Arsenal managed a disappointing 1-1 draw with Crystal Palace at Emirates Stadium on Sunday. Arsenal fans were quite irate with the result, and some of it was also directed towards Theo Walcott.
The £140,000-a-week forward has been disappointing of late, and his substitute appearance in the draw against Palace was no better.
He appeared as an 84th minute substitute in the game and endured some dismal moments on the pitch.
Walcott actually the worst player in our squad.
— Billy Dunmore (@Dunmoreorless) April 17, 2016
It’s just a matter of time before Walcott tweets a picture of a car from his pocket
— Monreal (@Mxnreal) April 17, 2016
Walcott is a fraud. The bloke is paid £100k a week and couldn’t dribble past a traffic cone. I mean, I know I’m overweight but I can do that
— Charlie Carver (@GoonerCharles) April 17, 2016
That pathetic dribble, with players breaking in front of him and plenty of space to run into, epitomises the uselessness of Theo Walcott.
— Messi Minutes (@MessiMinutes) April 17, 2016
Walcott is as useful as eating soup with a fork
— Rowe (@JordanRowes) April 17, 2016
Walcott’s first involvement sees him get the ball to start a counter attack, he then runs into two players and falls over. #10MoreYears
— Passernal (@CechBackpost) April 17, 2016
We have gone from Bergkamp and Henry to Giroud and Walcott in less than a decade.
This is not progress.#Arsenal
— Iwobi and Chill (@arushb) April 17, 2016
Walcott: Welbz where we going?
Welbeck: Police station..you’ve been robbing a living for too long. I’ve had enough! pic.twitter.com/0hDv907AjM
— KLifePHS (@KarelPrince_) April 17, 2016
When Theo Walcott has the ball for longer than 2 seconds. pic.twitter.com/jbZMJXPKu6
— JJ (@JasAFC) April 17, 2016
Theo Walcott. Nothing footballer. No awareness, no touch, no brain. DUMP.
— Oli Price-Bates (@OliPriceBates) April 17, 2016
Theo Walcott needs to become our mascot. He desperately needs to start doing something at the club.
— Prince George (@Princegunner11) April 17, 2016
Walcott is a disgrace to the #14 jersey. Theo couldn’t beat an egg, nevermind defenders.
— Mia San Arsenal (@MiaSanArsenal) April 17, 2016
— ㅤ (@whyysoeccentric) April 17, 2016
Wenger will still go to a press conference and tell the whole world how Theo Walcott is a quality player. Lol!!
— Danny Welbeck (@WelBeast) April 17, 2016
Walcott heat map pic.twitter.com/1KfnMr3aEi
— Nishant (@nishantafc) April 17, 2016