Who is Panutche Camará ?

Born in the former Portuguese colony of Guinea-Bissau he played as a teenager for Loures and Vitória de Guimarães in Portugal before, in what must have been quite a culture shock, joining the youth set up at Barnsley as a nineteen year old in 2016.
He played nine games (four goals) for Dulwich Hamlet in the second half of the 2016/17 season and came to the attention of Crawley Town. He was to play 103 games (6 goals) for them over the next three seasons at League Two level with a further 15 appearances and 1 goal in cup games.
Although Crawley were keen for him to stay, he made a step up on 7th August 2020 by joining League One Plymouth Argyle  where he was virtually ever present for the next two seasons. He played eighty games (6 goals) including all four games against Charlton. He was in the home midfield for the notorious 0-6 defeat at Home Park in April 2021 but showed what a classy, athletic player he is in Plymouth’s 2-0 defeat at The Valley the following November.
He signed for Ipswich in early September 2022 on a two-year deal for a fee reported to be around £500,000. Because of a groin injury he didn't make his League debut until November. It was decided in December that he should undergo surgery for the injury and he was consequently out of action until the spring of 2023. He featured for the under 21s for the remainder of the season so played no part in Ipswich's promotion push.
Dean Holden commented: “Pan is an excellent addition as he offers us something different in the middle of the park. He’s a good ball carrier who plays with real dynamism and is equally adept in both his defensive and attacking responsibilities. He’s a player I’ve admired for a long time for his selfless attitude to do what’s required for the team and his willingness to leave absolutely everything out on the pitch. I’m really looking forward to working with him.”