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“That’s something I’m really happy with” – Arsenal’s Folarin Balogun Speaks On His First-Team Promotion

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Nigeria-England international Folarin Balogun shows delighted with his senior team promotion.

Folarin Balogun will be playing with the Arsenal first team next season, the 18-years-old striker was promoted to the Gunners first team few days back and he looks determined to make history with the North Lodon Club.

Balogun will be changing dressing-room this season and many Arsenal Fans will be willing to see their new start proving his worth as season set to begin.

Speaking in the Pre-season post-match programme ahead of Sunday’s Pre-season match against Chelsea as quoted by Tribalfootball, the 18-years-old said; “I feel it’s important to be in the first team changing room with the rest of the players.

“You feel like you are actually, fully involved.

“That’s something I’m really happy with, I feel like more a part of the set up and that helps on the pitch as well.

“I always back myself. The more you prepare for something, the more confident you get, so I just need to keep working hard and sharpening up my tools.”

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Arsenal will be hoping to a good start as new season set to begin. No Champions League and No Europa League, maybe this is time for Mikal Arteta and his Arsenal’s to re-write Premier League history.

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