Theo Walcott demands medals this season as Arsenal winger is sick of losing

09 March 2010 10:08
Theo Walcott may be still a few days short of his 21st birthday but the Arsenal and England winger has already had more than enough experience of losing. [LNB]The Gunners, without a trophy since the 2005 FA Cup triumph, are chasing a Premier League and Champions League double this season and Walcott is desperate to break his duck and finally get his hands on some silverware. [LNB]Walcott, in contention for a place in Fabio Capello's World Cup squad, told the Daily Telegraph. 'You want to be remembered for trophies. I've never won anything. Nothing. [LNB] Final fling: Walcott is on a mission to take home a winner's medal[LNB]'I remember losing in a youth cup final with Southampton, I've lost the Under 21 final, lost the Carling Cup. [LNB]'I've got plenty of experience of the pain of losing. It makes you stronger for next time. And it would be nice if that next time was this year.'  [LNB] CHRIS WADDLE EXCLUSIVE: Leaving Theo Walcott at home is a no-brainerHuge blow for Arsenal as Fabregas is ruled out of showdown against PortoDon't panic, cries Wenger after Arsenal are hit by Gallas injury blowAlmunia backs under-fire striker Bendtner: He's the best... at boasting!Will he, won't he? Ranieri admits he wants Gallas on a free from ArsenalARSENAL FC

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