Latest update on Arsenal loan players including Emile Smith Rowe masterclass

Some positive updates on Arsenal loan players

Arsenal has a good few young and old players out on loan and six of them were in action over the weekend at their various temporary homes.

Let’s start with of the brightest players from our academy in recent seasons – Emile Smith Rowe.

The youngster is on loan at Huddersfield Town and he scored a goal and provided an assist over the weekend in their game against Fulham.

His goal and assist came after the Terriers had been 3-0 down. The youngster couldn’t save the day for his team but he did enough to help them attempt a fight back.

Dinos Mavropanos was in action for his new side, Nurnberg this weekend and he featured for the whole 90 minutes in their game against Sandhausen.

He helped the struggling 2.Bundesliga side earn a 2-0 win that took them out of the relegation zone.

Mohamed Elneny, who has been impressing at Besiktas, was in action for the full 90 minutes as his team beat Rizespor 2-1.

William Saliba was on for the entire duration as Saint Etienne played Metz in France this weekend. He, however, couldn’t prevent his team from falling to a 3-1 defeat.

Ben Sheaf was on for the first 73 minutes as his Doncaster side fell to a 2-1 loss against Fleetwood Town.

Tyreece John-Jules was also on the losing side at the weekend when his Lincoln City side was beaten 2-1 at Southend. He was on for the entirety of the game.

One positive is that so many of them are getting good game time. No club wants their players sitting on the bench when they have been sent out on loan and the fact that they are playing often can only be a good thing.

The updates are courtesy of Arsenal.com

12 Comments

  1. McLovin says:

    Good thing theyre actually playing!

    I hope ESR toughens up in Championship and can become first team regular next season! Time is on his side.

    Saliba already looking like he’s ready to be 1st choice CB. The confidence on this kid!

    I hope Besiktas buys Elneny and Roma Mkhi. We need the money, cheapskates we are.

  2. gotanidea says:

    Haven’t seen much of John-Jules and Sheaf, but Smith-Rowe is pretty skillful and spirited

    He should compete with Willock and the other young players for the no 10 position next season

    1. Sonix says:

      Uhm sorry, Rowe to compete with Willock next season you said?…I tell u this, both players are on different wavelength sir…I expect a loan for Willock next season and never to return to the first team.
      I’ll tell you why..the midfield would be crowded next season and the season after that, with so much quality on the bench…at least we could see the talents in fabregas and Wilshire in their youths…I really don’t see what anyone sees in Willock, but from what I’ve seen, kid’s got not enough talent to make it at the park for arsenal…Don’t wish to bash the kid…simply my candid opinion.

      1. Splendid says:

        I’m 100% in agreement with you. Apart from Martinelli, Saka and maybe Guendouzi I don’t see any real talent to warrant them (Willock, Smith-Rowe, even Nketia) flocking around first team.
        The amount of games these players have played this season should have been for quality backups for starting 11.

  3. Sarmmie says:

    Now, this is dastardly off topic.

    I saw people’s replies to yesterday’s game. People kept mentioning Lacazette’s poor form and that xhaka, guenduozi and torreira can’t pass the ball forward. I think only two people mentioned auba’s misses, and they just mentioned it as something light

    1. Dathballz says:

      Blinded by hate of certain players

      1. Sarmmie says:

        Yeah,and their love for some won’t let them admit their flaws

        Ozil is a player I’ll forever love cos of what watching him did for me as a midfielder, but even with that,I believe its time for him to go.

  4. Sarmmie says:

    When the lineup came out yesterday before the match, People kept mentioning that playing Mustafi, Xhaka, Ozil, Luiz in an away match as a reason we won’t win.

    That Mustafi turned out to be some people’s MOTM. Towards the muddle of the first half, Luiz, a much maligned player played Auba through on goal,obpy for him to blast it wide, a dew minutes later, Xhaka, another player some people think shouldn’t have played played Auba through again, but bros decided to loop a goalie that’s over 6 ft from 6 yards

  5. Innit says:

    I’d rather give £350,000 a week to Smith Rowe than Ozil

    Okay maybe that’s going too far lol
    I take it back lol

    1. Tony says:

      And your innit.!
      😂😂.

      Joke apart… Ozil’ is Fu**Ed! Up in AFC..
      Smith Rowe’ is simply a baller and’ the Kid got Pace joined.. I don’t see him slowing down even in his early later thirties(30).

    2. Zibrin says:

      Hehe. Seriously?

  6. Splendid says:

    I’m 100% in agreement with you. Apart from Martinelli, Saka and maybe Guendouzi I don’t see any real talent to warrant them (Willock, Smith-Rowe, even Nketia) flocking around first team.
    The amount of games these players have played this season should have been for quality backups for starting 11.

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