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Ferdinand says this manager will get the best out of Theo Walcott

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Rio Ferdinand has said that he believes that Everton boss Sam Allardyce is the perfect manager to get the best out of Theo Walcott.

Walcott is expected to end his 12-year stay with the Gunners this month and Everton are one of the clubs that have been heavily linked with him.

The England international has not started a Premier League game this season but at 28-years-old, he is still gifted with lightning fast pace and should be able to carry on playing at the highest level for at least another four years.

Ferdinand has backed his former England national team-mate to move to Goodisan Park and feels that Allardyce will be able to help him revive his career.

“I think he needs to go, he’s not a starter at Arsenal anymore,” the Manchester United legend said.

“He’s been far too inconsistent over the years, he comes in, he scores a couple of goals here and there and he goes missing for a while.

“I think he needs a new lease of life, to go somewhere else and really put a marker down.  I think a manager like Allardyce, who you can see has got the confidence and belief in him, he needs someone like that in his career right at this moment.”

Rio Ferdinand has said that he believes that Everton boss Sam Allardyce is the perfect manager to get the best out of Theo Walcott.

Walcott is expected to end his 12-year stay with the Gunners this month and Everton are one of the clubs that have been heavily linked with him.

The England international has not started a Premier League game this season but at 28-years-old, he is still gifted with lightning fast pace and should be able to carry on playing at the highest level for at least another four years.

Ferdinand has backed his former England national team-mate to move to Goodisan Park and feels that Allardyce will be able to help him revive his career.

“I think he needs to go, he’s not a starter at Arsenal anymore,” the Manchester United legend said.

“He’s been far too inconsistent over the years, he comes in, he scores a couple of goals here and there and he goes missing for a while.

“I think he needs a new lease of life, to go somewhere else and really put a marker down.  I think a manager like Allardyce, who you can see has got the confidence and belief in him, he needs someone like that in his career right at this moment.”