John Stammers in the Mirror is reporting that Theo Walcott has agreed a new contract at Arsenal and that the Gunners will fficially confirm the new contract in the next two weeks, certainly before the start of the Premier League season when they play West Ham at home.
The 26-year-old England international was set to enter the last year of his current deal, but after a summer of talks between the player and his representatives, negotiations ended successfully.
Winger agrees four year Arsenal deal - originally posted on Soccerlens.com
History repeats itself. It's the only phrase that comes to my mind while writing this report on Theo Walcott. Deja Vu. After a fairly long protracted saga of contract unrest, Arsenal winger Theo Walcott has agreed to sign a new deal at the club, that will keep him at the Emirates till 2019.
As readers of Football is Fixed blog will understand, Jon Moss should never have been given the 2015 FA Cup Final considering his historical bias towards Arsenal and the disciplinary action taken against him during the 2014/15 season. Other top flight and junior referees were almost unanimous in their suggestion that not only was the Moss selection a disgrace but also that the best referee for the FA flagship event would have been Mark Clattenburg (http://footballisfixed.
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I mean, has he ever played in that position at all? I find this an interesting debate. Why do we seem to always compare Sterling with Walcott, surely Sterling plays in a position more akin to Sanchez and if this is the case then I certainly do agree with the suggested ratio that Sanchez is worth at least 2 Sterlings but if Sterling can play CF then things change for me.
Jon Moss has been appointed to referee the FA Cup Final 2015. He has refereed Arsenal 9 times - every game a victory.
Given his close relationship with John Colquhoun (http://footballisfixed.blogspot.co.uk/2015/05/mobgate-5.html), we sincerely hope that Theo Walcott's ongoing contract talks don't impinge on the occasion - Walcott is only in the team due to the inept performance of WBA last weekend (Colquhoun holds considerable sway at Albion).
Ahead of the FA Cup final, the Arsenal star Theo Walcott has fired a warning towards the Gunners' opponents for the big game at Wembley, Aston Villa. The speedy winger claimed that his side are impossible to play against whilst playing free-flowing football and has firmly set his sights on a win on Saturday night [.
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Arsenal vs West Brom 4-1 Highlights 2015 Walcott Goals Video Hat trick is a post from Soccer Blogger. Follow Soccer Blogger on Twitter Arsenal vs West Brom 2015 (Arsenal-WBA VIDEO BELOW) Final score and result:- Arsenal vs West Brom 4-1 (Walcott*3, Wilshere/McAuley) Emirates Stadium, London- 24 May, 2015- 24/5/15 Theo Walcott scores a hat trick [.
Following his deflected goal that gave Arsenal the equaliser against Manchester United, Theo Walcott has claimed that he is now fit enough to start more games for the Gunners and has admitted his desire to start the FA Cup final against Aston Villa at the end of the month. But considering the fact that Theo [.
Arsenal have kept their fantastic end-of-season run going, and we are now just a few games away from securing Second Place and winning a second successive FA Cup. Arsene Wenger has had practically a full squad of players to choose from in recent weeks, but has miraculously named the same starting XI for four matches [.
Arsene Wenger desperate to keep Arsenal star despite Liverpool interest - originally posted on Soccerlens.com
Arsene Wenger has claimed that he has no plans to sell Theo Walcott at the end of the season. The Arsenal manager has also said that talks are ongoing with the 26 year old and that he is keen to keep the player at the Emirates side.
Some days I find no inspiration for the pre-match, today is one. I usually find something to hang the post on our form, the oppositions form (or lack of it), their manager and his tactics, their town, sometimes a tale from my past AFC history but today ..... nothing.
I have already expressed my dislike of Steve Bruce and his tactics many times, I have written about how awful the town at the end of the Humber Bridge is, I have described our wonderful form and the players who have propelled us forward over the past few months what is left?
The silly season is fast approaching with the rumour mill beginning to engage its cogs and whirly things in an effort to ratchet up the intensity of the potential player offerings and to make the driest mouth salivate as if sucking a lemon.
Your correspondent in recent times has had a particular interest in a tall, tricky and speedy winger named Yarmolenko, who might well be a replacement for Theo, should his imminent contract talks fail to ignite his desire for more dosh to count when next he is injured.
There was one part of LB's excellent post match report from the weekend that struck a chord with me when he made the following observation :
Ramsey on the right, really? This smacks of trying to maintain a political harmony rather than being ruthless in the team selection. Yes, he scored the winning goal and that should not be scoffed at but on the wing when we have Welbeck and Walcott on the bench and we were crying out for pace down that flank.
Must be time for a change of first eleven, Mr Wenger the boys are looking jaded.
The Crown Jewels of Alexis, Santi and Ozil could be given tickets to sit in the stands with TH14 and Bobby P just to get some quality time with Arsenal Royalty or perhaps they could take a tour of the ground with Charlie George :-)
This will allow JW and Theo some pitch time and stop them griping through the summer (hopefully).
Good morning. Football is back tomorrow as we face Liverpool hoping to pick up exactly where we left ahead before the Interlull. Six wins on the trot built some rather fine momentum so fingers crossed we can maintain that tomorrow.
The manager's press conference took place yesterday and in terms of team news there's a doubt over Danny Welbeck after the knee problem he picked up during the Interlull, while Arsene Wenger isn't yet sure if any of the quartet that played in midweek at the training ground –Mikel Arteta, Jack Wilshere, Mathieu Debuchy and Abou Diaby – will be used.