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Personal information
Full name Sulzeer Jeremiah Campbell
Date of birth 18 September 1974 (1974-09-18) (age 46)
Place of birth    Plaistow, England England
Height 1.88 m (6 ft 2 in)
Playing position Centre back
Club information
Current club England Macclesfield Town (manager)
Youth clubs
1988-1989
1989–1992
England West Ham United
England Tottenham Hotspur
Senior clubs
Years Club App (Gls)
1992–2001
2001–2006
2006–2009
2009
2010
2010–2011
Total
England Tottenham Hotspur
England Arsenal
England Portsmouth
England Notts County
England Arsenal
England Newcastle United
255 0(10)
135 00(8)
095 00(2)
0000(0)
011 00(0)
0000(0)
504 0(20)   
National team
1996–2007 England England 073 00(1)
Teams managed
2018–2019 England Macclesfield Town

Sulzeer Jeremiah Campbell (born 18 September 1974) is an English professional football manager and former player who is the manager of League Two club Macclesfield Town. A central defender, he had a 20-year career playing in the Premier League and an 11-year international career with the England national team.

Born in east London to Jamaican parents, Campbell's professional debut was at the age of 18 for FA Premier League club Tottenham Hotspur in December 1992. Campbell spent nine years at Tottenham, scoring 10 goals in 255 appearances, and captaining the team to victory in the 1999 Football League Cup Final against Premier League side Leicester City. In 2001 he controversially joined Tottenham's North London rivals Arsenal, the first high profile free transfer within the Premier League under the Bosman ruling. In his five years and 195 appearances at Arsenal he won two Premier League winners medals and two FA Cup winners medals, encompassing the 2001–02 League and FA Cup double, and being part of the team that became known as The Invincibles for their undefeated 2003–04 Premier League campaign. Campbell was also part of the side that lost 2–1 to Barcelona in the 2006 UEFA Champions League Final, in which he scored the only goal for Arsenal. In August 2006 he joined Premier League side Portsmouth on a free transfer; his three years with the club included captaining them to success in the 2008 FA Cup Final against Championship side Cardiff City.

At the end of the 2008–09 season he made the surprise move of dropping down three levels of the English football pyramid to join League Two side Notts County on a free transfer, signing a five-year deal at the club where his former England manager Sven-Göran Eriksson had recently become Director of Football. Campbell left the club by mutual consent in September 2009, having played just one game for the club.

Campbell gained his first full cap for the England national football team aged 21. In May 1998 Campbell became what was then England's second-youngest captain, after Bobby Moore, aged 23 years 248 days. Campbell's first and only goal for England came in the 2002 World Cup in the opening group game against Sweden. In 2006 Campbell become the only player to have represented England in six consecutive major tournaments, playing in the 1996, 2000 and 2004 European Championships, and the 1998, 2002 and 2006 World Cups, and he has a career total of 73 England caps. He was named in the official Teams of the Tournament for the 2002 World Cup and 2004 European Championship.

Campbell's other honours in the game include being in the Professional Footballers' Association Team of the Year three times, in 1999, 2003 and 2004.

Honours

Clubs

Tottenham Hotspur

Arsenal

Portsmouth

National Team

England

External links

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England – UEFA Euro 1996

1. Seaman 2. G. Neville 3. Pearce 4. Ince 5. Adams 6. Southgate 7. Platt 8. Gascoigne 9. Shearer 10. Sheringham 11. Anderton 12. Howey 13. Flowers 14. Barmby 15. Redknapp 16. Campbell 17. McManaman 18. Ferdinand 19. P. Neville 20. Stone 21. Fowler 22. Walker

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England – 1998 FIFA World Cup

1. Seaman 2. Campbell 3. Le Saux 4. Ince 5. Adams 6. Southgate 7. Beckham 8. Batty 9. Shearer 10. Sheringham 11. McManaman 12. Neville 13. Martyn 14. Anderton 15. Merson 16. Scholes 17. Lee 18. Keown 19. L. Ferdinand 20. Owen 21. R. Ferdinand 22. Flowers

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England – UEFA Euro 2000

1. Seaman 2. G. Neville 3. P. Neville 4. Campbell 5. Adams 6. Keown 7. Beckham 8. Scholes 9. Shearer 10. Owen 11. McManaman 12. Southgate 13. Martyn 14. Ince 15. Barry 16. Gerrard 17. Wise 18. Barmby 19. Heskey 20. Phillips 21. Fowler 22. Wright

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England – 2002 FIFA World Cup

1. Seaman 2. Mills 3. A. Cole 4. Sinclair 5. Ferdinand 6. Campbell 7. Beckham 8. Scholes 9. Fowler 10. Owen 11. Heskey 12. Brown 13. Martyn 14. Bridge 15. Keown 16. Southgate 17. Sheringham 18. Hargreaves 19. J. Cole 20. Vassell 21. Butt 22. James 23. Dyer

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England – UEFA Euro 2004

1. James 2. G. Neville 3. A. Cole 4. Gerrard 5. Terry 6. Campbell 7. Beckham 8. Scholes 9. Rooney 10. Owen 11. Lampard 12. Bridge 13. Robinson 14. P. Neville 15. King 16. Carragher 17. Butt 18. Hargreaves 19. J. Cole 20. Dyer 21. Heskey 22. Walker 23. Vassell

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England – 2006 FIFA World Cup - Quarter-finals

1. Robinson 2. Neville 3. A. Cole 4. Gerrard 5. Ferdinand 6. Terry 7. Beckham 8. Lampard 9. Rooney 10. Owen 11. J. Cole 12. Campbell 13. James 14. Bridge 15. Carragher 16. Hargreaves 17. Jenas 18. Carrick 19. Lennon 20. Downing 21. Crouch 22. Carson 23. Walcott

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