What must be done for Arsenal Smith Rowe not to end like Wilshere, Walcott
Arsenal have got reasons to hope for again with whiz Emilie Smith-Rowe who is becoming more interesting and impressive than his age.
The 18-year-old midfielder could not be left alone by new manager Unai Emery after seeing the player in the pre-season and has promised to play have him in his plan for this campaign.
The player has not only taken his chances to pay the faith of the manager in him, but he was also on the scoresheet when Arsenal played Qarabag on Thursday in the Europa League encounter.
Tottenham legend Glenn Hoddle is one of those who cannot keep mute on the player due to the performance on such a big stage.
Giving a quick analysis of the player, Hoddle said Smith Rowe looks comfortable with his left and right foot which is an addition to a player as young as his age.
The former Tottenham man added that the player has got a nice frame which looks like he will be the talk of the town in the coming years.
He therefore advice that a lot must be done to ensure the player doesn’t fail in the expectation of him as he gets older.
Hoddle adviced that Smith Rowe must have the attitude to believe in his ability to keep his impressive performance going and must not be overwealmed by the challenges that could arise in future.
He warns so the player will not end like former Gunners players, Jack Wilshere and Theo Walcott who started their Arsenal career as a youth player but ended up not living up to expectations.
Walcott and Wilshere could not remain at the Emirates Stadium anymore and found their ways to Everton and West Ham respectively.