I look at Theo Walcott and I see a frustrated figure.
To me, he is in danger of becoming as stale as the loaf of bread that's been in my bread bin since 2007. Though he isn't as mouldy.
At the moment Theo doesn't look like he is enjoying his football.
His body language is worse than my French and his face looks like a smacked arse.
Walcott needs a new challenge. Bad.
Not necessarily one away from Arsenal as I have seen written on some websites, but a new one with us.
On the wing he needs to use his footballing brain. Many have said that he lacks one of those though and that the Scarecrow from The Wizard of Oz has more savvy.
I'm sure Chris Waddle has had a pop at Theo in the past saying 'he doesn't understand the game'.
To be fair I can't understand what Waddle says full-stop and how a man who had the dodgiest hair-cut of all time can say anything I don't know.
So piss off Waddle.
The notion that Walcott has no brain is unfair because I know for a fact that he must have at least 1 brain-cell.
After all, he goes out with Melanie Slade who is an absolute winner.
Walcott is all about instinct. He needs to act and do things without thinking.
Not because he thick, but that is just the player he is.
That's why he needs to be in the box. On the end of things and not trying to create stuff because it usually ends in frustration. Or row Z.
We will see the best of Theo when he plays upfront, getting in behind defences and finishing moves off.
It can be said that Walcott finishes better than Ron Jeremy in a porn-film. I'd like to see him given that chance more often.
His pace would scare the shit out of defenders. Honestly they would resort to wearing nappies.
That should be Theo's new challenge. Not making defenders mess themselves, but playing upfront.
Its down to Arsene Wenger and I'm sure he is just waiting for the right time to move Theo up alongside Robin van Persie.
For me that time needs to be sooner rather than later or Walcott might stagnate.
Keep It Goonerish........