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United States defender Geoff Cameron joins QPR on season-long loan from Stoke

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United States international Geoff Cameron has joined Queens Park Rangers on a season-long loan deal from fellow Championship side Stoke.

Cameron, 33, has spent six seasons at Stoke but has been allowed to move to Loftus Road by new manager Gary Rowett, following Stoke's relegation from the Premier League last season.

"I'm extremely excited and happy to be here," Cameon told QPR's website. "It's a fresh start and new beginning for me.

"I decided over the summer that I wanted a change and something...

United States defender Geoff Cameron leaving Stoke for QPR loan - sources

Stoke City and United States international defender Geoff Cameron is headed to Championship side Queens Park Rangers on loan, a source with knowledge of the deal has confirmed to ESPNFC. was the first to report the news, adding that the loan will last through January.

Following Stoke's relegation from the Premier League last season, Cameron stated his desire to move away from the Potters and he has been left out of manager Gary Rowett's plans this season.

Now Cameron is headed to London...

Geoff Cameron likely to leave Stoke City before end of EFL window - source

Stoke City's Geoff Cameron could be leaving the club, according to sources close to the player.

United States international Geoff Cameron looks to be on his way out of Stoke City a source with knowledge of the situation has confirmed to ESPN FC, though his eventual destination is unknown.

The Telegraph was first to report that Stoke manager Gary Rowett had informed Cameron and three other players that they were free to leave the club. The report went on to name Werder Bremen and Rayo Vallecano as possible landing spots, but the source indicated that Cameron wouldn't end up at either club.



Geoff Cameron slams U.S. Soccer for 'poisonous divide' between players

Geoff Cameron has blamed U.S. Soccer for creating a "poisonous divide" between MLS and European-based players, while also expanding on his criticism of former U.S. coach Bruce Arena.

Cameron recently said that Jurgen Klinsmann would have qualified the U.S. to the World Cup had he not been replaced by Arena. And in a column for The Players' Tribune on Friday, the defender wrote that Klinsmann believed any promising young American playing in MLS rather than Europe was a "wasted opportunity."

In contrast,...


Jurgen Klinsmann would've taken U.S. to World Cup - Geoff Cameron

Geoff Cameron is convinced the United States would have qualified for the World Cup had Jurgen Klinsmann remained coach, and has insisted Bruce Arena made decisions that directly cost the Americans a place in Russia this summer.

The Arena-led U.S. crashed out at the qualifying stage for the 2018 event in Russia last October after a 2-1 loss to Trinidad & Tobago, which, combined with wins from Panama and Honduras, left the U.S. out of the game's biggest tournament for the first time since...

U.S.'s Geoff Cameron may be fit to return for Stoke City - Mark Hughes

Stoke City manager Mark Hughes says he is hopeful that American defender Geoff Cameron will return for this weekend's match against Southampton after sitting out the previous three weeks with a hamstring injury.

With captain Ryan Shawcross set to miss out due to a back injury, and Bruno Martins Indi sidelined by a groin strain, Cameron's return will provide a valuable boost.

"[Cameron] is probably the one we feel has got a good chance to take part," Hughes said. 

The news will provide some...