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    Kevin campbell RIP


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    Re: Kevin campbell RIP

    Very sad. RIP.

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    Re: Kevin campbell RIP

    54, no age at all
    RIP

    Former Arsenal and Everton striker Kevin Campbell has died, aged 54.
    The tragic news was confirmed by his former team-mate at Nottingham Forest , Mark Crossley. Campbell, who had been hospitalised at the end of May, kept the details of his illness private. Following his hospitalisation, both Arsenal and Everton shared brief messages regarding his condition

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    Re: Kevin campbell RIP

    Wow!
    Very sad news.
    RIP Bluebird 🙏

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    RIP
    Very sad news

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    Terrible news, Tony said no age whatsoever. RIP Kev

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    Re: Kevin campbell RIP

    Very sad news. Much too young.

    In recent years he has impressed me as a pundit - the same qualities he showed as a player: dignity, intelligence and passion.

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    Sad news. RIP.

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    Re: Kevin campbell RIP

    Sadly, I can’t remember a single thing Kevin Campbell did for us in his short spell here, but I can recall a lot of what he did for Arsenal, Forest and Everton - he was unlucky not to win a senior cap for England. A big man on the pitch and, judging by interviews of his I heard, a big man off it as well.

    RIP

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    Re: Kevin campbell RIP

    I was sitting virtually next to him at a home game..he was in the overspill from the dugout.
    Spent the whole game on his phone, not looking at the match once.
    Another Fowler etc

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    Re: Kevin campbell RIP

    Such sad news for someone so young ! RIP Kevin and condolences to family and friends.

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    Re: Kevin campbell RIP

    Quote Originally Posted by kendoddsdadsdogsdead View Post
    I was sitting virtually next to him at a home game..he was in the overspill from the dugout.
    Spent the whole game on his phone, not looking at the match once.
    Another Fowler etc

    At this sad time, I think this is a story that sounded better in your mind and maybe should have stayed there

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