Arsenal fans are loving ‘dynamo’ Emile Smith-Rowe after a throwback tweet was posted by The Arsenal Academy with the youngster accepting an award from Per Mertesacker.
The award was the football that Smith-Rowe played with on his Premier League debut, though it was perhaps not one he would like to remember, coming on as a substitute in the 3-0 home loss to Manchester City earlier this season. Indeed, his first and only Premier League start came in the following game away at Everton, where the Gunners drew 0-0 and these appearances remain the only ones that the Englishman has made in the Premier League (via Transfermarkt).
Smith-Rowe is currently on loan at Huddersfield Town in the Championship and has scored one goal and provided three assists in 10 appearances so far this season (via Transfermarkt).
These Arsenal fans were quick to show their love for Smith-Rowe on Twitter, with one fan calling him a ‘dynamo’ and another hailed him as ‘one of our own’:
— Arsenal Academy (@ArsenalAcademy) March 11, 2020
❤️ fav up and coming player
— Emma Stone Sports Therapist🦸🏼♀️ (@EmmaStonePT) March 11, 2020
— Artenal 🦦 (@AFC_Aman) March 11, 2020
The fact that we all looked and saw father and son just shows how much love @Arsenal and @mertesacker put into our future. I love our academy. @emilesmithrowe is going to be a dynamo for us. Build that confidence at Hufflepuff, lad!
— Mike Schneider (@schneidermike) March 11, 2020
One of our own from the ends
— Keshaiv (@MrKeshaiv) March 11, 2020
Smith Rowe deserves a chance at arsenal I can’t understand how he’s on loan and we still got Willock here
— MartiSaka (@SakaMarti) March 10, 2020
He is good promising young footballer and I rate him tbh but he is not a baller like Emile Smith Rowe
— Zafri🇲🇾★ (@ZafriAFC) March 10, 2020
Would love to see Smith-Rowe at the 10
— Mark Lubas (@MarkLubas) March 10, 2020
Arsenal fans, what do you think of Smith-Rowe? Do you think he will break into the first team? Let us know in the comments down below!
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