AC Milan’s U15 side won the Scudetto last night thanks to a 1-0 win over Fiorentina, and the player who scored the winning goal is attracting a lot of attention.
MilanNews writes how head coach Bertuzzo his instilled an exciting style of play among the young group that above all serves to provide their 14-year-old striker Francesco Camarda with as many chances as possible. In the match against La Viola, he scored the decisive goal with a header from inside the box after a delightful floated cross.
Of course the numbers of a player currently playing in the U15 side should be taken with a grain of salt, but Camarda is averaging over five goals per game in the club’s youth sector, showing himself to be great prospect for the future and one to be protected.
Even if many of these goals were scored in younger age groups, Camarda has shown enough to make the leap up the categories played and he actually plays with Clarence Seedorf’s son, Denzel.
Looking at his technical characteristics, Camarda combines speed with great ball control but also a very physical style and efficiency in aerial play as evidenced by the goal scored in the final. He is a boyhood Milan fan, who loves practicing kick boxing to work on his condition, and the future looks very bright.