Alan Campbell

Football, Football player

1960 –

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Who is Alan Campbell?

Alan Campbell is a former professional football player.

He played for Shamrock Rovers, Racing de Santander, CD Logroñés, Berchem Sport, Dundee and Forfar Athletic and also played for the Republic of Ireland national football team on three occasions.

After joining Santander, AS Roma were reportedly interested in signing him.

He made his Rovers debut on the 11th of October 1978 in the Leinster Senior Cup and scored twice in a 5-1 win over St. Francis. He made his League of Ireland debut at Galway on the 18th of March 1979 scoring once in a 2-0 win. Campbell made 4 appearances in European competition, scoring once. as well as one Inter-League cap. He was also the League of Ireland top goalscorer in the 1979–80 season with 22 goals.

After three years in Spain he turned down a move to Glasgow Celtic to play in Belgium in 1987.

He now lives in Dundee, Scotland with his wife and two daughters, Nicola Campbell and Clara Campbell.

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Born
Aug 10, 1960
Dublin
Nationality
  • Republic of Ireland
Lived in
  • Dublin

Submitted
on July 23, 2013

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