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Arsenal star Emile Rowe Smith is back after a 4-year long groin injury

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Arsenal star Emile Rowe Smith is back after a 4-year long groin injury. With Emile Smith Rowe’s recent return, Mikel Arteta has benefitted from a decrease in injuries. Emile Smith Rowe, an Arsenal midfielder, has spoken up about his protracted recovery from a groin issue that has affected him for more than four years. In Monday’s 3-0 away victory over Oxford United in the third round of the FA Cup, Smith Rowe, 22, made his comeback to the first team for Arsenal (January 9).

son either flank, the Hale End youth product missed four months of action following groin surgery. He is anticipated to play a significant role in Mikel Arteta’s team’s title defense during the second half of the season.

Smith Rowe disclosed to the Mirror that he had been suffering from groin pain for around four years. He clarified by adding more detail: “Many people might not be aware of the fact that I have had this ailment since I was 18 or 19. Over the years, dealing with it has been fairly difficult. However, I’m so relieved that it’s now finished. I underwent a successful surgery and am currently in excellent health. It was the same agony from then, and managing it has been challenging.”

Smith Rowe continued by expressing his dissatisfaction with his most recent injury: “Evidently, over the years, some individuals may not have known about it. But I’m just pleased to have recovered completely fit. It has been challenging. It has been difficult seeing the lads since I don’t believe I have ever had such a [long layoff]. However, we are also leading the league and performing well, so I can’t gripe.”

Smith Rowe acknowledged the assistance of his supervisor and colleagues and said: “Although it was extremely difficult, my entire team stood on my side. I received great assistance from the management, and of course, my family at home was there to help. Following surgery, I was essentially part of the team from the beginning. I participated in all the meetings and other activities to stay informed and to learn daily about the manager’s attempts to implement training. Simply said, I’m glad to be here again.”

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Salman Shaikh
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