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Cameron McGeehan

Name: Cameron McGeehan
Born: 6 April 1995, Surrey (ENG)
Height: 5.11 ft
Position: Midfielder

Representative Honours: Northern Ireland: 3 Under-21 Caps (2013-2014), Under-19 (2013), Under-17, 9 Under-16 Caps.
Club Honours: (with Norwich) FA Youth Cup Winner 2012/13; (with Luton) Conference Champion 2013/14.
Awards: Conference Player of the Month Apr/14.

Club Career: 
Teams ...... --Seasons-- Signed -Fee- -League- FA Cup
Fulham .................... -03 Youth .0(0)/ 0
Chelsea ....................-05 Youth .0(0)/ 0
Norwich City ...............-10 Youth .0(0)/ 0

Luton Town.. 13/14 ..... Jan-14 .Loan 18(0)/ 3
Cambridge U. 14/15 ..... Jan-15 .Loan .4(0)/ 3 2(0)/0
Luton Town.. 14/15 ..... Feb-15 .Loan 13(2)/ 3 
Luton Town . 15/16-16/17 Jun-16 Undis
Barnsley ... 17/18-19/20 Jun-17 Undis
Scunthorpe U 17/18 ..... Jan-18 .Loan
KV Oostende ............ Aug-20

Captain of the Norwich side that won the 2013 FA Youth Cup, he scored penalties in both legs of a 4-2 aggregate win over ex-club, Chelsea.

Had been on the books at Fulham before signing for Chelsea as a 10-year-old in an £80,000 deal. He signed for Norwich after being released by Chelsea.

Joined Luton on a months loan in January 2014. The move was extended to the end of the season as Luton won the Conference title and McGeehan's impressive form earned him the Conference Player of the Month award for April.

Capped by Northern Ireland at Schoolboy and Youth level by Northern Ireland before elevation to the Under-21 set-up while just eighteen. Made his Under-21 debut as a sub in a 1-0 win over Cyprus in November 2013.

Made the bench for Norwich's senior team for a League Cup tie against Crawley in August 2014. After enjoying further successful loan spells with Cambridge and back at Luton McGeehan felt his career would be better served be leaving Carrow Road behind. He was once again signed by Luton, this time on a permanent deal worth "six figures".

In September 2015, McGeehan rejected a call-up for under-21 qualification matches against Scotland and Iceland, stating that he was "reconsidering his international future." In January 2017 he suffered a broken leg in a match against Portsmouth.

In May 2018 McGeehan was a surprise inclusion in the Northern Ireland squad for the Central American tour, though he had to withdraw through injury.

Flown From The Nest

Northern Ireland Under-21 Cap Details:
19-11-2013 Cyprus H W 1-0 ECQ sub
05-03-2014 Italy. H L 0-2 ECQ
09-09-2014 Serbia H L 1-4 ECQ sub

Summary: 1(2)/0. Won 1, Drew 0, Lost 2.