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Fergie’s Swoop For League Two Ace

11 December 2009 by Oliver


Sir Alex Ferguson is ready to launch miraculous bid for ex England centre back Sol Campbell to solve his defensive frailties. Despite training with his ex team Arsenal, the 35 year rock at the back has been linked with various clubs including ex clubs Tottenham Hotspur and Portsmouth. After leaving only weeks into his five year contract with league two side Notts County, Campbell has been realised by the club and could seek a move in the January transfer window.

United, who were forced to field two mid-fielders in defence in their previous two games, are without seven of their first choice defenders due to injury. United are investigating how quickly they can sign the ex England ace. If Campbell signed for the champions, Campbell could two of his former clubs within two months as the red devils play the Gunners on January 31st and Pompey on February 6th. With his experience at the back, Sol could be the reds answer to their drastic defensive injury situation.

Campbell told ESPN Soccer early today “have heard nothing officially from Manchester United, but there have been suggestions and of course, it would be a great move for me, if it happens. Of course I would love to play for Manchester United, but I am not counting any chickens, just waiting to see what happens.

Ferguson has already brought in an ex player from another so called top four club- Micheal Owen who so far has scored seven goals for the reds. With Alex Ferguson’s shock signing in the summer, the possibility is present that Campbell could rescue United’s defence.

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  • luckyliam10 said:

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    Need to work on revising work otherwise great quality potential definately in this article.

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