Cameron Wyper
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Cameron is a student sports journalist currently studying at the University of Gloucestershire, and originally from London. He’s previously written for the A-League Wrap-Up blog and co-present the live version of the Round Ball Project Podcast.

Adam Federici – The “frustrated centre-forward” that became a legend in Berkshire

weekend, bringing an end to a remarkable story of one of Australian football’s most underrated exports.

FA Cup 2021-22: Aussies in the hat for first round proper

A number of Australians plying their trade in the lower leagues of England are in the hat for the first round proper of the FA Cup. Earlier this month, Sydney-born Callum Kealy scored a decisive goal in the third qualifying…

Socceroos vs Oman: Graham Arnold ready for challenge of hard-working Oman

After a strong result for Oman against Japan last month, Socceroos boss Graham Arnold is wary of Friday’s opponents, but insists his team are ready to match their energy. The Socceroos come into the game in fine form, currently on…

‘They put dirty nappies with our names in the dressing room!’: Aussie Harrison Devenish-Meares on football in Romania

Harrison Devenish-Meares has had a full range of experiences in training sessions, varying from using state of the art facilities in America, to feeling the wrath of Romanian football ultras. The Round of 32 of the Romanian Cup is as…

Daniel Sturridge to Perth Glory: How the footballing world reacted

Champions League and Premier League title-winner Daniel Sturridge was announced as a Perth Glory player last night, in one of the most significant transfers in Australian domestic football history. The 32-year-old former Liverpool and Chelsea striker has signed a one-year…

Aussies Abroad TOTW weekend of 18/9: Four goals in a week for Joey Gibbs in Iceland

A hat-trick inside 33 minutes and a superb free-kick made this a week to remember for Keflavik forward Joey Gibbs. The goals from the former Western Sydney Wanderers forward helped Keflavik first secure a semi-final spot in Iceland’s domestic cup,…

Aussies Abroad TOTW Weekend of 10/09: Mitchell Langerak breaks own J-League record

Mitchell Langerak kept his 18th clean sheet of the season in Nagoya Grampus’ win in the J-League to surpass his own record for a season that he set in 2020. The form of the ex-Borussia Dortmund ‘keeper has helped Nagoya…

Juan Manuel D’Angelo: How interviewing Marcelo Carrusca led to falling in love with Australian football

On August 18, 2021, Argentinian writer Juan Manuel D’Angelo announced the publication of his new book on the history of Australian football. D’Angelo’s lockdown project has caught the attention of many around Australia’s football community. First, a Brazilian publishing company…

“I was physio when they were all playing!” – Chris Hutchinson offers unique insight into life at Perth Glory

Perth Glory’s former head physio Chris Hutchinson speaks about working with and looking after the club’s players during his 14 years of service. There are fewer people better placed to give insight on the day to day life inside an…

Aussies Abroad TOTW Week 22/08: Aussies lead defensive shut outs and Olyroo star makes debut in Belgium

A vast number of overseas Aussies were involved in clean sheets for their clubs, whilst one match in Scotland had Aussies on both sides of the scoresheet. Mitchell Langerak made it three clean sheets in eight days, with two more…