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Campbell's Ready For The Call

Campbell's Ready For The Call

Sol Campbell says he is ready, willing and able to answer the England call is it comes along, and according to Vital England this would probably be a good thing for England in South Africa.

Vital England says: The experience, and lets face it the quality he still has - which has been proven during his return with Arsenal, gives him every chance of doing this.

As I have previously said, with the likes of John Terry looking 'shaky' at times and Rio Ferdinand 'struggling' to stay fit, with the experience - and for me overall quality - of those in reserve there is every chance the 35-year-old could find himself in the 23 going to South Africa.

In all honesty the thought of turning to Campbell, over some of the options we could, would worry me much less, even though the thought of the guy returning to the international stage might have seemed nothing more than a pipedream not so long ago...

What do you think?

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Writer:Site Staff
Date:Wednesday May 5 2010
Time: 3:08PM

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Sol is worth his place on the plane to South Africa for his performance at WHL alone. It's fair to say that he held us together that night, and put in an individual display in an Arsenal shirt, that was bettered only this season by Cesc against Villa. Well done Big Sol, hope you make the squad and hope to see you next season at The Grove.
Cockney Rich
05/05/2010 20:31:00
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The way Ledley King has been playing for the last few weeks and the first 80 minutes of tonight's match, I'd say he most deserves the spot to SA.
gunnerkid107
05/05/2010 21:44:00
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Where's Amos Totthering day my arse!
Clive 49
05/05/2010 22:06:00
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i hope he doesen't make the world cup cuz if we are going to give him a new deal, then i'd want him to get a good rest in the summer and then have a good pre season under his belt and be ready for the next campaign..
luckys_10
05/05/2010 22:23:00
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Sol is still good. King is King though
HuddersfieldYiddo
05/05/2010 23:59:00
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Campbell for England? Good idea, he can go as ledley's understudy. COYS!!!!!!!!!!!!
Tony Rocky Horror
06/05/2010 00:55:00
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On a seperate note, I would like to thank the Arsenal fans including Rocky7 and Little Dutch who have offered their congratulations on the VitalSpurs site. Whilst the banter between our fans can reach rabid levels, the comments you Arsenal fans have left are much appreciated.
kernowboy71
06/05/2010 09:56:00
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Think Sol may be waiting a long time.
JC_Yido
06/05/2010 16:53:00
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I expect to see Campbell a lot on the telly this summer. They're making more of the chavs/tits/teethnboots drama 'Footballers Wives' and they need someone to match the scenery i.e. a bit wooden, doesn't move much, and like the viewers gives up at half-time.
lordjohnny
06/05/2010 17:44:00
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Where are all the goons? Gave up the ghost probably. Abandoned the fight like scared rats. Done the trophyless two-step shuffle back to Woolwich with their tails between their legs.
Tony Rocky Horror
06/05/2010 19:15:00
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