Theo Walcott still a top footballer and at Southampton becoming Englands ever youngest full capped player in 2006

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Theo Walcott has been around in football since the early years of this century and still at not more than 32 years of age. He is still a great footballer but his role at Southampton has been more at the fringe but still coming in and giving his very best.

Walcott was last on the field in the fantastic and massive 3-2 away win to Tottenham on the 9th of February and coming on he does really have grand importance.

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Manchester City shows the way to total perfection, how their history sums up the ultimate football story

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Looking back in history you will find some very interesting aspects about Manchester City, a club that in many ways sums up the life of football in total. Yesterdays win vs. Brentford away after a lovely goal scored from a HGP a young and promising Phil Foden.

The fact that the club today have enormous financial muscles should not shadow the way they are behaving themselves as a perfect establishment.

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The signings looks perfect, Arsenal hitting bulls eye with their rescruitment and the development

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A grim start to the season has really turned around for Arsenal who are currently in that special 4th position looking to have hit bulls eye with the recruitment of Martin Odegaard and Takehiro Tomiyasu.

Both players have been outstanding in the climb of the PL table in recent months. The fact that the young squad of players and also fantastic form from Saka and Martinelli looks to have settled a team that can fly.

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