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In the world of football there has always been a question in relation to the great stars, What will be of football when they retire Lionel messi and Cristiano Ronaldo? They have always sought “heirs to the throne” to make up for the absence of these two great footballers of the last decades. Nevertheless, in Italy they seem to have the new jewel of world football: Francesco Camarda.
The 13-year-old boy accumulates impressive statistics, almost impossible if not for your official data. Camarda belongs to AC Milan and he has barely five years in the rossonero team, but in this period of time it has left totally exorbitant numbers.
According to statistical data from Francesco Pagani, journalist and scout for the Italian Football Federation, the boy category 2008 accumulates an average of 5.5 goals per game. This translates into 483 goals in 87 games. Their records are broken down into three seasons: 247 goals in 40 games during the 2017/2018 campaign, 172 in 31 games of 2018/2019 and 64 goals in 16 commitments of the 2019/2020.
Without a doubt they are totally exaggerated data that have clearly caught the attention of the Italian Football Federation, since it can be the new star who dominates the sport and leads the azzurri to a new World Cup that they have not achieved since Germany 2006.
Although it is very early, there is no doubt that AC Milan is already rubbing their hands with Francesco Camarda and he will take care of him and keep him as his most valuable prospect and a great bet for the future.
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