Sol Campbell has revealed he will spend time with former Arsenal team-mate Patrick Vieira at Crystal Palace as he looks to get back into management.The 47-year-old former England international has been out of work since leaving Southend in June 2020 but is keen to keep learning until another chance comes along.Campbell has spoken extensively in the past about how tough he has found it to find work after spells in difficult circumstances at Roots Hall and before that Macclesfield.“It’s very difficult, sometimes it depends on your career, sometimes it depends on who you know,” he said at Web Summit in...
“The sad reality is I might never get a club again": Sol Campbell opens up on his frustrating search for a management job
Sol Campbell was one of the most decorated English players of his generation, claiming two Premier League titles, four FA Cups and a League Cup during a glittering five-year stint at Arsenal. Yet the former defender is having a tough time in management, with clubs appearing unwilling to offer him a job.
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Arsenal legend Sol Campbell has expressed his sympathy with Ainsley Maitland-Niles after he saw a move away from the Emirates Stadium blocked. The 23-year-old has long looked like a fine young talent, but has struggled for playing time recently and could perhaps have benefited from going out on loan or maybe even leaving Arsenal permanently.
It is less than a year since Sol Campbell left his last managerial job at Southend United and, in that period, he has applied for 16 different club positions. They have all been in Britain and ranged from teams in the bottom half of the Premier League through to the Championship, League One and the Scottish Premier League.
Sol Campbell is among the candidates to have applied for the England Under-21 job, with Aidy Boothroyd set to depart in the summer. Under Boothroyd two successive Young Lions teams bursting with talent have been eliminated at the group stages of the European Championship, with many blaming the manager for his tactical shortcomings.
Sol Campbell FIFA 21 Prime Icon Moments SBC went live alongside Andrea Pirlo and Didier Drogba as new Icon SBCs released during FUT Player Days. FUT Player Days returned for a second time during FIFA 21 as a bridge promotion between FUT Birthday and the expected release of Team of the Season. Icon SBCs have been a point of contention among the player base this year considering the players chosen and the frequency of releases. Some releases were criticized, while others like Carles Puyol were praised.
During the second weekend of April, EA Sports and the FIFA 21 team released three new Icon Squad Building Challenges. FIFA players now have a chance to get three new Prime Icon Moment players: Didier Drogba, Andrea Pirlo, and former Arsenal and Tottenham Hotspur back Sol Campbell. So, what do you need to do in order to get the legendary English back on your squad? Let’s go over what you need to do.
EA SPORTS has released another trio of ICON SBCs, and here we’ll be taking a look at requirements, solutions, and more needed for the Prime Moments version of acclaimed English center-back Sol Campbell. Sol Campbell almost did it all in his incredible 20-year career playing in the Premier League. He...