Everton’s Troubles: Ex-Winger Theo Walcott Remains Optimistic Amid Financial Rule Breach Uncertainty and Winless Streak

Walcott believes Everton ‘will barely scrape by’ to remain in the Premier League

Despite the ongoing uncertainty surrounding a potential points deduction for financial rule breaches, former Everton winger Theo Walcott believes that his old club will manage to stay in the Premier League this season. The Toffees have been struggling in recent matches, failing to win any of their last 13 league games.

Walcott expressed his concerns about the team being distracted by the ongoing uncertainty surrounding the potential points deduction. He urged the players to focus on their performances on the pitch and not get distracted by off-field matters. Despite the challenges they are facing, Walcott remains optimistic about Everton’s chances of surviving.

He pointed out that Everton has a lot of experience in the dressing room, with players who have been in relegation battles before. Walcott acknowledged that the situation is difficult, especially with the construction of a new stadium, but he believes that the team will have enough quality and experience to overcome any obstacles that come their way.

To hear more from Walcott and his thoughts on Everton’s chances of survival, listen to his full podcast interview on BBC Sounds.

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