Theo Walcott

Theo Walcott | Arsenal & England Wonderkid

Theo Walcott will not be able to feature for Arsenal for the next couple of weeks as he is still trying to recover completely from the surgery that he had gone through last month.

The English forward had started light training recently and he was expected to be one of the substitutes in the upcoming Champions League game against Borussia Dortmund, but, that wasn’t the case to be. Yesterday, he felt the pain in his abdomen again and the medical team decided that he needed to be on the sidelines for a bit more time.

Arsenal winger Theo Walcott has revealed the last three weeks of his contract wrangle with the club last season were easily the most stressful as well as pressurized moment of his life.

The winger cum striker had a very productive season last term for the Gunners, scoring 21 goals in all competitions for the club and finishing as the club’s top scorer as well and it was arguably the most successful season he has had in North London since his move to the club from Southampton.

Theo Walcott has assured the English fans that the Three Lions will eventually be able to make it to the World Cup 2014 finals which will take place in Brazil.

England’s qualifying group is H. They are at no. 2 in the points table of that group. They have played 6 matches and secured 12 points which is 2 less than the points tally of the table toppers Montenegro.

Only one team from the group will make it to the finals. So, the Three Lions need to raise the standard of their performance in their remaining 4 World Cup qualifying games.

The German international Thomas Müller has said that the Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger should not take the German opposition Bayern Munich lightly in the two sides face each other in the last 16 stage of the Champions League.

The manager of Arsenal, Arsene Wenger, has hailed Theo Walcott for his brilliant form in the recent times and has said that he wants the English striker to keep playing for the Gunners for many more years. Wenger also said that the contract disputes between Walcott and Arsenal management have almost been sorted out and Walcott is set to sign a new deal.

Due to the uncertainty surrounding the situation of the star midfielder Theo Walcott, Arsene Wenger has come out by saying that even if Theo Walcott leaves the club in the January transfer window, the club will be looking to replace him with another big-name.

He has also said that there is every chance that they could also create a new start as well. The Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has seen a number of big players leave the club over the last few seasons. Cesc Fabregas, Samir Nasri, and Robin van Persie are some of the players who have decided to go for pastures new.

Arsenal has defeated Coventry City by a huge margin of 6-1 in a Capital One Cup encounter played at the Emirates Stadium on Thursday. Theo Walcott was the hero of Arsenal’s victory. The English striker scored two goals for his team.

Earlier, Arsene Wenger made some changes in the starting line up for this match. Some youngsters were given the opportunity including Nico Yennaris and Francis Coquelin.

Many international sports are becoming popular across the globe. Citizens of other countries are becoming avid followers of the game. One game that seems to have a large global appeal is football. There are numerous organized football leagues all over the world. Perhaps the most successful one of these to be exported is the English Premier League. More than 200 countries are able to watch the sport live. These foreign TV rights bring in additional revenue for the Premier League which is almost £500 million annually.

Arsenal winger Theo Walcott has become the latest injury victim for the England national team after it was revealed that the 23-year-old winger will be missing the friendly match against Italy that will take place on Wednesday. Roy Hodgson will have the chance to experiment with a number of new players, but he would have been hoping to have the Arsenal winger Theo Walcott in his team. Theo Walcott is coming on the back of an impressive season with Arsenal, which has led to rumours linking him with a move to the likes of Chelsea and Liverpool.

Arsenal winger Theo Walcott has said that he is extremely optimistic about the chances of England at the forthcoming major tournaments like the FIFA World Cup 2014 and the Euro 2016. England failed to once again progressed past the quarter-final stage of a major competition after they lost on penalties to Italy.