Jarrod Bowen


Jarrod Bowen enhances reputation on England debut without reshaping the pecking order

It is two-thirds of the only World Cup-winning formula England ever found. Some 56 years after, West Ham famously conquered the footballing planet, Gareth Southgate emulated Alf Ramsey by looking to London’s East End. A first loss to Hungary in six decades during which the Mighty Magyars have rarely looked mighty suggests that West Ham alone is not a recipe for success. Ramsey, beaten 6-3 by a rather more celebrated Hungary side in his playing days, never played for England again after that historic humbling in 1953, though he acquired a greater fame in 1966. He chose a trio of...

Promising international debut tinged with disappointment for Jarrod Bowen

West Ham forward Jarrod Bowen was left with mixed emotions after his promising England debut came as Gareth Southgate’s men suffered a rare defeat in Hungary.The Three Lions’ Nations League campaign got off to a bad start in Budapest, where children at the half-full Puskas Arena celebrated Dominik Szoboszlai’s penalty in a famous 1-0 triumph.Hungary’s first win against England in 60 years was deserved, considering the pattern of play and contrasting performances on an evening when Bowen provided the visitors’ best attacking outlet.The 25-year-old, who scored 18 goals in all competitions and provided 13 more for the Hammers over the...

Joe Cole backs West Ham forward Jarrod Bowen to shine for England

Joe Cole has backed West Ham forward Jarrod Bowen to flourish in an England shirt.The 25-year-old has shone for David Moyes’ Hammers this season and would have been called up by the Three Lions in March was it not for a foot injury.Bowen scored 18 goals in all competitions and provided 13 more during a memorable campaign that is set for an unforgettable conclusion, having been included in the England squad for the first time.Ex-West Ham star Cole is excited to see his debut in the upcoming Nations League fixtures and believes the former Hull man has the attributes to...

England call-up means ‘everything’ to Jarrod Bowen after journey from non-league

Jarrod Bowen admits an England career felt “a million miles away” as he was plying his trade in non-league football just eight years ago.The 25-year-old West Ham forward earned a maiden Three Lions call-up for the forthcoming Nations League fixtures against Hungary, Germany and Italy following a fine Premier League campaign.Bowen ended the season with 12 league goals as the Hammers secured European qualification through their league position for a second successive year.🔥🔥🔥— West Ham United (@WestHam) May 30, 2022Having seen his chances of a first cap thwarted by injury back in March, Bowen’s form endured on his return...