Former Arsenal and Everton forward player, Kevin Campbell dies at 54


It was a sad day for football in the English Premier League following the death of former Arsenal and Everton player Kevin Campbell.

The news of his death was confirmed on the official website of both Arsenal and Everton on Saturday, June 15, 2024. Campbell played as a striker for both clubs, including Nottingham Forest, scoring 148 goals in 542 club games across an almost 20-year career at the top.

Campbell started his career with Arsenal, where he made his debut in May 1988, going on to win the First Division title (1990-91), FA Cup and League Cup (1992-93) and the European Cup Winners’ Cup (1993-94) with the north London club.

The striker ended his seven-year at Everton as the Toffees’ fifth-highest Premier League goal scorer. He also played for both West Bromwich Albion (2005-06) helping to keep the Baggies in the Premier League that campaign and Cardiff City (2006-07), while he also scored one goal in four England U21 appearances between 1990 and 1992.

There have been tributes coming in from Campbell’s former players and clubs in the Premier League.

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