Theo Walcott would like to find a fresh start under the direction of football coach Sam Allardyce of Everton. Recently, he accomplished his move to football club Everton for £20 million with a three-and-a-half-year contract.
He was born in Stanmore, England on 16 March 1989. When he was in primary school, the footballer has showed amazing talent in gymnastics. He broke the records in a sports meet, creating the then 11’5’’ achievements. Ahead of his 12-year Arsenal spell, he started his football playing career with Southampton. For his talent in running and ball-crossing ability, the coach has deployed him on the wing mostly.
In 2006, he moved to club Arsenal for £5 million; for outstanding performances in football games for club and national team, the transfer fee has rose to £12 million. The preliminary fee were paid by instalments, the rest increments was paid after every ten football matches of Premier League. At the very beginning, he joined in Everton as a scholar. In March 2006, he signed a professional contract with the Gunners. In September 2008, the football coach Arsène Wenger admitted the football player was sought-after among several football clubs like Tottenham Hotspur, Chelsea and Liverpool.
It was unexpected that Walcott earned his first cap for the 2006 FIFA World Cup, in despite of only a few appearances in football matches of senior football team. Although having been taken as a substitute for several footballers, he cannot expressed his talents for the national football club. Walcott turned to be the youngest footballer player ever for the U21 team. Actually, the football game is the debut for the England U21 team.
He is an aggressive and competitive footballer, because he would like to push himself forward. This is the explanation from him on the move. When it refers to the move, many positive remarks are as follows:
“For the participation of Theo Walcott, Everton perhaps to reach a higher level.”
“I am glad to see the new chapter of the football club, and the join of the former veteran of Arsenal may inject new blood into the team.”
From he played for the Gunners aged 16 in 2006, Theo Walcott won 108 goals for Arsene Wenger’s squad, and he is also the footballer who is the longest-serving player in the history of Arsenal. In the long term serving for Arsenal, he was force to suspend for serious injuries several times, and he also made contributions to football matches at the Emirates in a back-three formation.
He was dispatched to play for many cup games this season. He wish he could reach the prime level of his football playing career or even break records by his unremitting efforts. In order to recoup the powerful Turkish striker in attack, Everton signed the footballer Cenk Tosun this month. In the last season, he scored 19 goals for his team, creating the second best achievements of his football playing career. With the surprising accolades, he only to find himself was excluded out of a new formation after coach’s adjustment in formation.