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Submitted by no_more_heroes 1215d ago | news

How Will Arsenal Be Compensated For Theo Walcott's Injury ?

HereIsTheCity:

Following agreements between FIFA, UEFA and the European Clubs Association (ECA), when players playing for clubs are injured on international duty during major tournaments, then the national governing body will be required to compensate the club which the player plays for. (Arsenal, England, English Premier League, FIFA World Cup, Injuries, International, Theo Walcott)

no_more_heroes  +   1216d ago
Compensation? To Arsenal? Probably only just enough for us to get an Itzakadoozie from the ice cream truck...
chukamachine  +   1215d ago
Fa should pay the wages to arsenal for the weeks or days he is out.
Mr Patriot   1215d ago | Offensive
crazyturkey  +   1215d ago
knowing the FA they will pay Arsenal with a "thank you come again" bs or otherwise known as a middle finger.
Straightupbeastly  +   1215d ago
Walcott sucks anyways, you should thank the FA instead.
TKCMuzzer  +   1215d ago
At the end of the day a footballer does not have to play for their country if they don't want to. Injury is part of the game and I think all footballers know that. We have to be careful how far it goes because before you know there will be all kinds of contracts flying around between FA's and clubs.

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