17 November 2009

Alan Campbell

CFC
Name: Thomas Alan Campbell
Born: 11 September 1944, Belfast
Height: 5.10 ft
Weight: 11.11 st
Position: Centre-Half / Full-Back

Representative Honours: Northern Ireland: 4 Amateur Caps (1963-1964), Junior, Youth, 3 Schoolboy Caps (1959); Irish League: 10 Caps (1963-1969).
Club Honours:

Club Career:
Teams
Seasons
Signed
Fee
League
FA Cup
FL Cup
Europe
Other
Distillery
-
May-60
Amateur
-
-
-
-
-
Sheffield.Wednesday
-
Feb-61
Trial
0(0)/0
-
-
-
-
Coleraine
61/62-70/71
Mar-62
Amateur
-
-
-
7(0)/0
-
Grimsby Town
70/71-72/73
Oct-70
-
84(1)/0
3(0)/0
4(0)/0
-
-
Coleraine
73/74-74/75
Aug-73
-
-
-
-
2(0)/0
-
Glenavon
-
Jan-75
-
-
-
-
-
-
TOTALS
-
£-
-
-
-
9(0)/0
-

Biography:
A Ballygomartin-lad, Alan Campbell had a long and distinguished playing and managerial career, collecting virtually every honour available in both.

As a manager, Campbell worked with Glenavon (1975-78), Ballymena United (1979-82 & 1984-85), Distillery (1983-85), Ypsonna (Cyprus) (coach 1990), Sotira (coach 1991), Ballyclare Comrades (1993), Bangor (1998), Carrick Rangers (2000-2002) and Barn United. He also acted as a scout for Northern Ireland under his ex-Grimsby boss, Lawrie McMenemy (1998-99).

More to follow.

Coleraine Legends

Northern Ireland Amateur Cap Details:
29-09-1962 England A L 2-3
28-09-1963 England H W 2-1
11-01-1964 Wales... H D 3-3
08-02-1964 Scotland A D 2-2

Summary: 4/0. Won 1, Drew 2, Lost 1.

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