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Campbell Delighted With His Short Term Deal

Campbell Delighted With His Short Term Deal

Sol Campbell says he's ecstatic with his sensational move back to Arsenal, and that the 'old enthusiasm' has returned.

The big centre back appeared for the reserves last night, presumably to check his fitness, and then admitted that the short term deal(till the end of the season) was all but done.

'There are still a few technicalities to iron out,' said Sol 'but I have signed for Arsenal until the end of the season and it's fantastic, great, marvellous. The old enthusiasm is back. I'm ecstatic really to be back at Arsenal and I have worked bloody hard to get there.'

'Arsene Wenger has been an inspiration. He has watched me closely after letting me train at Arsenal for nearly two months now. He's not stupid - he wouldn't have taken me back if he didn't like what he has seen and I have worked and worked. I do believe I can contribute.'

'I really have my confidence and fitness back and I believe I can make a big, big contribution.There is fantastic quality all around the pitch within this Arsenal team and I want to be part of it.'

Welcome back Sol, let's see if we can add another double to your song.



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Writer:Rocky7
Date:Wednesday January 13 2010
Time: 10:00AM

Comments

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Sol says the deal is "Fantastic, great, marvelous" ...... Is Campbell the black Jimmy Saville?
Rocky7
13/01/2010 10:05:00
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Im glad that Sol is back with us, and i think its a good move and that it will work out.
bear.imp
14/01/2010 14:31:00
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It makes a lot of sense for short term If Wenger thinks he is up for it
kenny03
14/01/2010 16:22:00
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The black Mr Iscariot would be more appropriate
hodfoundgodwithapass
14/01/2010 18:19:00
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