"He's just a different yeller, you could say. I love playing in front of Tim," Cameron said Thursday. "He's got the experience. When he's yelling at you, it's not in a disrespectful manner. It's just telling you directions and he see things differently than what I see. You always want eyes behind you telling you what to do."
"When you're playing against Man United, Chelsea, Everton, Tottenham, you're playing all the big boys every single weekend against the best competition, there's no room for mental errors, there's no complaining about how tired you are or this or that because the games come so quick," Cameron said. "For me, it was a learning process the first year. As the second year comes, you get more comfortable, you're confident going into the other stadiums."