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Fraizer Campbell

Number 9

D.O.B.

13.08.87

Birthplace

Huddersfield

Height

5'8

Position

Forward, Right Wing

Signed

July 2009

Fee

3.5m

Former Clubs

Man Utd, Royal Antwerp (Loan), Hull City (Loan), Spurs (Loan)

International

English

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Pacey forward signed from Manchester United in 2008, Campbell's progress at SOL has been blighted with injuries.

Impressed on-loan at Hull City before being loaned to Spurs in 2008 as part of the deal which saw Dimitar Berbatov moved to Manchester United.

Following his comeback from injury in 2012 Campbell earned a call-up to Stuart Pearce's England squad, winning his solitary cap under the interim boss following wonder goals against Norwich City & Middlesbrough.

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