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Profile of the English footballer Fraizer Campbell, who currently plays as a forward at Crystal Palace. The 28-year old player Campbell joined Crystal Palace from Cardiff City and wears the number 9 shirt.

Fraizer Campbell
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        (Squad number 9)

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Fraizer Campbell Career
2006–2009Manchester United2(0)
2006–2007Royal Antwerp (loan)31(20)
2007–2008Hull City (loan)34(15)
2008–2009Tottenham Hotspur (loan)10(1)
2013–2014Cardiff City48(13)
2014–Crystal Palace20(4)

2003England U163(0)
2004England U176(0)
2004England U181(0)
2008–2009England U2114(4)

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Fraizer Campbell : Crystal Palace News
“Alan Pardew insists his Crystal Palace players know they are in a relegation scrap and that it would be 'foolish' to think otherwise after five consecutive Barclays Premier League defeats.”
 Daily Mail 4 days ago
“Five straight defeats will lead to tough questions being asked and it was a case of the blame game after Crystal Palace’s Premier League campaign One big moment, one big goal.”
 slp.co.uk 4 days ago
“The Crystal Palace midfielder suffered the injury in the first half of the Eagles' loss to Bournemouth on Tuesday night and was substituted at half-time.”
 Mirror 5 days ago
“Emmanuel Adebayor has insisted that he is not 'a bad apple' and has nothing to prove in his time at Crystal Palace. The former Arsenal, Manchester City and Tottenham striker has had problems at all three clubs, but he claims things will be different at Palace.”
 Daily Mail 6 days ago
“Palace's losing run continue with a disappointing home defeat there still isn’t whole lot of service for that lone man.”
 fypfanzine.uk 6 days ago
“Crystal Palace manager Alan Pardew pulled no punches when the Frenchman out of the Cherries fixture - or Marc Wilson’s cynical slide to bring down Fraizer Campbell. “No-one gets sent off against us - no-one,” continued Pardew.”
 South London 6 days ago
“It is almost a staggering 40 hours of football since a Palace striker scored a Premier League goal from open play.”
 VAVEL 7 days ago
“Emmanuel Adebayor made his Crystal Palace debut but could not stop the Eagles Adebayor then replaced Fraizer Campbell as Palace pushed for an equaliser.”
 London Evening Standard 7 days ago
“CRYSTAL Palace suffered their fifth consecutive Premier League The former made way for Jordon Mutch at half-time, and Palace attacked the Cherries from the off, with Fraizer Campbell missing the ball with a scissor kick from six yards, before Puncheon”
 Croydon Advertiser 7 days ago
“Crystal Palace have submitted their 25-man squad to the Premier League for the second half of the 2015/16 campaign, and there is just one change to the one handed to the league in September, with new signing Emmanuel Adebayor replacing Patrick Bamford.”
 Official Crystal Palace Website 7 days ago
Fraizer Campbell Career Honours
  • FA Community Shield: 2008
  • Football League Championship play-offs: 2007–08
  • Football League Championship: 2012–13

    Source: wikipedia.org

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