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Submitted by no_more_heroes 899d ago | news

Theo Walcott fears "tragedy" if Arsenal miss out on Champions League

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Arsenal ace Theo Walcott claims it would be a "tragedy" if they fail to qualify for the UEFA Champions League next season. (Arsenal, English Premier League, Theo Walcott, UEFA Champions League)

no_more_heroes  +   900d ago
I genuinely think you already have. Neither Spurs nor Chelsea are gonna slip up enough for you to pull it back, even if you win all of your remaining games. They're too good for that.

Too little, too late I'm afraid. It's gonna be a long road back.

At least I'm prepared for the blow this time...
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jak3y13oy  +   900d ago
Though i would love to see them in Champions League i would like to see how Tottenham would do in it next season (if they still have bale *one man team*) ;)
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Thefreeman012  +   899d ago
Don't. Think that hotspurs would fair to well in UCL. No experience
vulcanproject  +   899d ago
Spurs did alright last time they were in it....

Arsenal can make 4th. tey can. Spurs have a harder run in and the Europa league to still worry about.

After their loss to Fulham yesterday they threw away a game they should have definitely won.

The door was blown wide open yesterday...
Blackdeath_663  +   898d ago
@Thefreeman012
well they can't get experience if they can't get into the UCL in the first place. everyone has to start somewhere. besides experience is only useful if you can produce something from it failing over and over is not helpful experience.
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chukamachine  +   899d ago
Arsenal will get 4th, it's meant to be.
RedDevils  +   898d ago
Hope Chelsea Get 5th spot
goku32359  +   898d ago
I highly doubt that's going to happen, especially if Tottenham's recent bad form continues. Chelsea are in front of them, and have a game in hand.
fOrlOnhOpe57  +   898d ago
Arsene Wenger has basically shackled Arsenal into a perpetual shallow downward spiral.
Whilst the top premiership teams strengthen their squads in terms of size AND quality, the best Arsenal can realistically hope for is domestic cup success - and even then they would need a large slice of luck. It seems like a similar scenario at Liverpool.
Turning around the fortunes of these once-successful clubs is a bit like trying to turn a supertanker at sea.
Bottom line is they really need to invest BIG.
mynameisq  +   898d ago
@no_more_heroes- Dude Spurs have lost three games in a row, have the harder fixtures+ Europa to tire them out, goal difference worse than Arsenal and are only 4 points ahead and Arsenal have a home game in hand!! I'm no Arsenal fan but it's likely they'll get 4th, they manage to do it every year

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