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Walcott had been offered a chance of featuring in Brazil by undergoing a risky procedure using a synthetic tendon to repair his ruptured anterior cruciate ligament

Police prepare to enter the Pedrinhas prison to control a fight between inmates of rival gangs inside, in Sao Luiz

UN calls for investigation after torture and decapitation video highlights scale of violence in Brazilian prisons

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Martinez feels it would be very difficult to cope with the start of the domestic season before transferring their attentions to a World Cup in Qatar and then back again

Theo Walcott is stretchered off the pitch during the match against Tottenham Hotspur

Theo Walcott can return 'better and stronger' says Arsenal team-mate Carl Jenkinson

The forward has been ruled out for six months

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Brazilian legend improves his chances of making the Brazil squad by securing Turkish move

Theo Walcott is stretchered off the pitch during the match against Tottenham Hotspur

Arsenal forward Theo Walcott 'could still go' to the World Cup, claims former England striker Cyrille Regis

The England international is expected to miss the rest of the Gunners' campaign and the tournament in Brazil

Theo Walcott is stretchered off the pitch during the match against Tottenham Hotspur

Theo Walcott: Ian Wright offers support after Arsenal forward is ruled out for the rest of season and the World Cup

Walcott has suffered a ruptured anterior cruciate ligament that has ruled him out of the rest of the season and the World Cup in Brazil

Arsenal’s Theo Walcott makes the ‘2-0’ gesture to Spurs fans as he is carried off

Theo Walcott injury: Six-month lay-off devastates Arsenal and England

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World Cup 2014: Sepp Blatter slams Brazil organisers by insisting 'no host country has been so far behind'

Fifa president hits out at host nation after work is delayed on stadiums, hotels, airports and roads ahead of 2014 tournament

Newcastle United midfielder Yohan Cabaye linked with £22m move to PSG

The France international came close to leaving St James' Park in the summer

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