As the world's attention turns to the international matches scheduled to begin this weekend, with various countries ready to compete, Arsenal fans, in particular, are ecstatic that their own Emile Smith Rowe has been named to Gareth Southgate's England team, which will play Albania and San Marino.
It is encouraging to see Gareth Southgate developing a more belief in young players and, as a result, recognizing the enormous potential in Smith Rowe. His presence will be crucial in assisting the England squad, considering his incredible ability to create danger in the offensive midfield area and up front.
This decision has been spurred by the midfielders' significant progress in recent weeks, when they have shone late in match after match for the Arsenal team. Because it will be his first time to make an okay for his country, this will be a fantastic opportunity for him to demonstrate his abilities at such a young age in what will be a prestigious call.
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