REVEALED: New Arsenal Signing Accused Teammates of Stealing His Wallet

New Arsenal Signing Accused Teammates of Stealing His Wallet

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A non-league manager has revealed how Cohen Bramall acted in an unprofessional manner by accusing his teammates of theft.

The 20-year-old was recently acquired from Hednesford Town by the Gunners in a deal believed to be in the region of £40,000.

Reacting to the progress of the left-back, Danny Johnson, the then manager of Nantwich Town where he once played, heaped praise on him but didn't fail to make mention of an ugly incident he was involved a while ago.

Bramall couldn't find his misplaced wallet after a training session and feeling that it was stolen by some of his teammates, he hit out at them angrily. This angered them for they were sure of their innocence in the matter.

Speaking to Mirror Football, Johnson said: "He was a young lad and had never really been in and around a changing room before.

"It happened that he had gone out and put his boots in his dad's car and put the wallet on the roof.

"But he was quite adamant that someone had pinched his wallet.

"There were a few players in the changing room at the time too and it was probably one of the reasons why they didn't take to him too well, throwing accusations round that someone had nicked his wallet.

"It was a total misunderstanding from himself. I think his dad actually drove off with his wallet on top of the car.

"It was one of them where you have a young lad who was 17-18, thinks there is someone stitching him up and pinching his wallet out of his bag and it didn't go down well with some of the lads.

"There was some experienced non-league lads in there and they didn't really take to him after that.

"I think that was a bit of a mishap on his part."

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