Cohen Bramall made his debut for the Arsenal Under-23 side last night, saying “It Was Fast…So Fast!” The youngster signed for the Gunners from non-league side Hednesford Town last week and made his debut in Arsenal colours against Southampton (via Arsenal.com).
It’s a story which has attracted a lot of attention in recent weeks and Cohen Bramall has finally made his first appearance in Arsenal colours. The youngster made the shock move from non-league to Premier League and took to the field for the club’s youth side last night.
Bramall played 83 minutes of the 3-1 Arsenal win over Southampton and remarked about the match to Arsenal Player. “It was so fast… it was hard to get used to,” he said after the game. “I just need to do well now, keep training and keep getting better and better. Hopefully, I can get to where I need to be in the future.
“It’ll be a big challenge because from Hednesford in the league I played in, it was pretty slow and I had a lot more time on the ball than I did here. It was fast and I need to be better and think quicker on the ball.
“I think in the next game that I play, I’ll be a lot more confident. I can trust my teammates more and just hopefully get to know the players a lot better.
“It was amazing. I’m just happy that in my first game for Arsenal that we got the three points really.”
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It’s good to see Cohen Bramall make his first appearance in Arsenal colours. It’s hard not to be inspired by the youngster’s story and he seems to be impressing people in the club. Hopefully, it won’t be too long before we see the 20-year-old step up to the first-team.