsenal need a new Vieira?

November 4, 2012

Talent is undoubtedly running through the veins of the current squad but there isn’t that character in the team who can pull them through tough games where they are not at their best. In fairness to Arsene Wenger he has recruited some good experienced players in the last two seasons, like the Arteta’s and Cazorla’s […] […]

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The return of One Nil To The Arsenal?

September 15, 2011

If Arsene Wenger’s men haven’t been winning trophies in the last six years, at least they’ve been doing it in style, right? As an ardent Arsenal fan, I have always had faith in the club’s philosophy and the fluidity in which we play our football. Although many have more than criticised the club for the empty trophy [&helli […]

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Messi v Ronaldo: Who had the better 2010-11 season?

June 29, 2011

World player of the year Lionel Messi’s goal against Manchester United in the Champions League final was his 12th in 13 games in that particular competition, and his 53rd in all. In any other era this would have been a stand-out achievement, but in 2011 it meant merely achieving parity with Cristiano Ronaldo. La Marca, […] […]

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The English Model vs. the Continental Model

June 16, 2011

The recent successes of the Spanish National team in the last two international tournaments, 2008 European Championships and the 2010 World Cup has highlighted a wind of change in world football. Couple Spain’s international glory with the emergence of Barcelona combining winning football with fantasy, flair and creativity and you have a recipe f […]

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Why use waster Walcott?!

June 12, 2011

   Whilst watching England’s latest debacle unfold, I kept hearing blunt phrases and outbursts hurled at the TV such as ‘That Walcott is bloody useless!’, ‘what’s he doing now?!?’, ‘Oh God not Walcott again’ and ‘DO SOMETHING WITH THE BALL YOU MUPPET!!’. Then I realised it was my voice. For if there’s one thing I […] […]

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Time for Wenger to go?

March 17, 2011

Six years on from their last piece of silverware, cracks are finally start to appear in the near-15-year relationship between Arsenal Wenger and even the most loyal of Arsenal fans. More than half a decade of underachieving has this season culminated in the most catastrophic of collapses. Bowing out of three competitions in a fortnight […] […]

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Why Arsenal are stuck in groundhog day

March 17, 2011

Groundhog day Dexysden founder Darren I joins the usual team to discuss the demise of his beloved Arsenal Football Club, and the boys discuss John Terry’s possible reappointment as England captain. […]

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Is Fabregas’s heart really at Arsenal?

March 9, 2011

Barcelona’s defeat of Arsenal last night was of little surprise to the football world, especially with Arsenal being reduced to 10 men with over half an hour to go. What did shock was the lacklustre performance of Arsenal’s key player and captain, Cesc Fabregas. The stage was set, his first competitive game at the Camp […] […]

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Walcott: Modern day pro or an idiot?

January 11, 2011

For anyone who might have missed it, Theo Walcott had this to say after Arsenal’s FA Cup third round match against Leeds: “I want to apologise to the managers because I actually dived. I was trying to win the penalty. “I had a little joke with the referee afterwards saying ‘that was my first dive, […] […]

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Weekly Report: Chelsea’s soft spine and Theo’s stacked sister

November 18, 2010

I am worried for my team. Chelsea were ripped to pieces as Sunderland produced the performance of their season, and credit must go to the Black Cats because they were irresistible. But how do you defend a title with no defence? While Branislav Ivanovic is a rampaging thoroughbred of a full-back, he is far nervier […] […]

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Capello’s England – Winging on a prayer

October 15, 2010

There are obvious cases of when playing wingers on opposite sides is effective, but in my opinion some managers are just following the fad. One of the masters of Italian management, Fabio Capello, seemed to follow the pupil, Roberto Mancini, by playing Adam Johnson on the right on Tuesday, but on the right side of a four man midfield in a 4-4-2 wit […]

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