Cameron given freedom of home city
Geoff Cameron has been given the freedom of his home city.
The versatile American has been given the key to his city, Attleboro, Massachusetts after his efforts in the United States of America`s World Cup campaign.
The 28-year-old received the honour in front a large crowd at Tozier-Cassidy field.
July 17th was billed as 'Geoff Cameron Day` as the Potters defender enjoyed extended leave after his World Cup exploits.
He received the award from the Attleboro Mayor Kevin Dumas in a civic reception as he was joined by his old coach Peter Pereira and the Attleboro principal Bill Runey.
The former Houston Dyanmo player was also given the honour of throwing the first pitch at the Boston Red Sox v Kansas City Royal`s fixture.
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