Let’s talk about Theo Walcott for a second. The player has some known deficiencies, right? Despite all of his skills, he is inconsistent and injury prone. We know this. But this guy is coming to Everton with a perfect attitude, isn’t he? He genuinely seems happy to be a Blue. He knows he will get game time, and it seems to have put a pep in his step. I, for one, am excited to see him get on the pitch. Can he be the one to push us up the table? It remains to be seen, but he is certainly something different from what the Toffees have had in recent years.
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Walcott’s pace and goals make him very valuable for a blunt Everton attack
Thursday’s Toffee Bites
Career In Pictures: Theo Walcott - Everton’s Flickr
Photos of his time with England, Southampton and Arsenal
10 Things You May Not Know About Theo - EvertonFC.com
He remains England's youngest goalscorer.
Everton would have been foolish not to sign Theo Walcott - Liverpool Echo
He is certainly a step above what the Blues currently have.
Walcott’s £20m Everton move spells trouble for Lookman and Vlasic -The Guardian
Sam Allardyce says Theo Walcott ‘should be at the peak of his career’ and he is an experienced goalscorer but his arrival is bad news for Everton’s youngsters.
Theo Walcott’s best Arsenal moments - The Short Fuse
The winger leaves after 12 years with the Gunners.
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