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geoffpikey 8:55 Tue Nov 27
Sol Campbell: Macclesfield Town
Make his debut as Macc manager TONIGHT at promotion-chasing Exeter City.

After years of politicking about football managers and colour, he has finally been given his chance. Macclesfield are the WORST club in all the leagues. Even we know that.

Does WHO wish Sol well? He is an ex-Hammer after all.

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joe royal 2:36 Wed Dec 5
Re: Sol Campbell: Macclesfield Town
Is he black then? I never noticed.

The Kronic 1:16 Wed Dec 5
Re: Sol Campbell: Macclesfield Town
I was at the game when he had a first half meltdown. You must be an utter fucking cunt to get torn apart by NRC just because some teenybopper tart has dumped you.

Sven Roeder 1:09 Wed Dec 5
Re: Sol Campbell: Macclesfield Town
He was always a very athletic player who used his speed and agility to get himself out of trouble
Nowhere near as good as his own opinion of himself
But he did have a successful career and pissed off Spurs which makes him ok

southbankbornnbred 11:03 Wed Dec 5
Re: Sol Campbell: Macclesfield Town
FWIW,

I knew Campbell a tiny bit at the time, more through friends in east London who played with him regularly. He was generally a nice, quiet kid. But the moment he opened up about anything, you realised he had the biggest chip on his shoulder imaginable. The chippiest of chips in chipland - and even his friends said it made him hard work. He was just always like that.

But a damn fine player.

southbankbornnbred 10:59 Wed Dec 5
Re: Sol Campbell: Macclesfield Town
Dazman...

"I played with him at district and country level from the age of 11-15. I dont know why Wiki is saying he was at West Ham, he was always on Spurs books."

You obviously didn't know him particularly well, then, Daz, even if you did play in the same district side. Because at the age of 13 he had a well-documented fall out with a youth team coach at West Ham and opted to leave for Spurs at that point.

He even talks about it openly in this interview with FourFourTwo.

https://www.fourfourtwo.com/features/sol-campbell-one-one

So I'm not sure why you thought he was at Spurs throughout the period in which you knew him. Because he wasn't, mate.

Sven Roeder 8:09 Wed Dec 5
Re: Sol Campbell: Macclesfield Town
Campbell’s first game
Macclesfield lose on pens for the first time in their 144 year history

He is breaking records already

geoffpikey 10:58 Tue Dec 4
Re: Sol Campbell: Macclesfield Town
First proper game in charge, Super Sol's Macc Lads lose on pens. To Newcastle U21s. Legend.

geoffpikey 1:24 Fri Nov 30
Re: Sol Campbell: Macclesfield Town
He's a GENIUS.

"Sometimes I felt we came so close in Euro 96, we were a whisker away. If Gascoigne is 26cm taller, he taps it in, that sliding goal goes in."

He also wishes Gazza was 6ft 7 tall.

Any Old Iron 12:17 Fri Nov 30
Re: Sol Campbell: Macclesfield Town
Seeing as the only person who has a good word to say about Sol Campbell is - Sol Campbell, then I'd say that this will all end in tears. In fact the geezer has such a monumental ego that I can see him crumbling if results go against him.

Can't see him lasting the season and it'll probably be the last we hear of him.

altyhammer 12:11 Fri Nov 30
Re: Sol Campbell: Macclesfield Town
“Gay”

altyhammer 12:09 Fri Nov 30
Re: Sol Campbell: Macclesfield Town
I have lived in Altrincham over half my life, Macclesfield is a few miles down the road. Mac fans are inbreds who do not like black sheep. It is not going to end well.
Oh , I thought a few years back SC was going off to Hollywood to be a star?
Fay porn maybe??

The Stoat 11:32 Thu Nov 29
Re: Sol Campbell: Macclesfield Town
Exeter 0 Macclesfield 1 FT

claret on my shirt 11:28 Thu Nov 29
Re: Sol Campbell: Macclesfield Town
In his press conference he told the Macclesfield "You're getting an international footballer who has been one of the best players in the world".

https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/46391157

WHAT A COMPLETE CUNT

stepney hammer 1:42 Thu Nov 29
Re: Sol Campbell: Macclesfield Town
Scottish football is the equivalent of League 2 in terms of quality so I'd not use Gerrard as a comparison.

Russ of the BML 1:15 Thu Nov 29
Re: Sol Campbell: Macclesfield Town
AKA ERNIE 4:25 Wed Nov 28

Gerrard had been coaching at Liverpool.

Lampard obviously gave the Derby board something to hang their coat on at he interview.

Campbell is an odd arrogant cunt.

New Jersey 5:12 Wed Nov 28
Re: Sol Campbell: Macclesfield Town
I wonder what he would say to his centre half if he fucked off home at half time after being run ragged by the oppositions centre forward? Probably Big Bobby Zamora's main claim to fame!

Mart O 4:52 Wed Nov 28
Re: Sol Campbell: Macclesfield Town
He's as thick as two short ones and mad as a bag of rabbits, with Napoleonic delusions of grandeur to boot (Wellingtons?). That's why.

Rossal 4:31 Wed Nov 28
Re: Sol Campbell: Macclesfield Town
Gerrard had been managing in the Liverpool academy. Both Gerrard and Lamps i suspect sold the fact they could bring in premier league kids on loan due to their strong links with Liverpool and Chelsea........something i dont think Campbell could do as well.

AKA ERNIE 4:25 Wed Nov 28
Re: Sol Campbell: Macclesfield Town
lampard no experience gets derby job
Gerrard no experience gets rangers job
Campbell no experience gets Macclesfield job bottom on entire football league so why's that then

Russ of the BML 4:16 Wed Nov 28
Re: Sol Campbell: Macclesfield Town
Donkeys years ago a friend of mine came home one night from the pub and walked into his kitchen to find Sol Campbell sitting there.

His sister was a sort and had been out and he had obviously pulled her.

He also confirmed later that Campbell was an arrogant cunt. He heard him leave shortly after and went back into the kitchen and his sister also confirmed he was a cunt.

geoffpikey 3:47 Wed Nov 28
Re: Sol Campbell: Macclesfield Town
Dazman

"I dont know why Wiki is saying he was at West Ham, he was always on Spurs books."

Well, fuck HIM then!! Up until you clarified that, he was a personal hero of mine.

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