Lee Camp (footballer)

Lee Camp (Footballer)

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Lee Camp (footballer)

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Lee Michael John Camp (born 22 August 1984) is an English-born Northern Irish footballer who plays for Nottingham Forest and internationally for Northern Ireland as a goalkeeper. He has also played for the England Under 21 side. He is regarded as one of the top goalkeepers playing in England outside the Premier League.


Derby County

He made his first appearance with Derby County during the 2002–03 season, and joined Burton Albion on loan in January 2003. At the end of the same season, he went to Queens Park Rangers for the last few games also on loan, where he helped the club reach promotion to the old Division One. In Derby's end-of-season awards he came close to winning Player Of The Season but went home with the Sammy Crooks Young Player of the Year award. He also won the Brian Clough Player Of The Year. Camp enjoyed many successes not only in the football world; he appeared on many radio shows and also participated in Goalkeeping Essentials by former Derby County coach Alex Penny.

Camp joined Norwich City on 7 September 2006, on a three-month loan with effect from 8 September, covering an injury to Joe Lewis. Camp made his first Norwich City full début on the 28 November 2006 against Leicester City. He kept his place for the following match against Sheffield Wednesday where he was unfortunate to score an own goal in a 2–1 defeat.

Queens Park Rangers

Camp joined Queens Park Rangers ("QPR") on a three-month loan deal on 12 February 2007, having...
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