Arsenal's Emile Smith Rowe is currently getting the praises and adoration he deserves at the Emirates Stadium. A graduate of Arsenal's famous Hale End Academy, the young English midfielder is starting to make his mark at the club. In his last game for the Gunners against Aston Villa last Friday, Emile Smith Rowe was one of the best players on the pitch and was rightly awarded the man of the match award after scoring a goal and providing an assist.
Arsenal's Hale end Academy has been a cradle for most of Arsenal's talents whom have rose to stardom. Bukayo Saka was only 7 years old when he joined the academy. Ten years later he got promoted to the first team and signed his first professional contract. A feat he achieved without going out on loan just like his fellow Nigerian, Alex Iwobi. Since his promotion to his first team, he had never stopped dishing out top performances.His hard work earned him a contract extension last year's July. Below are pictures
With just 4 days left for this summer's transfer window to close, teams are doing everything in their power to improve on their team. For Arsenal, they have made six new signings already, and reports suggest that any additional deal is solely dependent on outgoings.
In a bid to secure the future of the club, Arsenal have begun signing their young Guns to new and improved long term deals. According to ANS, Ryan Alebiosu has quell reports linking him with a move away from the North London club after he penned a new deal. Alebiosu was snatched by Arsenal's Hale End Academy only when he was seven. The winger has ascended the various grades of the club to break into the B-team of the club. Speculations were rife that the 18-year-old star of Nigerian descent could call time on
Arsenal's manager, Mikel Arteta recently confirmed that Hale End Academy graduate, Jack Wilshere is currently training at the club, but the manager emphasized that the club is only helping him prepare for his next step while continues to do his coaching badges. Looking at the situation from another perspective, signing the player on a six-month deal may actually help Arsenal in January.
Joe Willock is another Hale End Academy graduate who had a successful loan spell. Due to lack of game time last season, he decided to move to Newcastle United, and that proved to be a good move as he played excellently well. Reports have it that Newcastle manager, Steve Bruce will like to have again next season, but he is waiting on Mikel Arteta's final verdict.
Young Nigerian goalkeeper Arthur Okonkwo wants more money to remain at the Emirate Stadium. The Hale End Academy product has been retained - by the Gunners but yet to sign a new contract. According to the report by the club - the youngster is among the players retained for the start of the new season.
Arsenal have rejected two big money bids from Aston Villa's as they look to keep Emile Smith Rowe, the young English midfielder began his rise to stardom last season when he helped the gunners beat Chelsea 3:1 on boxing day. Photo Credit: @afcstuff Twitter handle Having graduated from the popular Hale End Academy, he is rated highly at Arsenal which is why the club seems to be reluctant to sell him even after Aston Villa upped their initial £25m bid.
Arsenal's Emile Smith-Rowe has today, Thursday 22nd July, extended his contract with the club. The English professional footballer signed a new five year contract and was handed the number 10 shirt. The shirt number was previously worn by the German player, Mesut Ozil, who left the club in January 2021.
A breaking news came to the hears of all gunners that Ryan Alebiosu has signed his first professional contract with the club. The 18-year-old prospect joined Hale End Academy of Arsenal when he was just seven years old. The Islington-born Nigerian Gunner joined pre academy before signing as an under-9, developing through the ranks in the same group as fellow Academy graduate, Bukayo Saka. With a statement on ARSENAL FC official website, English Premier League club Arsenal have confirmed that versatile Nigerian
Arsenal football club have confirmed that young defender Zane Monlouis has signed his first professional football contract at the club. The highly-rated central defender is a product of the Hale End Academy and has been impressive for the young Gunners. Zane Monlouis made 12 appearances for the Arsenal U-18 side last season despite being a schoolboy. He scored in consecutive league games against Leicester City and Brighton Hove Albion amid several impressive displays. The 17-year-old England International received
Arsenal have quite a huge reputation developing young players into superstars. The club's famous Hale End Academy is one of the best in England and has seen a number of quality players graduate from it. Two of the Hale End Academy are to be discussed in this article and they are Jack Wilshere and Bukayo Saka. Two English players, graduates of Arsenal's Hale End Academy and both England internationals. But is Arsenal still making the same mistake they did when managing Jack Wilshere as now that they have Bukayo
When a club like Arsenal is mentioned, all that could come to ones mind is the young crop of players that the club has bee able to produce over the years. The likes of Bukayo Saka, Reiss Nelson and Joe Willock have all had the chance to feature for the first team and Folarin Balogun was the latest in the that regard. The name that is currently being whispered is that of Kido Taylor-Hart, who is said to be delivering a string of good performances for the junior side. Who is Kido Taylor-Hart? Born on September
On his return to Arsenal's training center after his performances with England during the European Championships, Bukayo Saka was overwhelmed with emotion. The 19-year-old was the breakout hero of Gareth Southgate's team's campaign, which saw them reach their first major tournament final since 1966.
Since joining Arsenal from Luton Town’s academy at the young age of 11, Charlie Patino as shown to be a fantastic piece of business being pulled off by Arsenal’s recruitment team in 2015. Arsenal previously hit a jackpot with the signing of Jack Wilshere bar injury. He was spotted while he was with Luton Town’s academy and was immediately snapped up by Arsenal’s recruitment team. Jack Wilshere would have unarguably gone to be an undisputed Arsenal legend but his injury woes had truncated the best part
Arsenal failed to secure a spot for Champions league and Europa league competition for the first time in 25 years.Here are the impressive statistics of Arsenal's Hale End Academy graduate; Emile Smith Rowe and Joe Willock in the 2020/21 season. Emile Smith Rowe: The 20-year old made his first team competitive debut for the Gunners in September 2018 in the Europa league against Poltava.
Twenty-one year old Dan Ballard who is a product of Arsenal's Hale End Academy has joined Blackpool on loan for the 2020/21 season. The Irish international has been at the club since he was eight years old, progressing to a scholar in July 2016 followed with his first professional contract in July 2018. His positive development was rewarded with signing a new contract with Arsenal in May 2019. He has represented Northern Ireland in youth levels and made his senior international debut recently for his country
can exclusively report that highly talented Nigerian teenager Ryan Alebiosu has ended speculation about his future by signing a new contract with English Premier League side Arsenal. Arsenal's retained list published by the Premier League in late June showed that the Hale End Academy product was among the players offered fresh terms by the Gunners. Although Alebiosu has recently been spotted training with the U23 squad, there is no official word yet from the Emirates outfit whether or not he accepted the
The Arsenal football club have had to close their Hale End Academy after a staff member tested positive for Covid-19. The Premier League giants were left with no other choice but to shutdown the facility while they undertake a track and trace operation. A report in THE ATHLETIC details that a senior staff had traveled abroad before returning with a positive test result when hack at the Arsenal Academy, seven other members has been asked to enter into self-isolation as a result of being in contact with the positive
Joseph Willock is one of the few Hale end Academy graduate currently playing for the Arsenal first team, Willock is a cool-headed Arsenal player who doesn't play with his religion, Christianity, he posted on his Instagram handle a picture of his holy Bible, a close pal disclosed that he reads is holy Bible every night after the day's activities. According to the core followers of the premier league, it is believed that the Arsenal Academy graduates are the most disciplined sets of players among the top six premier