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Sol Campbell on 'sick' homophobic and racist abuse
Sol Campbell Leaves Southend United By Mutual Consent - Last Word on Football
One of the most schismatic players in English football in recent memory when he played, Sol Campbell continues to divide opinion now that he has retired. Loved by Arsenal fans but loathed by Tottenham supporters, Campbell was a mainstay for England for the guts of a decade and undoubtedly one of the finest defenders of his generation. While he waits to discover his fate, Goal takes a look back at the defender's career, the trophies he won and some of his best achievements. Campbell's career kicked off in earnest in the early s at Tottenham and he spent a total of nine seasons at the club as a senior player. He made a goal-scoring debut for Spurs in at the age of 18, hitting the back of the net in a defeat to Chelsea after coming on as a substitute for Nick Barmby.
Cruising in Campbell, California
Former Tottenham, Arsenal and England defender Sol Campbell has appeared to share a conspiracy theory that coronavirus is a man-made disease. The coronavirus pandemic has seen more than 30, people die in the UK alone and many thousands more all over the world. Southend United manager Campbell has suggested that the virus, that originated in the Wuhan region of China, was made deliberately and designed to target certain people. I wonder does this virus deliberately attacks a certain blood type?
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