Theo Walcott


#1891

We had a chance without him and completely fucked it.


#1892

Theo versus a parked bus…yeah sure he would have made a difference


#1893

Theo who ?


#1894

Who the fook is this guy.


#1895

Theo will go on and continue to score or assist once every 120 minutes this season as usual, old reliable. Meanwhile we’ve absolutely been taken for 50m for a wasteman. Yet another piece of excellent business by the club :joy::joy:


#1896

can someone paleeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaassssssssssssssssssseeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee ban this boring trolling little man?


#1897

On a side note, Theo has done well for Everton.


#1898

He may have peaked as a player but his current stage isn’t that bad. Solid contributor to goals Good to see him in a club that looks up to him. Exactly what he needed to flourish.


#1899

No surprise, is it? He is at his level.


#1900

Scored a great goal today, after a great run. (http://hoofoot.com/?match=Bournemouth_2_-_2_Everton_2018_08_25)


#1901

Why do people keep saying he is at his level now he is at Everton? He still in the PL planning for a worse team than arsenal so his numbers should actually be going down buts it’s not. Theo was never a superstar and since he has not been on our right we have been struggling on that side and mhiki has not helped.


#1902

Well, Everton seem on the rise. They could pose a threat to our Top 6 dreams if we are not careful.


#1903

Our top 6 dreams?! Get a fucking grip…top 6 fucking dreams, Everton finishing above us maybe in a first torrid season struggling to get to grips with a new style but you are acting as if they are somehow gonna be a force. :xhaka:


#1904

Dunno dude. City, Liverpool and Spurs look to be a step ahead than the others(coming from last season too). Chelsea with all their flaws have Eden Hazard and Kante. United could be tricky but I think somehow Mourinho will get them in the top 6. Then there’s us. On paper Everton have a proper team and so far they seem to be delivering. Will that last? Maybe, maybe not. Still, Leicester won the freaking league would Everton making top 6 surprise you?
Btw, Top 6 in the first season under a literally a new era isn’t that bad. Should seriously invest in EL tho.


#1905

We will never finish lower than 6th ever. The league is basically 6 teams and the other 14 fight it out to be best of the rest


#1906

When we sold Theo I wasn’t that mad, I was happy because Theo needed a fresh new start. He didn’t develop into the type of player Wenger wanted him to be, but that doesn’t mean he isn’t a skilled specialist, and now he’s showing Everton what he can do.

It’s a shame because Emery clearly wants a lot of our attack to come from pacy wide players, even Bellerin is thriving under that style. Inagine what Theo could be doing, he’d be causing havoc for us.


#1907

He has a mountain to prove yet at Everton.

Bellerin is far from thriving.

Dont need to imagine he was here for a number of years and despite the odd good spell - never cut it.


#1908

We got a good return out of Walcott. Got a good price when we sold him too. Not too shabby imo.


#1909

Yeah he was good but not great. Otherwise we would have kept him. And its not as if we did not wait for the great either!


#1910

He relies too much on his speed. When defenders close off his space or more agile defenders face him. He’s like a trapped monkey. Walcott cannot beat his man and he ends up either passing back or losing the ball as he can’t beat his man with trickery.

Walcott still lack a football brain. What’s that saying again? If you give him time he becomes damn indecisive.

Too stupid to develop and thinks of himself as a bloody striker. Didn’t we play him for practically one season up front after giving him £100k? That didn’t work.