Theo Walcott

Theo Walcott | Arsenal & England Wonderkid

Southampton striker Danny Ings is currently attracting a lot of interest from some clubs in the English Premier League and abroad following the fine form he displayed for the Saints last season. The England international striker was in fine form for the South Coast club in the last campaign as he scored a couple of goals and registered a couple of assists that saw them challenge for a finish in the top half of the table. His blistering performances in a Southampton shirt have earned him a lot of praise in recent times and has linked him with a likely move to Manchester United or Manchester City in the summer transfer window.

Following the UEFA Euros final loss that England suffered at the hands of Italy on Sunday, some of the Three Lions players were subject to harsh racial abuse online. As the second half of extra time approached a tail-end, the scoreline was still 1-1, with neither side able to find a breakthrough after 120 minutes of football. The match then needed to be decided by spot-kicks and just before the final whistle that signified the end of the second half of extra time was blown, England head coach Gareth Southgate decided to bring on Marcus Rashford and his new Manchester United teammate Jadon Sancho.

Young Southampton attacker Nathan Tella has revealed the influence of Theo Walcott on his short career as a professional footballer. Theo Walcott has been a role model for Tella since returning to play for the Saints last summer.

Tella talked about Theo Walcott and how influential he has been for his career in an exclusive interview with the Daily Echo. The 21-year-old told the media outlet that he was happy to provide an assist for Theo Walcott in the win over already-relegated Fulhamin the Premier League last month. According to him, Walcott has really helped him so much.
On his first Premier League goal, the Saints player said that a childhood dream was fulfilled when he found the back of the net against the West London team.

Southampton winger Theo Walcott has revealed that his former side, Arsenal tried to sign him at the end of last season but decided against a return to the Emirates Stadium because he wanted to continue playing regular football. Walcott is not a stranger to Arsenal fans having spent the majority of his footballing career at the Emirates. He was promoted to the first team from the youth setup by former manager Arsene Wenger and he would then be allowed to show himself at the London club.

Walcott burst onto the scene as an electric winger and was known for terrorizing opposition defenders with his brilliant pace and attacking flair. He played a couple of games under Wenger but decided to leave the club after he started playing fewer games in London. He was sold to Merseyside outfit, Everton from Arsenal and was given the chance to rejuvenate his career at Goodison Park.

Everton winger Theo Walcott has been confirmed to be leaving Goodison Park in the summer according to a wide range of reports. The English forward is currently playing for Everton's Premier League rivals Southampton and has been at the St Mary's since the beginning of the season after joining them on a season-long loan since last summer. A move to the Saints is probably what the former Arsenal attacker needed as he has not only been given more playing opportunities, but he has also shown that he still has some qualities as well.

Southampton midfielder Theo Walcott has given a subtle and unrevealing response when asked about his fire, with rumors currently insinuating that he will not be returning to Everton in the summer. The midfielder left Goodison Park last summer and joined Southampton on loan where he agreed to spend the rest of the current campaign, but it's not looking like he will be returning to Everton because it appears he's no longer needed there.

The former Arsenal midfielder became a liability at Everton since Carlo Ancelotti took over and was no longer trusted to feature in games for the Merseyside outfit. After considering that he needed to start playing games, he requested to leave the club and Southampton were the only side that needed him, causing him to return to the club where his football journey started.

Southampton's on-loan midfielder Theo Walcott has revealed that he does not know where his future lies amid reports that he is heading out of Everton at the end of the season. The former Arsenal man is currently on loan at the St Mary's after leaving Goodison Park last summer in search of more game time toward the end of his career.

Since making the move, he has indeed been rewarded with more playing opportunities at Southampton than what he usually got at Everton under manager Carlo Ancelotti and even though he revealed that he is happy at the Saints currently, he insisted that he has no idea what the future holds for him.

Premier League football club have received a welcoming injury boost after it was confirmed that striker Danny Ings and winger Theo Walcott have both been given the green light to resume training and are expected to potentially resume at a later time this week. The Saints will take on Burnley when the international break is over and club football returns to grace our eyes and screens once more. Southampton manager Ralph Hasenhütl will look to secure a win over Burnley as he and his players welcome their rivals to the St Mary's Stadium on Easter Sunday.

Theo Walcott was once again not in the Southampton squad as he continues to recover from a tendon injury suffered at the end of January. The ex-Everton and Arsenal winger was one of several players missing for Southampton during the home clash with Brighton and Hove Albion at the weekend. The Saints struggled in the absence of Theo Walcott as they were beaten 2-1 at home by the Seagulls. Southampton were without several key players for the game including the aforementioned Walcott. Others like Danny Ings and OriolRomeu also sat out the Brighton game for the hosts due to various injuries. Everton loanee Theo Walcott has been missing for his boyhood club since sustaining a tendon injury in the second half of the home game with Aston Villa around two months ago. He was unable to prevent the Saints from losing 1-0 at home to Villa.

Theo Walcott was once again not in the Southampton squad as he continues to recover from a tendon injury suffered at the end of January. The ex-Everton and Arsenal winger was one of several players missing for Southampton during the home clash with Brighton and Hove Albion at the weekend. The Saints struggled in the absence of Theo Walcott as they were beaten 2-1 at home by the Seagulls. Southampton were without several key players for the game including the aforementioned Walcott. Others like Danny Ings and OriolRomeu also sat out the Brighton game for the hosts due to various injuries. Everton loanee Theo Walcott has been missing for his boyhood club since sustaining a tendon injury in the second half of the home game with Aston Villa around two months ago. He was unable to prevent the Saints from losing 1-0 at home to Villa.

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