Watch: Camarda scores for Milan Primavera during friendly against Torino

By Oliver Fisher -

Francesco Camarda got his name on the scoresheet tonight as AC Milan Primavera played against Torino in the Memorial Mamma e Papà Cairo Trophy.

As Torino attempted to play out from the back, a stray pass from the left-back found its way straight to Camarda who brought it under control well before stopping, settling himself and firing into the bottom corner giving the goalkeeper no chance.

Torino would eventually win 5-4 on penalties to seal their progression in the trophy.

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  1. Good job and instinct to be in the right place. But this also show how different Primavera level and Senior level is, so we cant use promising player from Primavera directly into main team – better to let the. Compete in lower level first.

  2. In a couple of years he’ll be ready, he’s got serious killer instinct, he will grow a lot more physically, he’s already one of our greatest Primavera players ever, the next step will be the crucial one.

  3. If he’s to stand a chance we need to find a replacement for Giroud and then not sign another striker for at least 5 years.

    If we keep signing a new striker every transfer window like we have for the past at least 15 seasons then he’ll go the same way as Comi, Ganz, Petagna, Cutrone and probably Colombo.

      1. a) All of those strikers had phenomenal records at youth level and NONE of those strikers made it a senior level (along with thousands of other players who didn’t transition). That level of abject failure points to a systematic issue v an issue with individual players. That should be pretty obvious to anyone.

        b) My view is that constantly signing new players on top of other players is not conducive to any players’ development in much the same a kitchen in a top restaurant couldn’t function if you just kept piling in more and more chefs to work on a single broth.

        c) What is controversial about the suggestion that we sign a really good striker to replace Giroud who can be our striker for 5 years?

        Do you want us to keep signing a new striker every few months?

        1. Phenomenal youth records don’t always and often rarely convert into successful first team careers. And this goes for just about all leagues.

          Could it just be those young Italian strikers just weren’t any good? And I remember them all the way back to Alberto Paloschi. Never cut it at top level.

  4. Stop publishing every little thing about this kid. This is like the third article this week alone. Allow him to grow and develop with some serenity. Then when he’s ready to go to the top, let him be a surprise for everyone.

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