Arsenal's Theo Walcott holds his knee in agony as he is injured during their English FA Cup soccer match against Tottenham Hotspur at the Emirates stadium in London, January 4, 2014. (REUTERS/Dylan Martinez)
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England manager Roy Hodgson Tuesday voiced his disappointment after Arsenal forward Theo Walcott was ruled out of this year's World Cup with a serious knee injury.Earlier Tuesday, Wright, who sat out the 1998 World Cup in France due to a hamstring injury, told BBC Radio Five Live: "As a player, it's devastating. I missed out on a World Cup in '98 through injury and it's something you never truly get over. Former England striker Michael Owen, who sustained a serious knee injury during the 2006 World Cup in Germany, also voiced support for Walcott.
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