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The Hope of Life – Cohen Bramall’s Fairy tale story

Arsenal have announced on their official website that the full back has finalized his move and will initially represent the club’s Under-23 side. Former non-League full back Cohen Bramall poses with the Arsenal home kit after his move

Cohen Bramall’s journey from a non-League footballer to joining a Premier League superpower has been completed as the 20-year-old has signed for Arsenal.

Bramall, who will earn in the region of £3,000 per week, learned of his move just days after being made redundant from his £400-a-week job as a factory worker at Bentley Motors in Crewe.

Bramall used to work at Bentley Motors in Crewe but he was made redundant in December


He initially thought the call from Arsenal was a prank but the move is now a reality with Bramall posing for pictures with the traditional red home kit.

The former Hednesford Town full back, speaking to Arsenal Player, said of his move: ‘It feels incredible. I can’t believe I’m here already. It’s been mental.

‘It’s been crazy. I played for Hednesford Town. I had been there for about five months and the manager was Lee McDonald who really took me on.

‘I wanted to be a left winger and he said in front of my mum and dad “no I want you to be a left back”.

‘I was new to it but I played left back for him and he gave me a lot of confidence to be a proper left back.’

Indeed life is a mystery and there should be hope.





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