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Brooklyn Genesini


Second-year scholar Brooklyn is a versatile defender who has been with the Cherries for three years.

He operates predominantly as a right-back or right wing-back and has been one of the most consistent performers as the club's under-18s were crowned EFL Youth Alliance South West champions this season.

Brooklyn, who turned 18 in November 2019, has netted three goals for the under-18s, including two penalties, and has also played a key role in their run to the fifth round of the FA Youth Cup this season.

His displays saw him promoted to train with Eddie Howe's first-team squad for the first time in January 2020.

Born in Yeovil, he attended Bucklers Mead Academy and played with the Brazil Soccer School between the ages of six and nine.

In 2018/19, he helped the under-18s reach the quarter-final of the FA Youth Cup and started for the under-21s in their Central League Cup final win over Notts County.

When he was eight, Brooklyn had a life-threatening injury after a steel goal frame fell on his head, forcing it on to a concrete floor. It gave him a lump on his head the size of two golf balls.

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