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Arsenal’s New Signing Was Sacked By A Car Factory Three Weeks Ago

Arsenal have announced the signing of 20-year-old Cohen Bramall from non-league side Hednesford Town. 

Confirming the signing of the young left-back, Arsenal’s official statement said that Bramall had impressed on a recent trial and that he would be joining up with Steve Gatting and the Gunners under-23’s squad.

According to The Telegraph, Bramall was only made redundant from a Crewe car factory just three weeks ago yet somehow, he now finds himself at one of the biggest football clubs in the world.

Although Bramall is surely one for the future rather than an actual first team signing, with Gooners feeling that the squad could do with some real reinforcement in the January window, the fans have not exactly reveled in the news of the non-league signing.

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