It is difficult to find beautiful stories about Arsenal at the moment, which is not surprising given how poorly they have been performing in the Premier League, but that is not the case according to John Terry, a former Chelsea legend, who took to Instagram to heap praise on one of a kind Arsenal player.
After seeing Chelsea defeat Arsenal, Terry, in addition to applauding his old team, shared a video of Emil Smith Rowe on his Instagram account, demonstrating his class on the pitch during the Sunday evening match. Terry captioned the video "@EmilSmithRowe is a player," as shown in the screenshot below. Arsenal fans should be excited about how impressive their number 10 is and how revolutionary he could be for them this season, considering the praise coming from a world-class defender.
Is this the year Emil Smith Rowe makes his mark on the English football scene? Please leave your views and comments in the space provided below. (source: Just Arsenal)
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