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Getting to Know Me: Cameron Archer

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Getting to Know Me: Cameron Archer

In a new feature series, we find out more about all our players across all age ranges.

We start with U23 striker Cameron Archer, who made his competitive debut for the first team in the Carabao Cup win over Crewe.

Q] Tell us about your background – and how you joined the club?

I arrived from Walsall. 

I joined at U9s level and I’ve been here ever since.

ArcherCrewe3Q] Who has helped you get to this stage the most?

Like most others, I would imagine, I’d have to say my family.

Q] What’s the best piece of advice you’ve been given so far?

It would be ‘always work hard and give everything you’ve got’.

That’s in every training session and every match.

It’s good advice!

ArcherCrewe2Q] What are your impressions of the football club? 

It’s a massive football club.

There’s a real buzz around the place after promotion, too. 

You feel that throughout the training ground, at all age levels.

Q] Where do you play?

I’m a striker.

Q] What’s your style of play?

I’m a player who likes the ball played in behind so I can use my pace as an asset.

ArcherCreweQ] What are your biggest strengths on the pitch?

My speed is my strongest asset, definitely. 

Q] What kind of personality are you off the pitch? 

I’d say goofy, fun and generous.

ArcherWUQ] Who’s your best mate in the squad?

There’s a few – the likes of Bradley Burton and Tyreik Wright.

But it’s a good group and we all get on well.

Q] Do you have a goal celebration?

It’s got to be a knee slide!

ArcherNorwich1Q] Is there a shirt number you’d love in the future?

It’s got to be the No.9!

Q] Your hopes for the 2019/20 season?

I want to improve all elements of my game.

I’m a young player trying to better myself and that’s always got to be the aim.

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Paul Brown
By @paulbrownavfc 29th August 2019