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Kevin Campbell

Welcome to Kevin Campbell's profile page where we post regular news updates. In addition to press articles, you can also find pictures of the player and a list of all 'Official Player Site' articles where Kevin is mentioned. For more news about other Everton playees click here.

Date of Birth: 04/02/1970
Place of Birth: Lambeth
Nationality: English
Height: 6.01 (1.83 m)
Weight: 13.08 (86.2 Kg)
Club: Everton 2 articles
Peter Clarke: Your questions answered... - 13/10/2003
We received a number of questions to Clarkey since the site was launched – some from as far away as the States and South Africa. Please feel free to mail us any more you may have. More
Robbie Elliott: Everton - very disappointing - 07/11/2002
It was certainly a good game for the neutrals and the Everton fans, but for the rest of us, it was hard to take. On a personal level, there was a lot riding on that game, and I’m very disappointed that things didn’t go to plan. More
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Sol Campbell to become Trinidad and Tobago assistant boss - 30/01/2017
EXCLUSIVE: The ex-England international is a target for the Soca Warriors, who recently appointed former Swansea City player Dennis Lawrence was their new boss.

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Barcelona vs Leganes La Liga LIVE: Messi and Co in action
Barcelona will look to return to winning ways on Sunday night when they face struggling Leganes at the Nou Camp. Join BEN NAGLE for all the action, with PETE JENSON providing regular updates. [More]

Blackburn 1-2 Man United: Zlatan the hero off the bench
CHRIS WHEELER AT EWOOD PARK: With an hour gone and Manchester United locked in a stalemate, Jose Mourinho summoned Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Paul Pogba. [More]

Lincoln travel to Sutton or Arsenal in FA Cup last eight
Imps fans crammed into the Travis Perkins Suite at Sincil Bank as the draw was made. They went wild when they were given a possible match-up with Arsene Wenger's Gunners. [More]

Six things you missed as Manchester United beat Blackburn
Zlatan Ibrahimovic hit the winning goal as Manchester United came from behind to beat Blackburn 2-1 in the FA Cup fifth round. Here are six things you may have missed from the game. [More]

Blackburn v Manchester United, FA Cup LIVE score
Manchester United continue their pursuit for a cup treble when they wrap up Sunday's FA Cup fixtures by taking on Blackburn Rovers at Ewood Park. Follow all the action here as it happens. [More]

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Racism mars fiery Belgrade derby between Rad and Partizan
Rad Belgrade's match against visiting city rivals Partizan was marred by racist incidents and a player brawl on Sunday when Serbia's top flight resumed after a two-month winter break. [More]

Tottenham boss Pochettino focused on 'final' against Gent
Mauricio Pochettino felt Tottenham had to prove their season was still 'alive' in the FA Cup on Sunday after a week of damaging defeats in the Premier League and Europa League. [More]

Man United name ÂŁ192m bench against Blackburn Rovers
The Old Trafford club have become famed for splashing the cash in recent years, and part of that outlay was responsible for their phenomenally expensive selection of reserves. [More]

Marcus Rashford back among the goals after barren spell
JACK GAUGHAN AT EWOOD PARK: Jose Mourinho spun on his heels, clenched a fist and celebrated a fine equaliser, one which offered a glimpse of United's electrifying speed. [More]

Valencia 2-0 Athletic Bilbao: Simone Zaza and Nani net
Nani put Valencia in front in the 13th minute at the Mestalla on Sunday before Simone Zaza, who suffered a torrid loan spell with West Ham, grabbed the hosts second goal of the La Liga game. [More]

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West Ham stars let their hair down in Dubai
Ever the life and soul of the party, Cheikhou Kouyate was spotted dancing with a cabaret singer after dinner at the plush Billionaire Mansion in the UAE on Saturday night. [More]

Neil Warnock wants a minute of booing when he passes away
While most managers are afforded a minute's silence or applause when they pass away, Warnock has already thought of a more fitting tribute when he eventually decides to pop his clogs. [More]

Danny Rose's brother knocks red card out of referee's hand
Angry reactions to red cards are hardly uncommon in football, but they still make the headlines when they occur, and an incident in League Two on Saturday was no different. [More]

Dundee 2-1 Rangers: Problems continue for Murty's side
Murty was in charge for the second match running after Mark Warburton's exit, but he looked forlorn as O'Hara and Holt gave the Taysiders their first home win over the Ibrox side in 25 years. [More]

Lee Hodson wears Rangers shirt without a badge
Rangers fans were left bemused when only 10 of their players took to the field with the club crest etched on their shirts for Sunday's 2-1 defeat by Dundee. [More]

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Kelly Smith honoured with Arsenal vs All-Stars match
Some of the biggest names in England women's football turned out on Sunday afternoon for a match in honour of this country's greatest player in the female game, Kelly Smith. [More]

Kilmarnock 1-2 Aberdeen: Two late goals stun Killie
Not only do managers stand and fall by their decisions. They come to be defined by them. By the end of an engrossing afternoon, Derek McInnes was able to reflect on the most satisfying of gambles. [More]

Fulham 0-3 Tottenham Hotspur: Kane hat-trick wraps up win
MATT BARLOW AT CRAVEN COTTAGE: Singing about Wembley does not have the same ring when you’re hiring the place out but Tottenham swaggered like they want to win the FA Cup. [More]

Ancelotti admits swearing at Hertha Berlin fans
Tempers flared in the latter stages of the Bundesliga clash, and it is alleged Bayern Munich manager Ancelotti swore at a section of home supporters after his side netted a late equaliser. [More]

Fulham 0-3 Tottenham, FA Cup RESULT
After a weekend of upsets in the FA Cup, Mauricio Pochettino was not willing to take part in his own at Craven Cottage. Harry Kane ensured he had little to worry about. [More]

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