Youngster Amario Cozier-Duberry sends message to Arteta


Arsenal have a long list of top quality young talent in their first team as well as youth ranks. Amario Cozier-Duberry seems to be the latest young talent looking destined for the first team.

 The first-team has a number of young players like Bukayo Saka and Gabi Martinelli featuring on a regular basis. Those two are an inspiration for the players in the 21s at the moment looking to break into the first-team.

And it looks like teenager winger Cozier-Duberry is very much doing his best to make an impression on Mikel Arteta.

Cozier-Duberry sends message to Arteta with a double for Arsenal U21 vs Manchester City

Arsenal’s under-21s played Manchester City last night and it turned into a topsy-turvy game that ended in a stunning 3-3 score line. It was a remarkable game and one in which Cozier-Duberry did his best to be the main man.

Amario Cozier-Duberry netted himself a double to once again catch the eye. The first came off a rebound from a penalty which he had actually seen saved by the City goalkeeper. However, he had the presence of mind to be on hand to tap home the rebound. The teenager then scored a fine second to cap another fine display and once again show he is one of the top emerging talents in the youth set up at Arsenal.

Amario Cozier-Duberry ‘unplayable’ and destined for the first team

Amario Cozier-Duberry very much seems like one of the top young players to be emerging at the moment. He was even lauded by Jack Wilshire for being ‘unplayable’ and looks to have a clear path to the first team.

“Amario is very exciting and Mikel likes him. He reminds me of Bukayo Saka, plays in the same position as him, needs to get better with his decision-making like Bukayo did, but he’s definitely exciting,” Wilshere said.

“In some moments, he’s unplayable. You give him the ball and he can make things happen. You can set up a team and have a game plan, but when you’ve got individuals like that you’ve got a chance.”

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