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Brennan Camp

Position:
Defender
Date of birth:
12th October 2000

Brennan Camp joined the Cherries in 2007 and progressed through the ranks before signing his first professional contract in 2019.

Born in Dorchester, he was schooled at Royal Manor on Portland and scouted by the club playing for Weymouth during a grassroots tournament.

In 2018/19, Camp captained the Cherries youth team to the quarter-final of the FA Youth Cup – the club’s best run in the competition for 50 years.

In September 2019, Camp, who has trained with Eddie Howe’s first-team squad, was an unused substitute in the Cherries’ Carabao Cup third-round defeat against Burton Albion.

Camp has spent time on loan with Portland United, Poole Town, Dorchester Town and rejoined National South Weymouth for a second spell in October 2019.

In February 2019, Camp was called up by Scotland under-19s and scored on his debut in a 2-0 win over Azerbaijan in a friendly in Murcia, Spain.

During a tournament in Portugal in March 2019, he made substitute appearances in a 3-1 victory over Turkey and a 4-0 defeat by Portugal.

Camp is the grandson of the late Gerry Gow, who made more than 500 appearances for Bristol City, Manchester City, Rotherham United and Burnley. He was also capped by Scotland under-23s and managed Yeovil Town and Weymouth.

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