Ex-Gunner tips Arsenal to win the Premier League

Former Arsenal man Theo Walcott has tipped the Gunners to win the Premier League this season as Mikel Arteta’s side continues to produce some outstanding football.

The Spanish gaffer has transformed a lacklustre Arsenal team into one of the in-form sides in Europe and they top the league standings now.

Arsenal is five points clear and continues to deliver performances which show they are serious about finishing in the top spot.

Walcott was asked on Talk Sport if he believed the Gunners would win the title and the attacker said:

“I do, I really do, actually.

“Look at Eddie Nketiah right now, he is having his chance and taking.

“There is something about Arsenal right now, the whole atmosphere there.

“Yeah… I’m positive about it, I really am.”

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We have turned doubters into believers with our performances this season, so it is not surprising that Walcott believes we can win the title.

He has experience in the Premier League and knows our consistency will eventually be rewarded.

However, we have won nothing yet and must not get carried away because there is so much more work to do.

As long as we stay focused and humble, we could end the campaign with a resounding success.

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3 Comments

  1. Get it right DK; ITS WEED WALCOTT, NOT “WEEDY” . I realise correct reporting of my actual words is almost impossible for you, but even for you, I’d have thought it not beyond you THIS time.
    Plainly, I overestimated your ability!

  2. Theo Walcott had a career that saw him become a millionaire many times over.

    He has better stats than one of my all time players, the one and only George Armstrong.

    He will be remembered for his two fingered salute to the spud fans (the score at the time), despite being showered by coins etc etc and while being stretchered off with a serious injury.

    As he was successful professional footballer, I would suggest that his views are worth reading.

    While he never achieved what I personally thought he was capable of, he became an England International, played for one of the biggest clubs in the world and, I believe, spent his club playing career in the hardest and most competitive league in the world….. I don’t think he could care less what anyone else thinks about him.

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