Theo Walcott

Theo Walcott | Arsenal & England Wonderkid

Everton manager Marco Silva has urged the players to produce more consistent performances when they face the top six of the Premier League. The Merseyside outfit secured a terrific 2-0 triumph over Chelsea before the international break, and he is hopeful that the team can produce a similar showing when Arsenal make the trip to Merseyside this weekend.

Speaking in a press conference, Silva said: “We achieved that against Chelsea at home and we have more games against these type of sides and we have to do everything we can to win the match: with ambition, desire, belief in us while respecting them. We are performing better and it is recognition of the good work we are doing, not just for me as a manager but the players. In general I am happy with our performances over the last few weeks with the exception of the 30 minutes against Newcastle (squandering a 2-0 lead to lose 3-2).”

Burnley goalkeeper Tom Heaton has said that he is eager to beat Jordan Pickford to the number one role for England. Pickford has been the country’s first-choice goalkeeper after an impressive debut season with Everton last term but his performances have been questionable during the course of the current campaign.

Speaking to The Mail, Heaton heaped praise on the progress of Pickford over the past year where he has become the undisputed choice for the goalkeeping duties with England. However, the former Manchester United graduate is not willing to give up on the position and he is hopeful for the best ahead of the forthcoming internationals.

Everton forward Theo Walcott wants to help the team win games despite criticisms from the fans. Indeed the player was criticized by some fans following his performance in the game against Manchester City.
He said that it was not an easy match as Manchester City have some really good players and that he was not getting a good service up front. He said that he wants to give his best to the team and help them score as many goals as possible in order to win games.

He believes that the club is progressing under manager Silva but they still have to work harder if they want to win games against the top side. He said that there have been many new players at Everton this season and that it is natural that it will take some time before they play as a team.

England international Theo Walcott has revealed his pleasure after reaching the 300-appearance landmark in the Premier League. The attacker burst onto the scene as a 17-year-old with Arsenal more than 12 years ago and he has since gone through the highs and lows of the league while accumulating more than 300 appearances.

Speaking to Premier, Walcott said that he is pleased with the achievement on the personal scale. He added that the Premier League has become a tougher competition with every year and this makes it the best domestic division in the world, he quipped: “As a personal achievement, it’s fantastic.

Newcastle as they make their way to the Merseyside to lock horns with the Toffees will be specifically concerned about one man from the opposition line-up and that’s none other than Theo Walcott.

Walcott, whenever he has turned up against Newcastle in the past, most of the time he has produced the goods for his team. If we consider his overall numbers against different sides in the Premiership and if we consider both the no. of goals he has struck and the no. of goals he has set up, it’s the most against Newcastle.

Everton defender Kurt Zouma has hailed Jermaine Pickford as one of the world’s best goalkeepers after he redeemed himself with a strong performance against Newcastle United in the Premier League. The England international was guilty of the mistake, which cost the Toffees a valuable point against Liverpool last weekend, but he managed to make amends with an impressive showing in the 1-1 draw against the Magpies.

Speaking after the game, Zouma was full of praise for the former Sunderland man, who ensured that the Toffees came up with one point against the Magpies, he said: “We know he’s different class. Everyone can make mistakes but what he did today was show he is one of the best keepers in the world. He just needs to keep doing that and help us win games. Everybody’s disappointed with the result. Obviously we couldn’t score a second goal. Their goal was the only chance they had in the first half. We tried to move the ball quickly but not how we wanted in the first half. The second half was a bit better so there are some positives to take.”

England international Theo Walcott has admitted that he was not enjoying it at Arsenal towards the backend of his Gunners career. The attacker spent more than a decade with the north London giants but he was left frustrated during the tailend of his career where he struggled for regular playing time.

In a report covered by, Walcott admitted that he was frustrated with how the final years of his Gunners career came about but he is pleased to have his smile back after the making the switch to Goodison Park, he said: “I wasn’t enjoying it. I’ll be honest. I was frustrated, I wasn’t playing, I didn’t play a lot of the time. Having spent so much time there, done so well, it does hurt, but that’s gone now. I had great times but I feel like I’m going to have even greater times here, I really do. I also feel like I’m playing with a smile on my face. If I’m doing that then the best will come out.”

Netherlands goalkeeper Maarten Stekelenburg has penned a fresh two-year extension with Everton. The 35-year-old made just two appearances for the Toffees during an injury-plagued campaign last term but he has nevertheless earned a fresh contract which should see him committed to the club until June 2020.

Speaking on the club’s official website, he said: “I'm fit now. I've played in our pre-season games and I'm very much looking forward to Jordan getting back here so we can push one another. I understand my role and I will try to compete with Jordan and push him to continue to get better as well.”

Theo Walcott says that Everton fans can expect a lot more from Cenk Tosun in the coming years. The 27-year-old made the switch to Everton from Besiktas in the January transfer window for a fee of around € 22.5 million. This is his first spell in English football, but the player is no stranger to Europe in football as he is eligible for both Germany and Turkey. After representing Germany up to the under 21 levels, he made the switch to represent Turkey for the senior national team. He has made more than 25 appearances for Turkey since his debut in 2013.

In his first campaign with Everton, Cenk Tosun came up with a return of five goals in 14 league appearances. This was a reasonable return for a team that was not perfect in the 2017-18 campaign. Wayne Rooney was one of the top scorers for Everton last season and he only managed 10 goals in the league. This speaks volumes about the lack of goal scorers in the Everton team andTosun was a breath of fresh air in this regard. Walcott expects the performances and the goal return to increase in the coming campaign. For the upcoming campaign, the Turkish international is likely to lead the line in the absence of Wayne Rooney and he is likely to be supported by Walcott.

Everton winger Theo Walcott has backed Cenk Tosun to showcase his best game when the Toffees kickstart the 2018/19 Premier League season. The Turkey international joined the Merseyside outfit from Besiktas midway through the previous campaign and had a good debut as he contributed eight goals and a further assist in the top-flight.

Speaking to Everton’s official website, Walcott has backed his teammate to come good during the 2018/19 season as he is expected to have a full pre-season under his belt, he said:“Cenk has settled in really well and you will see a lot more from him next season. He feels at home here, I believe. It’s a different culture and that’s not an easy thing for any player.”