Asked about Camarda, Braida told TMW: “He played a few minutes, he set a record. But he must know that the difficulties begin now. He is fifteen years old, someone needs to guide him intelligently without pressuring him too much.
"He has to go to school and learn the things of life. If he is good he will have to prove it along the way. When he is given opportunities I hope he becomes a champion, I am a Milan fan and I am happy when these beautiful stories happen.
"Today the world has changed: a goal is enough to talk about a footballer, but that's not how football works. We need to mature. And Camarda must first study and train well. Then quality and enthusiasm will do the rest."