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Walcott

1. Derek (Alton). born 1930, St Lucian poet and playwright, whose works include the poetry collections In a Green Night (1962) and The Bounty (1997), the play The Dream on Monkey Mountain (1967), and the long poem Omeros (1990): Nobel prize for literature 1992
2. Jersey Joe, real name Arnold Raymond Cream. 1914--94, US boxer: world heavyweight champion 1951--52
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Big Sam told Walcott that he believes he can get back to the top of his game after becoming a peripheral figure at Arsenal over the past two seasons.
Premier League Walcott has made 270 appearances for Arsenal in the top flight and has scored 65 goals.
Walcott, who was selected for England's 2006 World Cup squad but has never played in the tournament, is evens with Coral to sign for Everton with a return to Southampton rated 4-1 chance.
Walcott has fallen down the pecking order at The Emirates Stadium and could be allowed to leave this month.
Walcott did not hold back in his criticisms: after one poet read out his work, he told him[,] "[T]he problem is, the entire thing hangs on a dreadful cliche, " and he asked someone else if they 'd ever thought about giving up poetry and writing prose instead.
Having fallen behind to Franco Cervi's strike, Walcott scored twice before a Lisandro Lopez own goal and efforts from Olivier Giroud and Alex Iwobi sealed a 5-2 win for the hosts.
When Walcott, Alexis Sanchez and Mesut Ozil dazzle like the diamonds in a tiara, Wenger's manifesto for football the way it should be played is a godsend.
Walcott, 26, hit the only goal of the game as Arsenal beat Wolfsburg 1-0 to secure Emirates Cup success for the Gunners for the first time since 2010.
But now, 20 percent are in Walcott and 80 percent are beyond Walcott.
By choosing a non-contemporary framework which, nonetheless, has the solidity of a classic, Loreto sets aside all current theoretical conceptualisations on Walcott that oscillate between standardised and partially worn out antitheses such as modernist/postmodernist, traditional/postcolonial, and the like.