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The Sun - France go Bac to basics
ARSENAL and France defender Bakary Sagna admits both teams have a weak spot with corners and free-kicks.
The Mirror - Theo Walcott ready to ditch the L-plates against Kazakhstan at Wembley
Theo Walcott will have the eyes of 90,000 people watching him at Wembley today. But what matters is that he pleases just one of them.
The Daily Mail - EXCLUSIVE: The Gent who found Walcott - trial judge took punt on 10-year-old Theo's pace
The late Bryon Butler gave perhaps the finest piece of radio sports commentary in history when Diego Maradona scored Argentina’s second goal against England in the 1986 World Cup quarter-final.
The Independent - It was meant to be just another England training session. Then Theo Walcott picked up the ball on the right wing...
He received the pass on the right, taking a precise touch to help the ball run across his body
The Times - Expect highs and lows, but Fabio Capello must stick with Theo Walcott
I’ve met Chris Waddle a few times – like me, he played for Marseilles and was probably the most popular foreign player in French football.
The Daily Telegraph - Theo Walcott handed key role for England
Kazakhstan's players have been seeing the sights of London, taking in Big Ben, Buckingham Palace and the food hall at Harrods, and on Saturday evening they will be treated to a glimpse of another of the capital's attractions, Arsenal's Theo Walcott.
The Guardian - Theo scampers on the chalky remains of '66
Walcott and Heskey could be just the pairing to gracefully inaugurate an era of elegant success at Wembley
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