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Kyle Cameron




Date of birth



190 cm





Our club captain signed a new two-year deal ahead of the 2023-24 season having lifted the Vanarama National League play-off trophy weeks earlier.

Cameron joined us in 2021 from Torquay United, for whom he'd been a key figure since his arrival at Plainmoor in 2018.

Boasting a unique style of play which sees him often break forward from his position on the left of the back three to dribble past opponents, Northumberland-born Cameron progressed through the youth ranks at Newcastle United and regularly trained with the first team under Alan Pardew and John Carver.

Having gained first-team experience on loan at Workington, York City, Newport County and Queen of the South, Cameron had to get over the disappointment of being released by his boyhood club in 2018 and made the brave move down to the south-west in a bid to kick-start his senior career at Torquay, who had just been relegated to the National League South.

Cameron hit the ground running at Plainmoor, quickly earning an extension to his contract as Gulls boss Gary Johnson hailed him ‘one of the best centre-halves I’ve worked with’.

He barely missed a kick as Torquay secured an immediate return to the National League and established themselves back in the top tier of non-league football, often filling in as skipper in the absence of Asa Hall.

And his Gulls career nearly came to the perfect end in the 2020-21 play-off final against Hartlepool, when he hit the net with two legitimate-looking headers only for the referee to rule them both out as Pools went on to claim a dramatic victory on penalties.

Last updated: August 2023



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