Breaking – Theo Walcott Announces Retirement From National Team

Arsenal attacker Jack Wilshere was recalled to the Three Lions Squad after missing out on the team that played in the European Championship.

Theo Walcott put up his usual dismal performance for his country, and he called a prezzer to announce his retirement from international football, per reports from Gunnerstown.

Walcott broke into the national team at the 2006 World cup when he was only a teenager, Theo has played 46 matches for The Three Lions, with a low return of 8 goals.

He was left out of Arsenal’s team for the most part of last season because of his poor form and that affected his position in the Three Lions Squad. He was left out of their

Theo’s England career has been hit and miss at best.

The high being his hat trick vs Croatia in September 2008 (and the record as the youngest plater to score a hat trick for England) and the low being omitted from the 2010 World Cup squad, which Capello later admitted was a mistake.

Theo stated that he wanted to concentrate on his career with The Arsenal and he felt it was time for the youngsters, such as Lingard and Rashford to step up and take over the mantle for England.

With a smirk on his face, Theo the stood up, dropped the Mike and exited stage left, ignoring the pleas from the shell shocked press.


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