BIOGRAPHY THEO WALCOOT
Full Name: Theo James Walcott
Place of Birth: Stanmore, England
Date of Birth: March 16, 1989 (28 Years)
No Squat: 14
Height: 176 cm
Biography Theo Walcoot
Theo James Walcott's interest in soccer has been seen since at an early age. Before joining the Newbury soccer academy, professional footballer from England is just playing with the football team in his village. In his first season with Newbury, Theo, his nickname, scored more than 100 goals. After that, he moved with the club Swindon Town, and only lasted for 6 months.
After hengkah from Swindon Town, Theo joined Southampton and refused an offer to join Chelsea. At the age of 14 years, Nike officially became a sponsor for Theo.
Football football terjejbolaan pioneered since joining Southampton in 2006, at the age of which was then still 16 years. In the 2004-2005 season, he played at the young level of Southampton who managed to advance in the final round of the FA Youth Cup against Ipswich Town.
Before the 2005-2006 season began, Theo joined the core team on a tour held in Scotland. He also became the youngest player in Southampton's 16th team at the time, 16 years 143 days, at home to Wolverhampton Wanderers in the Football League Championship tournament.
Theo scored his first senior-level goal in away match against Leeds United on 18 October 2008. In the next game, Theo added his goal note that put him in the top 3 prestigious players, BBC's Ypung Sports Personality of the Year on 11 December 2005.
The player who was born on March 16, 1989 was transferred to Arsenal on January 20, 2006, and got a chance to melakoni debut with the Gunners on August 19, 2006 in the first game in the 2006-2007 season in the league, against Aston Villa.
Theo's first goal for Arsenal when in the final of the League Cup 2007 was hosted by Chelsea at the Millenniom stadium on 25 February 2005. In the game there was a fights incident caused by goals scored Didier Drogba for Chelsea which requires 3 players sent off.
The 2012-2013 season is a prolific season for Theo, with the success of the Gunners locking up fourth place in the League.
Theo's slick game has a major impact on Arsenal, as he can be played on the right and center of the field and can narrow the distance for the opposing team's attackers.
Theo scored three goals in a game against Reading in the Capital One Cup tournament before recording a good record against Tottenham Hotspur and Everton in November 2012. Theo also scored a stunning hat-trick in the match against Newcastle just 4 days before Christmas.
In January 2013, Theo decided to extend a contract that is expected to be long enough with Arsenal.
In that year, Theo got a call to play and strengthen the England squad at the World Cup tournament. Theo became the youngest English player to have played in the international game at that time, 17 years 75 days, against Hungary. Since then, Theo became one of the mainstay players in the England squad. In 2008, Theo created a hat-trick in home games against Croatia in the World Cup Qualifying match.
Known for his speed and agility, Theo is also the youngest ever scorer in the Under-21 national team. It also brought England to a silver medal in the European Championship U-19 in 2009.
Theo re-played in international matches on March 3, 2010, but the star's role in the field can be said to be dimming and playing static without any developments. This is what causes Theo not to be played in the 2010 World Cup qualifiers. It is acknowledged that with Theo's absence in the team, making the game less lively
2005 - 2006: Southampton
2006 - until now: Arsenal