english football player

Cameron Mark Thomas Brannagan ( hold 9 May 1996 ) is an english professional football player who plays as a midfielder for League One golf club Oxford United. An academy graduate of Liverpool, Brannagan made his elder introduction in 2015 but managed merely nine appearances for the club. He joined Fleetwood Town on loan in 2017 before signing for Oxford United on a permanent cover the follow year.

Club career [edit ]

liverpool [edit ]

Born in Manchester, Brannagan was raised in Salford. Despite growing up supporting Manchester United, as did his family, [ 4 ] [ 5 ] he joined Liverpool as a child, having previously been at Manchester City and Manchester United ‘s academies. [ 6 ] Despite a approximate starting signal for the under-18 slope because of injury, at the depart of the 2012–13 season [ 6 ] he became a regular for the under-21s and scored three goals in the U21 Premier League political campaign in 2013–14. During this time period Brannagan was reportedly extensively scouted by Barcelona. [ 4 ] [ 5 ] His impressive performances for the under-21s catch the eye of first-team coach Brendan Rodgers, who named Brannagan among the substitutes for Liverpool ‘s FA Cup third-round tie against Oldham Athletic on 5 January 2014. He was handed count 50, but did not get onto the pitch as the Reds won 2–0. [ 7 ] Over the next two seasons, Brannagan continued to feature for Liverpool ‘s reserves in the under-21 Premier League. [ 8 ] In the UEFA Youth League, he scored twice in five appearances against Real Madrid. [ 9 ] In the last 16 of the UEFA Youth League against S.L. Benfica Juniors, Brannagan captained the reserve side for the beginning time, as they lost 2–1. [ 10 ] He then appeared as an fresh substitute in the survive 32 of the UEFA Europa League against Beşiktaş, as Liverpool lost in a punishment gunfight on 26 February 2015. [ 11 ] Towards the end of the 2014–15 season, Brannagan appeared four more times as an unused substitute for the first team. [ 12 ] In the 2015–16 season, Brannagan featured in the reservation side for the most of the season. [ 13 ] While still playing for the reserve side, on 17 September 2015, he made his senior Reds introduction in their open UEFA Europa League group stage repair against Bordeaux, replacing colleague child Jordan Rossiter after 76 minutes. [ 14 ] [ 15 ] On 26 October, Brannagan signed a newly shrink to keep him at the club until 2018. [ 16 ] [ 17 ] The surveil day raw Liverpool director Jürgen Klopp described Brannagan as a real number endowment who has “ everything you need ” from a midfield musician. [ 18 ] On 28 October 2015, Brannagan made his beginning start for Liverpool in a 1–0 succeed over Bournemouth in the fourthly round off of the League Cup. [ 19 ] At the beginning of 2016, Brannagan featured in two foster FA Cup ties, against Exeter City and West Ham United. [ 20 ] Towards the end of the 2015–16 season, Brannagan made his Premier League introduction, coming on as a second-half substitute in a 3–1 passing against Swansea City on 1 May 2016. [ 21 ] Two weeks subsequently, on 15 May 2016, he made his first Premier League get down, in the death game of the season, a 1–1 draw against West Bromwich Albion. [ 22 ] By the end of the 2015–16 season, Brannagan had made a entire of nine first-team appearances in all competitions. [ 23 ] ahead of the 2016–17 Premier League season, Brannagan ‘s numeral changed from number 32 to 25. Although he took region in the club ‘s pre-season tour, he made no appearances in Liverpool ‘s first team throughout the season. [ 24 ] While fighting for first-team opportunities, he continued to play for the substitute side before his passing in January, [ 25 ] [ 26 ] scoring doubly in a 6–2 gain over Tottenham Hotspur Reserves. In May 2016, it was reported that Brannagan was in a contract negotiations with Liverpool over a new hand. [ 27 ] however, the contract negotiations resulted in a disagreement between the parties over his pathway to the first team over the summer of 2017 and he was dropped from the club ‘s pre-season tour as a consequence. [ 28 ] Brannagan spent the beginning one-half of the temper in the substitute team, despite suffering a broken hand. [ 29 ] In the last two remaining matches for the cabaret ‘s reserves, Brannagan scored two goals in two matches, against Sunderland U23 and Swansea City U23. [ 30 ]

loanword to Fleetwood Town

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On 5 July 2016, Liverpool rejected an propose in overindulgence of £1,000,000 for Brannagan from newly promoted Championship english Wigan Athletic. [ 31 ] After this, Brannagan expected to leave Liverpool on lend to gain first-team experience, as Wigan Athletic, having had their transfer bid rejected, tried to sign him on loan alternatively, but it fell through. [ 32 ] On 27 January 2017, after injuries starved Brannagan of first-team action at Liverpool, he was loaned out to League One slope Fleetwood Town for the end of the season. [ 33 ] Brannagan made his Fleetwood Town debut, coming on as a second-half ersatz, in a 1–1 draw against Charlton Athletic on 4 February 2017. [ 34 ] His debut was praised, due to his “ creativity and quality ” by director Uwe Rösler. [ 35 ] Manager Rösler placed him “ in a number 10 role up front with Devante Cole “, though he appeared on the substitute bench. [ 36 ] He played a role in a 1–0 gain over Walsall on 14 March 2017 when he set up Cian Bolger to score the only goal of the game. [ 37 ] Brannagan besides appeared once in the play-offs, in a 0–0 reap against Bradford City, a game that saw Fleetwood Town eliminated, ascribable to their previous passing in the first leg. [ 38 ] At the end of the 2016–17 temper, having made 14 appearances in all competitions, he returned to his rear baseball club. [ 39 ]

Oxford United [edit ]

Brannagan signed for League One side Oxford United on a 3+1⁄2-year deal for an undisclosed fee on 11 January 2018, [ 40 ] the motivate ending his 16-year association with Liverpool. [ 41 ] however, his Oxford United career suffered an early reverse when he injured his ankle. [ 42 ] He made his debut in a 2–1 league get the better of away at AFC Wimbledon on 10 March 2018. [ 43 ] The following season, on 29 September 2018 and against the lapp opponents, Brannagan scored his first goal for Oxford, though the consequence was another 2–1 victory for Wimbledon. [ 44 ] He won the Players ‘ Player of the Year Award for the 2018–19 season. [ 45 ]

International career [edit ]

Brannagan has represented England at under-18 level. [ 46 ] He earned two caps for the U18s in March 2014, both against Croatia. [ 47 ] A class late in August 2015, Brannagan was called up to the England U20 police squad. [ 48 ] He earned two caps for the U20s in September 2014, both against Czech Republic U20. [ 49 ]

career statistics [edit ]

As of match played 21 August 2021

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