Emile Smith Rowe


Emile Smith Rowe included in England Under-21s squad for Euro 2023 qualfiers

Emile Smith Rowe has returned to the England Under-21s squad for their crucial Euro 2023 qualifiers. The Arsenal midfielder has dropped back down from the seniors, having last played for the Young Lions in October. Aston Villa striker Cameron Archer, who scored seven goals in 20 appearances on loan at...

Emile Smith Rowe set for Arsenal return against Leicester

Mikel Arteta expects to have Emile Smith Rowe available for the visit of Leicester in the Premier League on Sunday. Smith Rowe has not played since February 19 and missed his side’s win at Watford last weekend after he contracted Covid-19. However, Takehiro Tomiyasu will remain sidelined for the...

Arsenal legend tells club to SELL Bukayo Saka and Emile Smith Rowe this summer

Arsenal legend Paul Merson has sensationally claimed that Arsenal should be looking to get rid of Bukayo Saka and Emile Smith Rowe in the summer in a worst-case scenario. The Hale End graduates have been two of the Gunners' biggest stars this season, breaking into the first team in recent seasons and becoming fan favourites. The duo have also become England internationals under Mikel Arteta and been given the no.7 and no.10 shirts respectively at the club – but Merson says that unless they're in north London for the long haul, they should be sold this summer.

Mikel Arteta considering Emile Smith Rowe for Arsenal striker role

Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta has confessed that he is considering using winger Emile Smith Rowe as a central striker to get him into the team. The 21-year-old has struggled to hold down a regular spot in Arteta's lineup over the last few months, playing in a number of different positions and often coming off the bench, but that has not stopped him from scoring five goals in his last eight Premier League outings.

Emile Smith Rowe, Bukayo Saka fire Arsenal to win over Brentford

Second-half goals from Emile Smith-Rowe and Bukayo Saka helped Arsenal secure a 2-1 win over Brentford in the Premier League on Saturday and keep pace in the top four race. Victory means the Gunners move to within a point of Manchester United, whom Arsenal have played two games fewer than, in fourth and only sit behind fifth-placed West Ham - who have played three games more and could only draw with Newcastle earlier in the day - on goal difference.

Emile Smith Rowe and Bukayo Saka shine as Arsenal down Brentford to continue turnaround

Some at Arsenal may call it revenge, but they should now have much bigger aims.Mikel Arteta’s young team emphasised the extent of their improvement with a 2-1 win over Brentford that was a far cry from the alarming 2-0 defeat that kicked off the season.Thomas Frank’s team, still without Christian Eriksen, didn’t create anything like the same noise. They barely created anything at all, and should really start to worry about getting dragged into a relegation battle.Arsenal, by contrast, should be thinking about the Champions League. They are now one point behind fourth-placed Manchester United, but have played two games...

Arsenal adulation ‘surreal’ for Emile Smith Rowe as young Gunner fires 10th goal

Emile Smith Rowe admits it was “surreal” to hear his name ring around the Emirates Stadium as he hit his 10th goal of the season in Arsenal’s victory over Brentford. The Gunners kept up their top-four aspirations with a 2-1 win as Smith Rowe and fellow academy graduate Bukayo Saka scored the second-half goals before Christian Norgaard’s last-gasp consolation strike.

Emile Smith Rowe and Bukayo Saka inspire Arsenal to victory over Brentford

England duo Emile Smith Rowe and Bukayo Saka once again provided the goods as Arsenal beat Brentford to move within a point of the Premier League top four. Making just his second league start since December 2, Smith Rowe’s solo effort broke the deadlock before fellow academy graduate Saka added a well-taken second in a 2-1 victory, Christian Norgaard striking a last-gasp consolation for the visitors.