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Neymars International record is too good, and he's only like 23... kids gonna destroy records left right and center for brazil
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poor defending by sagna results n 2 brazil goals..
Everyone here saying Theo should be sold are in one word kuku this guy is simply going through a tough time but he will come good. ....do you ever want to play against a fit Walcott as an opponent? Just imagine him coming at Mertesarcher like a bullet:(
It's not about his offensive power, our formation requires the wingers to track back and help defend and lately... he doesn't want to do that. Currently he is suited only to playing a striker role, with Alexis and Chamberlain able to offer more in terms of team play and Giroud and Welbeck both offering more work rate, his chances of first team starts are becoming very limited. Same deal as Wilshere, both are becoming far too specialised in terms of their deployment and will find it very difficult to get a start. Simple fact is we're not missing either, goals are coming from everyone and the team is playing beautifully. All we are really lacking is experience at RB with Debuchy out and Bellerin still learning and an experienced replacement for Arteta in the middle, like Schneiderlin. In the last 27 matches, we've won 21, drawn 3 and lost 3. We aren't missing Walcott and he needs to knuckle down and earn his position back by showing a greater work rate in matches.
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You're right Zilch about that and im not saying he's doing everything amazingly atm all am saying is that we should give him a chance to knock off all the injury results like fear to get itnto a tackle and am sure all will be okay. Im on the let Theo not be sold team.
You guys have to watch Arteta's artistry video up above. I miss the guy. His injuries this season left a big giant whole in our midfield until Coq stepped up.
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Since making his Premier League debut in August 2012, no player has provided more assists than Santi Cazorla (27).

Not bad for £16million.
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12.5mil apparently. Arshavin's 15mil still club record before Ozil.
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http://news.arseblog.com/2015/03/nottingham-forest-confirm-akpom-loan-deal/

akpom to Notts forest confirmed
In my opinion, the contribution of walcott in the current arsenal team is bare minimal. Apart from his average shot and goal conversion rate, he is a type of injury prone and defensive liability player.His development as a young player since he came from southhampton is very poor. I don't think that this is attributed to injury and wrong playing position. At this time , Arsenal has excellent players in his position.What i prefer for wenger is to sell him and bring in a skillful and hardworking player,like A.Sanchez.That is what arsenal needs to compete with the big boys.
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You're wrong.
if we only consider this season, Walcott's contribution to this current team has been minimal but that is entirely down to the fact that he has been injured.

Walcott's contribution over previous seasons and his potential future impact should not be lightly overlooked, in my opinion. Prior to his injury he was contributing more goals and assists year on year, culminating in 22 goals from the wing a couple of years back.

He is ideal to play on the counter, and we should do our best to keep him and get him fit again. A front three of

Walcott RW - Welbeck CF/ST - Alexis LW

is perfect for those games when we're going to sit deep, and hit them on the counter with pace.
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this season he's hiding......does not get involved...unlike prior to injury he was running behing running through now he barely makes dribles n spends games wide n spectating, if he's should go back to the form that got him his contract, that workrate n form should see him fend off welbz hunt for rw...that's a big if he does replicate his form for contract negotiations like last time
Personally, he's done a lot for the club even right up to his injury last season where he was carrying us on his back because we didn't get the same effort from OG or Poldi. Now he's not at his best as he is also being extremely cautious due to the fact that he doesn't want to injure any other part of his body by trying too hard to get back to his best which we're prolly seeing with Sturridge.

If we get a player like Paulo Dybala next season however, that surely will signal the end of Theo's AFC stint imo since that ARG dude is on fire right now and he's got loads more technical ability than Walcott along with good pace like Sanchez and Gnabry.
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Theo has brought a lot. He will go back to his best and imo we must make sure that he does in an Arsenal shirt. I would hate to see him hit his prime in another club!
Well Ramsey and Eduardo's contributions were also minimal after such long term injury's. Football is not like riding a bike. And his not hiding if he was hiding he wouldn't be getting in such good scoring positions. His just not sharp enough to take advantage yet. If he wasn't getting in behind defenses like he used to then i would say we should be worried. If he wants to rediscover his form he needs to sign what we're willing to offer then work his ass off next season

Right now let's just wait and see what happens. We might not get our preferred targets. I seriously doubt he will get his form back before the end of the season. Am just glad no matter what happens the club is in a very strong position to handle it
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Zimmortal you're drunk gohome lol but seriously you can't be saying that to a person fighting tooth and nail for fitness after that horrible ACL injury.
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Not Arsenal related but to intentionally bring down the plane is just.. No words can describe it... How can you be so selfish?


http://news.sky.com/story/1453092/alps-crash-co-pilot-wanted-to-destroy-plane
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wow. that is so crazy. This guy must have had some vendetta, I cant see committing suicide by killing 150 innocent passengers... but that's just me.
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That is why I hate flying. At first I thought it is because I am afraid of heights, while that is true the fear of heights doesn't really kick in while i'm in a plane.

What scares me most I think is that you put your life in someone else hand like as though it was nothing. Someone you don't know, you have never met and sometimes someone you haven't even seen.

Yea yea, professionals and all that but in my experience even a trained dog can bite you. At the end of the day humans are flawed animals.
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I'm going to go on record here saying that a "trained dog" and a psychologically balanced dog are two completely different things.
Ldinho you do realize every time you get in a cab or a train..you also put your life in someones hands. Someone you don't know, you have never met and sometimes someone you haven't seen:p
@Ldinho - I would argue that even without boarding a plane your life is permanently at risk from forces outside your control.

A drunk driver could hit you while you walk on the pavement, a mentally disturbed individual could hack you down whilst you're picking up some vegetables at your local supermarket etc

As long as there are other people alive and walking round, nobody is ever truly safe. However, everyone would be cowering in their rooms trying to avoid the dangerous "outside world", if we take such a view of life.

For this reason, checks are put into place for such professions - namely psychological assessment and reviews, where a control body determines whether or not the individual is fit for the job.

That said, nobody ever really knows what other people are thinking. Every single one of us could be harboring thoughts of depression or suicide or even vengeful murderous rage. We have to put some faith into mankind and assume that not everyone is a psychopath intent on causing grief and despair.

When tragedies like this occur, we grieve but it will be hard, even unfair, in my opinion, to appoint blame to anyone else for the private thoughts and actions carried out by an individual.

At least until we master telepathy....
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@PeterzeGooner:

Yeah, but the chance of survival on a plane is way worse than a train or taxi!! Your pretty much dead when a plane goes down...
LOL you guys gotta see this Sheikh Alex bin song !!!

https://pbs.twimg.com/media/CBBUPx1UUAA_mYC.jpg

Since leaving Barca song have gone full mental , He was on sky sports la liga revista pundit panel along with Clichy for El clasico :D
Arsenal: Theo Walcott labels reports of contract demands, rift with Arsene Wenger as 'complete nonsense'.

Real Madrid's Sami Khedira admits he'll leave when contract expires in June; has 'no agreement' with new team.

Can't go wrong on a free!
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Well in Walcott's own words "I'm not thinking about extending my contract currently, just focused on playing for Arsenal"

Pretty sure his contract extension will be based on his ability to recover from injury

And khedira is already agreed to join schalke
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If Walcott recovers he is our first choice on the right i would be so sad to see him go. A lot of people are saying OX is gonna keep him out of the team but ox plays best centrally I see him keeping Wilshere out of the team not theo
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I think Walcott has a better end product than Ox (at least he did before his big injury).

Ox is the better dribbler but Walcott contributes more goals and assists from the wide positions. I don't see why we can't accommodate both on rotation, particularly given our normal injury pile ups.

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I want theo to stay too. He gives us a pacy option and as mentioned has a killer cross and can finish as well. I like Wels there too, but he what if Giroud is injured? Need welbeck to back him up.
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Premier League Table

Form
PTS
GD
GA
GF
L
D
W
Pl
Pos
67
36
25
61
2
7
20
29
1
61
34
28
62
5
7
18
30
2
60
27
31
58
6
6
18
30
3
59
25
27
52
5
8
17
30
4
54
12
32
44
8
6
16
30
5
53
21
21
42
9
5
16
30
6
53
5
45
50
9
5
16
30
7
43
-4
38
34
11
7
12
30
8
42
3
37
40
10
9
11
30
9
42
-3
37
34
12
6
12
30
10
36
-5
41
36
12
9
9
30
11
35
-15
48
33
13
8
9
30
12
34
-4
42
38
12
10
8
30
13
33
-12
39
27
13
9
8
30
14
28
-12
40
28
14
10
6
30
15
28
-20
39
19
16
7
7
30
16
26
-21
44
23
12
14
4
30
17
25
-23
49
26
15
10
5
30
18
22
-23
54
31
20
4
6
30
19
19
-21
48
27
18
7
4
29
20
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UEFA Champions League Table

Form
PTS
GD
GA
GF
L
D
W
Pl
Pos
13
10
4
14
1
1
4
6
1
13
7
8
15
1
1
4
6
2
6
-2
10
8
2
3
1
6
3
1
-15
19
4
5
1
0
6
4

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