Sol Campbell | 1998-2002 | 2003-2006

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Sol Campbell | 1998-2002 | 2003-2006

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Name: Sulzeer Jeremiah "Sol" Campbell

Club: Tottenham Hotspur (1998-2001) | Arsenal (2001-2002)



Growth Type: Standard/Lasting

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Club: Arsenal



Growth Type: Standard/Lasting

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Strong in the air, unyielding in the tackle and fast over the ground, he has been blessed with the kind of natural talent that cannot be acquired by hard work. Of course, his strength and athleticism has been honed by a widely admired level of professionalism and prodigious efforts on the training ground. It was this combination of attributes that saw Sol become one of football's most coveted players when his contract ran out in the summer of 2001. Sol's decision to follow the path across North London trodden by Willie Young and Pat Jennings in the 1970's was, inevitably, controversial. However, he showed he had the character and mental strength to match his ability when he made his first appearance as an Arsenal player against Tottenham Hotspur in November 2001. His impeccable display was the perfect answer to his critics and he played with a calm authority that belied the emotionally charged atmosphere at White Hart Lane that day. Sol continued to impress during his second season as an Arsenal player. He would miss the FA Cup final win against Southampton in May through suspension, but his contribution to another Cup success was not underestimated by his team-mates.


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Tottenham Hotspur
League Cup: 1999

Arsenal
FA Premier League: 2002, 2004
FA Cup: 2002, 2005
FA Community Shield: 2002

Portsmouth
FA Cup: 2008
Premier League Asia Trophy: 2007


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He is the only player to have played for England in six consecutive major tournaments.



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Re: Sol CAMPBELL | 2001/2002

Postby MarcusAurelio » 2009 Jul 28, 18:11

I reckon it's just me, but was he really in possession of a touch this dreadful?
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Re: Sol CAMPBELL | 2001-2002

Postby Fevernova » 2009 Aug 18, 15:09

What about his header, too low, I´d say. He scored countless headers, and most of them were crucial, like that one in the 2002 WC, against Brazil or the one in the 2004-2005 CL against Ronaldinho´s Barcelona, incredible jump and header technique, I think these numbers are way too low. I´d suggest Header-91, jump-86, considering his height and BB.
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Re: Sol CAMPBELL | 2001-2002

Postby p1rha » 2009 Aug 19, 14:00

i agree technique could come up a bit and jump as well, about heading i think it's fine, his BB will help a lot.
I would also drop his Acc, response, TW and mentality to 80, 83, 80 and 82 respectivly
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Re: Sol CAMPBELL | 2001-2002

Postby Fevernova » 2009 Aug 19, 15:57

p1rha wrote:i agree technique could come up a bit and jump as well, about heading i think it's fine, his BB will help a lot.
I would also drop his Acc, response, TW and mentality to 80, 83, 80 and 82 respectivly


I agree with you in almost everything, except in that particular area... :)
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Re: Sol CAMPBELL | 2001-2002

Postby Jez » 2009 Aug 19, 23:10

it'll help him in aerial challenges though won't it? i thought BB did that? obviously the accuracy of his heading won't be effected but..
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Re: Sol CAMPBELL | 2001-2002

Postby p1rha » 2009 Aug 20, 13:40

Now here's something important: if the player is not under physical pressure (unlike nearly every time u head a ball from a corner) then it's acuracy won't be afected by his BB. But if the players is being pushed then BB will be important for his eficiency as a player with high BB can withstand that pressure much better and hit the ball properly. This goes both for headers and shots.
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Re: Sol CAMPBELL | 2001-2002

Postby Fevernova » 2009 Aug 20, 13:50

Exactly, then if he isn´t under pressure, his BB will not be of much use, right?
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Re: Sol CAMPBELL | 2001-2002

Postby p1rha » 2009 Aug 20, 13:51

Fevernova wrote:Exactly, then if he isn´t under pressure, his BB will not be of much use, right?


no what so ever i guess. Anyway, what exactly do u desagree then? Personally i think he scored many of his headers by buldozing his markers, wich can be very efective in game, particulary on corners. And 88 is a very good value, he's not on par with Terry, Vidic or Fernando Couto in terms of accuracy imo.
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Re: Sol CAMPBELL | 2001-2002

Postby Fevernova » 2009 Aug 20, 14:00

He doesn´t look much of a threat to me, really, his "media" it's 86 (88 + 84 / 2), and considering his BB, he is good, but not World Class...
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Re: Sol CAMPBELL | 2001-2002

Postby Jez » 2010 Feb 28, 01:14

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Re: Sol CAMPBELL | 2001-2002

Postby Tom » 2010 Mar 01, 21:35

Fevernova wrote:He doesn´t look much of a threat to me, really, his "media" it's 86 (88 + 84 / 2), and considering his BB, he is good, but not World Class...


Are you suggesting that Sol Campbell hasn't got a phenomenal physical presence? Because if so, you would be very, very wrong.
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Re: Sol CAMPBELL | 2001-2002

Postby Jez » 2010 Mar 02, 02:57

Methinks he's just saying he isn't phenomenal at heading. I just reckon it's a bit lost in translation maybe :)
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Re: Sol CAMPBELL | 2001-2002

Postby Fevernova » 2010 Mar 02, 22:09

Frankly, not even I know WTF I was talking about in that particular moment, haha. :)

PS> Maybe I was under the effects of heavily tampered booze... :?
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Re: Sol CAMPBELL | 2001-2002

Postby HENRY14EVER » 2010 Apr 14, 19:53

Sol Campbell doesn't have the sliding star !! This is sooo wrong
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Re: Sol CAMPBELL | 2001-2002

Postby ronaldoisfat » 2010 Oct 09, 13:36

I don't think there merits a 4 points difference in defense between Sol Campbell and John Terry in their prime. His response can go up and few points too considering that he is one of the best tackler in the premier league, better than Terry and Ferdinand. Mentality can easily go up to high 80s too. Cmon guys we are talking about Sol Campbell in his prime and he was the best defender in England during that time. These stats needs a tweak. Please add sliding star too.

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Defense: 87>89
Mentality: 84>88
Response: 86>89

His defense is not worse than current Vidic or 4 points away from prime Terry. His response should be higher to make him a better tackler. I think mentality at 84 is too low too comparing to prime Ferdinand. He definitely has more mentality than Ferdinand. I suggest 87/88.
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Re: Sol CAMPBELL | 2001-2002

Postby tomaster » 2010 Oct 11, 06:44

I can agree with sliding, it is a must.
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Re: Sol CAMPBELL | 1998-2002

Postby jurgens » 2011 Aug 03, 22:59

As we know now he, he was very fast in the long run, not so much in the short? We need to re-do his speed stats.
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Re: Sol CAMPBELL | 1998-2002

Postby the sloth » 2011 Aug 06, 05:12

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Re: Sol CAMPBELL | 1998-2002

Postby jurgens » 2011 Aug 06, 12:50

Good to see your input in the classic section the sloth, much appericated. I'm kinda hesitant to give him such high TS. 88 TS with 96 BB... that will be just too much in game. I could go for a value around the 85/86 mark so hes defintly fast, but not world beater fast. What sort of value are you thinking for ACC? I think 76 or so should be good.

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