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Top facts about Sol Campbell, the Judas

Thu 20 May 2021 | 10:30

In today’s article we will talk about a player who has been nicknamed Judas by his playmates at Tottenham and has played for almost all the ranks of England’s national team; we welcome you to Top facts about Sol Campbell, the Judas.

Sulzeer Jeremiah Campbell is an English football manager and former player who most recently led League Two side

Southend United

. From November 2018 to August 2019, he was the manager of Macclesfield Town. He had a 20-year Premier League career and an 11-year international career with the England national team as a centre back.

Campbell is well-known for his international career. Campbell earned his first of 73 full caps for England at the age of 21 after having previously represented England under-21s and England B. Campbell became England's second-youngest captain in May 1998, behind

Bobby Moore

, who was 23 years 248 days old at the time.

In 2006, he became the first player to play for England in six consecutive major tournaments, including the UEFA European Championships in 1996, 2000, and 2004, as well as the FIFA World Cups in 1998, 2002, and 2006.

He was called to the 2002 World Cup and Euro 2004 Teams of the Tournament. In addition, he was named to the PFA Team of the Year three times, in 1999, 2003, and 2004.

We are so excited to introduce you to this marvelous article that we have spent a lot of time preparing it just for you, thus we cut the introduction short and move to the main parts of the top facts about Sol Campbell.

Top facts about Sol Campbell, the Judas, and extras

If we had to write a complete article of his actions, deeds and of course top facts about Sol Campbell, it would have taken us hours to gether the information. For example, just to show you the scale, Campbell started his career with

Tottenham Hotspur

in December 1992, after being born in east London to Jamaican parents.

He played for Spurs for nine years, scoring ten goals in 255 games and captaining the team to the 1999 Football League Cup Final victory over

Leicester City

.

This is how much he has achieved playing for his first senior club, now imagine the rest. But after all this is a top fact article which means we are going to get to his personal life much more than his career, thus get ready to delve into the details.

Sol Campbell information

We have provided some basic information about Sol Campbell so you have the opportunity to build a nice flat foundation to build up all of this information on that surface.

Personal information

  • Full name:

    Sulzeer Jeremiah Campbell

  • Date of birth:

    18 September 1974

  • Age:

    46

  • Star Sign:

    Virgo

  • Star sign features:

    Logical, practical, and systematic

  • Nationality:

    England

  • Place of birth:

    Plaistow, London, England

  • Marital status:

    Married

Football information

  • Position:

    Centre back

  • Current team:

    Without club

  • Player agent: 

    No agent

  • Total appearances:

    590 caps

  • Club appearances:

    504 caps

  • National appearances:

    86 caps

  • Total goals:

    23 goals

  • Foot:

    Right

Physical stats and appearance

  • Height:

    1.88 m

  • Weight:

    91 kg

  • Hair color:

    Black

  • Hairstyle:

    Short

  • Skin color:

    Black

  • Facial hair:

    Clean

We hope that you enjoyed cruising through Sol Campbell’s information, but now it’s time to move on to the next parts of top facts about Sol Campbell, such as his transfermarket information and social media and much more.

Sol Campbell Transfermarkt

 

Sulzeer Jeremiah Campbell’s status is currently marked as retired and he has no agent. But he claimed in the recent interviews that he is willing to start a new managerial career. 

His highest market value has been marked on 20.5 million euros, which is quite the price for a player like him. 

If you observe his market value graphs you will notice that his value took off in early 2005 and then immediately dropped rapidly after the year mentioned. Evaluated at 18 million euros, his market value reached 20.5 million euros on January 7th, 2005 and then dropped to 7,5 million euros on 7 august 2006. For a year or so his market value stood still. At that time he was playing for

Portsmouth FC

.

His value took some huge hits again in late 2009 as it fell into 1 million euros zone.  He hit the floor in such manner that left him with no club. Finally

Newcastle united

was brave enough to offer Campbell a contract, and this was his last contract he ever signed as a player.

Now to be done with his football related statistic we would go through his career briefly in the next part of

top facts about Sol Campbell

.

Sol Campbell career

Campbell was hesitant to join another professional club's youth program after his West Ham United experience, but after two months of persistence from Tottenham Hotspur's chief scout Len Cheesewright, he finally joined the Tottenham Youth squad. Some Spurs fans have referred to Campbell as "Judas."

Later, He signed for Arsenal.

Arsène Wenger

explained that he signed Campbell because his opponents couldn't move him as they did other players. Campbell left Arsenal by mutual consent in July 2006 in search of "a new opportunity."

Campbell was courted by Juventus in Italy, but manager Didier Deschamps ultimately put an end to contract talks. Campbell then turned down an offer from Fenerbahçe, a Turkish club. Instead, he stayed in England and signed a two-year deal with Premier League team Portsmouth in August 2006. Campbell sued Portsmouth in January 2010 for £1.7 million in unpaid image rights and bonus payments.

In August 2009, Campbell agreed to a five-year contract with League Two side Notts County. On September 19, he made his County debut in a 2–1 loss to Morecambe at Christie Park. Three days later, he walked out on the club, and his contract was mutually terminated on September 24.

Campbell started training with

Arsenal

in mid-October 2009 in order to stay in shape before the January transfer window. He re-signed with the club on January 15th. Campbell signed a one-year deal with Newcastle United in July 2010 after turning down a two-year contract with Scottish club Celtic. After leaving the club, he converted his player career to a managerial one.

Campbell career ended as the manager of EFL League One club Southend United. Campbell announced his departure from the club on June 30, 2020.

Sol Campbell net worth and salary

Campbell, 46, would have retired with a fortune of about 46 million euros thanks to a long-term Nike boot contract. Any of it went into his bespoke townhouse in Chelsea's Cheyne Walk, which is available to rent for the 17-day Olympic Games for 860,000 euros a week. In 2011, the net assets of his company, Sol Man Ltd, remained unchanged at 714,000 euros.

Did you know that Campbell has also been active on political fields? Well, we will talk about in the next part of top facts about Sol Campbell.

Sol Campbell political career

An interesting fact of

top facts about Sol Campbell

is that he has been active in political field too.

Campbell has been more outspoken about British politics since his retirement from football. In 2013, he said that he liked "Labor’s attitude but Conservative policies." He called Ed Miliband's plan for a mansion tax on assets worth more than £2 million "madness" in 2014.

He has also confirmed that he is considering joining the Conservative Party and that he would like to assist the party in gaining more "black votes."

Campbell has criticized the Football Association's (FA) ethnic diversity, and he made headlines in March 2014 when he said that the FA's systemic bias meant he was never selected to captain

the England team

during his playing career. Campbell had been appointed as England's starting captain in a friendly against the United States in May 2005, but due to an ankle injury, he was replaced by Zat Knight at halftime.

Campbell announced his intention to run for the Conservative Party's nomination for Mayor of London in the 2016 election in February 2015. Campbell was not on the shortlist of four candidates selected in July 2015. Campbell voted for Brexit in the 2016 referendum on whether the United Kingdom should remain a member of the European Union or leave.

Sol Campbell relationships

Sol Campbell has a long list of relationships. His first romantic relationship was with DJ sassy. "He's a very romantic, caring lover who knows what a woman wants," Sassy, who also worked as a model with Jodie Kidd and Linda Evangelista, said. The Arsenal star was worried about them being spotted together and insisted on paying half the bill whenever they went out. 

After this on, he got into a relationship with Proctor. Proctor was a Miss Wales finalist, and she claims to have appeared in a variety of fashion shows, as well as FHM, Loaded, and a number of national newspapers, as well as Closer, OK, and Heat. She's also been on TV, with episodes of Dirty Cows airing on UK Living, This Morning, and Dream Team.  Then again this was over sooner than anticipated.

His next partner was Lisa Welham.  Lisa was born in 1982 in Hull, East Yorkshire, and practiced ballroom and Latin American dance for several years.

Lisa began studying contemporary dance at the Northern School of Contemporary Dance when she was 16 years old, graduating in 2002 with a First and the Armees Prize for the highest overall degree mark. In both the UK and Germany, she conducted the school's Verve.

Sol's tumultuous love life reached an end in 2003, when it was revealed that his girlfriend Lisa Welham, 21, had dumped him for cheating on her with blonde Austrian Alena Pitzer, 19.

Things seemed to be going well before his four-game suspension last season following a contentious altercation with

Manchester United

manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer. He flew to Rome, depressed about the FA decision, telling Lisa he needed to "clear his mind."

He met and had a brief fling with a beauty salon receptionist in the Italian capital, 19-year-old Austrian Alena Pitzer, who worked in his £350-a-night hotel.

Lisa was devastated when she found out. She dumped Sol and was uninterested in his grovelling apologies.

Moving to his next relationship, Campbell started a new relationship with Janet Tyler. She is a British businesswoman who is best known for being the mother of Sol Campbell's child. Her family owns and operates a timber company, and she is the director of that company.

When she found out she was pregnant in 2003, she started dating Arsenal's Sol Campbell casually. Janet gave birth to a son named Joseph Jeremiah Tyler-Campbell in April 2004. In 2006, a DNA test confirmed that Joseph was his son.

Campbells next temporary relationship was with Martina Hingis. Martina Hingisová is a retired professional tennis player from Switzerland. She was the world No. 1 in singles for 209 weeks and the world No. 1 in doubles for 90 weeks, holding both rankings for 29 weeks.

After this one, Sol Campbell has rekindled his romance with new girlfriend Clare Staples.

And ultimately, the final love of Campbell’s life yet, Fiona Barratt.

She worked at a top London design company for three years after graduating with degrees in Interior and Spatial Architecture from Chelsea College of Art in London and Interior Design from Parson's School of Design in New York. She was working as a production assistant for a while before being promoted to the head of Interior Design.

Working on both domestic and commercial ventures across the world, ranging from new builds to existing sites with contract prices up to £8 million, she acquired a broad range of skills and invaluable experience in this sector throughout that period. This successful woman is now Sol Campbell’s wife.

Next up on top facts about Sol Campbell, we will talk about his personal life and real estate.

Sol Campbell personal life and properties

Campbell made huge stacks playing for famous clubs. As a result, Southend United's boss wanted to invest in real estate. Campbell, now 46, made smart investments over the years, amassing a property portfolio worth £50 million. He also has a high-end furniture business with his wife, interior designer Fiona Barratt. Campbell, despite his desire to prove himself as a manager, does not need to work in football again.

Though he spent his playing days in North London, he is less interested in the area when it comes to developing a property portfolio. Over the years, he purchased homes in high class West London neighborhoods that mere mortals could only dream of. A £25 million townhouse with breathtaking views of the Thames and Albert Bridge was the star of the show.

There are six bedrooms, five bathrooms, a drawing room, library, dining room, and a separate mews house accessible through an underground tunnel. The 7,224 sq/ft room, which also has a 45-foot garden and a lift, was fully renovated in 2008 with the aid of his missus.

Campbell placed the house up for sale in 2014 after criticizing Labour's proposed mansion levy, which would have cost him £250,000 a year.

"The grim reaper of business entrepreneurs or someone who has done well!" he said of Labour. "An Englishman's home is his palace," Campbell continued, "and this tax would cause a ruckus!"

Sol Campbell social media

 

In this part of

top facts about Sol Campbell

we will take a look at his social medias and analyze the ways that he uses these platform. In this section we mainly focus on popular social media platforms such as Twitter and Instagram. Let us get to the details.

Sol Campbell Twitter

Top facts about Sol Campbell article can not be without his social media information since he has been active on Twitter since July of 2014 by the name of SolManOffcial with a blue mark which indicates that it’s his official account. He currently has over 160 k followers on the mentioned platform and is following over 600 accounts. What kinds of pictures or posts does he send on twitter? You may ask. Really weird stuff, I may answer.

He records monologues of his idle thoughts on occasion. Often he just stands there, expressionless, staring at the selfie camera, as if admiring himself in a car window mirror.

And every now and then, he spins us around in a 360-degree circle to catch his surroundings, though it's still too fast for you to take it all in. Sol Campbell turns the clichés and emotions of a celebrity's social media into something entirely original. He defies genre conventions by experimenting with subtle changes in pacing, intonation, execution, set design, and performance to create something both familiar and strange.

Sol Campbell Instagram

Sol Campbell has been active on Instagram by the name of solmanofficial. He has mentioned that he is a coach and a football manager in his bio.

He currently has over 195 thousand followers and is following over 2 thousand accounts. He posts pictures of his family or himself in a jungle area or in the nature chilling. He also posts videos of his past games for when he was a player of Arsenal. Sol Campbell's Instagram Stories are akin to the captain's log of an adventurous adventurer stranded in civilization.

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