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Can Emile Smith Rowe become an England regular before the World Cup?

This article amazingly was written before today’s news, which saw Emile Smith Rowe promoted to the senior England squad for this first time ….. Emile Smith Rowe rose through the England youth ranks and has played at every level since his breakthrough in the 2015-16 season. Few are doubting that he will eventually become a […]

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Saka’s Flexibility must make Gareth Southgate take notice for the Euros

There has been a huge amount of revisionist hindsight amongst the Arsenal fanbase this week after Bukayo Saka’s stunning performance at left back against Newcastle. Suddenly, everybody had always wanted the young England International played there in Kieran Tierney’s injury absence and had Arteta played him there the previous Thursday, Arsenal might still be in […]

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‘He is better at 16 than Jack Wilshere was!’ – Charlie Patino, Arsenal’s next Midfield Superstar

It is not often in the modern era that players burst on to the scene at 16, particularly not at Premier League clubs. That said, Arsenal’s youngest league debutant has come in recent times, when Jack Wilshere, aged 16 years and 256 days, took his bow. It is interesting therefore that the subject of our […]

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