31 Facts About Sol Campbell

1. The Daily Mail wrote on Tuesday that Sol Campbell could become part of England's coaching staff at next summer's u21 European.

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2. Sol Campbell could make his temporary England u21 coaching role permanent if he impresses this week, according to a report.

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3. Sol Campbell could make temporary England u21 role permanent this week.

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4. Sol Campbell joined Aidy Boothroyd's coaching staff this week as part of the Football Association's diversity initiative.

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5. Sol Campbell linked up with England's Under-21 squad last night on an extended audition to earn a coaching role at next summer's European Championship finals.

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6. Sol Campbell took his first coaching steps with England's Young Lions, after stepping out with the Under-21s on Monday.

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7. Sol Campbell takes first steps on coaching ladder with England's Under-21s.

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8. Sol Campbell handed temporary England Under-21 coaching role and could earn permanent job.

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9. Sol Campbell has been assisting Aidy Boothroyd with the England U21s this week.

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10. Sol Campbell put through his own goal on the quarter-of-an-hour mark, but by then many of the Toon supporters had left for home.

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11. In 2009, Sol Campbell launched his charity "Kids go live" which allows inner city children to see a variety of live sporting events such as Wimbledon, the Olympic Games and rugby internationals.

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12. Sol Campbell had homes in London and at Hallington Hall at Hallington in Northumberland.

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13. In 2008, Sol Campbell began dating interior designer Fiona Barratt, the granddaughter of Barratt Homes founder Sir Lawrie Barratt.

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14. In February 2015, Sol Campbell confirmed his intention to run for the Conservative Party nomination for Mayor of London in the 2016 election.

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15. Since his retirement from football, Sol Campbell has become increasingly vocal about British politics.

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16. On 30 January 2017, Sol Campbell was named as Dennis Lawrence's assistant manager, after the latter was appointed manager of the Trinidad and Tobago national team.

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17. Sol Campbell maintained his place in the centre of defence as he took part in England's successful qualification campaign for Euro 2004.

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18. Sol Campbell was England's first choice centre-back throughout the successful qualification campaign for Euro 2000 under new boss Kevin Keegan, and played in all three group games at the tournament, which England exited after defeat by Romania.

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19. Sol Campbell started all four of England's matches in the 1998 World Cup.

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20. Sol Campbell made his international debut as a substitute against Hungary on 18 May 1996.

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21. Sol Campbell started again in Newcastle's next two fixtures with West Bromwich Albion and Liverpool, but lost his place upon the return of Coloccini.

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22. Sol Campbell began training with the Arsenal side in mid-October 2009 in a bid to maintain his fitness ahead of the January transfer window.

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23. Sol Campbell signed a five-year deal with League Two side Notts County in August 2009.

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24. In January 2010, Sol Campbell sued Portsmouth for £1.7 million in unpaid image rights and bonus payments.

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25. Sol Campbell was courted by Italian club Juventus, but manager Didier Deschamps eventually ended contract negotiation.

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26. In July 2006, Sol Campbell left Arsenal by mutual consent in order to seek "a fresh challenge".

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27. Sol Campbell had previously stated in an interview with Spurs Monthly magazine that he would never play for Arsenal.

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28. Sol Campbell had a short spell at West Ham United, beginning his career as a striker.

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29. In February 2015, Sol Campbell announced his intention to run for the Conservative Party nomination for Mayor of London in the 2016 election.

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30. In May 1998, Sol Campbell became what was then England's second-youngest captain, after Bobby Moore, aged 23 years 248 days.

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31. Born in east London to Jamaican parents, Sol Campbell began his career with Tottenham Hotspur in December 1992.

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