Arsenal fans to set up GoFundMe page to show banner of nude Campbell at Spurs

first_imgAnother suggested: “Needs to be flown on the back of a plane to be taken seriously.”A third added: “Let me know when you’ve set it up.”Premier League football has currently been postponed until April 30, but the season is set to be pushed back once again with an emergency meeting to be held later today.Premier League team pushing outlandish proposal to finish season in China ahead of showdown meeting During the 2000/2001 season Campbell insisted he would be signing a new deal with Spurs, but instead he was announced as an Arsenal player in a shock press conference as he walked out alongside Arsene Wenger.The now Southend boss went on to earn legendary status at Arsenal, as he helped the club to Premier League and FA Cup glory in his first year, before winning the same domestic cup a year later.And he was a key figure during their 2003/04 Invincibles campaign that saw the club win the league unbeaten, and he even helped himself to another FA Cup the following term.Campbell even broke the deadlock in the 2006 Champions League final against Barcelona, but the Gunners couldn’t hold on to their lead as they eventually lost 2-1 in Paris.To further rub salt in their wounds of Spurs fans, an Arsenal fan account – that boasts over 58,000 followers on Twitter – has proposed an idea to show off Campbell in his birthday suit at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium once the football season resumes.Posting a picture of a nude Campbell, he tweeted: “Going a bit stir crazy now, so seriously considering setting up a GoFundMe account to get a huge banner of this made for Spurs away – whenever it takes place.”Unsurprisingly fans were loving the idea, as one user said: “I am more than happy to chip in for this!”2MOST READ IN FOOTBALLTHROUGH ITRobbie Keane reveals Claudine’s father was ’50-50′ in coronavirus battleTOP SELLERGavin Whelan has gone from League of Ireland to David Beckham’s InstagramPicturedAN EYEFULMeet Playboy model and football agent Anamaria Prodan bidding to buy her own clubI SAW ROORodallega saw Rooney ‘drinking like madman’ & Gerrard ‘on bar dancing shirtless’ExclusiveRIYAD RAIDMan City’s Riyad Mahrez has three luxury watches stolen in £500,000 raidNEXT STEPJonny Hayes set to move to English Championship having been let go by CelticCORONAVIRUS CRISIS – BE IN THE KNOWGet the latest coronavirus news, facts and figures from around the world – plus essential advice for you and your family.To receive our Covid-19 newsletter in your inbox every tea time, sign up here.To follow us on Facebook, simply ‘Like’ our Coronavirus page. 2TOTTENHAM fans could be greeted by the sight of a naked Sol Campbell during their derby clash against Arsenal once the football season resumes.Gunners supporters continuously taunt Spurs over their former skipper who ran his contract down in 2001 before joining the red half of North London on a free transfer.⚠️ Read our coronavirus in sport live blog for the latest news & updatesGoing a bit stir crazy now, so seriously considering setting up a GoFundMe account to get a huge banner of this made for Spurs away – whenever it takes place— REDaction Gooners (@REDactionAFC) April 1, 2020last_img read more

Olympics Fraser on front line as Jamaica sweep the womens 100m

first_imgOlympics 2008 Sun 17 Aug 2008 19.01 EDT Share via Email Share on Twitter Olympics 2008: Athletics Read more Shares00 Share on LinkedIn Olympics: Fraser on front line as Jamaica sweep the women’s 100m Share on Messenger The Recap: sign up for the best of the Guardian’s sport coverage Jamaica might be mad about the boy, but last night they were pretty ecstatic about their women sprinters, too. Five minutes short of 24 hours after the brilliance of Usain Bolt, his team-mate Shelly-Ann Fraser led home a clean sweep for the country to make Olympic 100m history. Her triumph in 10.78sec came ahead of Sherone Simpson and Kerron Stewart, who could not be separated in 10.98. They will both receive silver medals.It was the first time in the Olympics that one country had swept the women’s 100m and the first time over the distance since the US men in Stockholm in 1912. “We made history,” said Simpson. “We are all great athletes and I am very excited about the tremendous achievement we have made for our country.” Share on Facebook Share on WhatsApp Share via Email news … we have a small favour to ask. The Guardian will engage with the most critical issues of our time – from the escalating climate catastrophe to widespread inequality to the influence of big tech on our lives. At a time when factual information is a necessity, we believe that each of us, around the world, deserves access to accurate reporting with integrity at its heart.More people are reading and supporting The Guardian’s independent, investigative journalism than ever before. 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Share on Twitter Topics Olympics 2008 Olympic Games Since you’re here… This article is more than 10 years old Share on Pinterest This article is more than 10 years old Share on Facebook Jamaica Olympic team Michael Phillips at the Bird’s Nest Stadium Support The Guardian Americas Jamaica First published on Sun 17 Aug 2008 19.01 EDT Athletics No Jamaican woman had won the Olympic 100m title before, with Juliet Cuthbert in 1992, and Merlene Ottey in 1996, being the closest with silvers. Stewart said: “Coming into the Olympics people thought we were not experienced enough, but give us a chance to do something and we make the most of it.” The US appealed against the result, insisting that one of their own athletes should have been punished for a false start. Their complaint was thrown out, however. The race was another great spectacle, with Fraser leading all the way, but it was a night of triumph for the east Londoner Jeanette Kwakye. She was sixth in a personal best of 11.14 after becoming the first British woman to reach the Olympic 100m final since Heather Oakes in 1984. “That was just amazing,” said Kwakye, 25, who lives in Chingford. “It goes to show when it matters I can really do it and to be part of a race that included an unprecedented 1-2-3 for Jamaica was fantastic. The London Olympics are just on my doorstep, I drive past the Olympic sites every day on my way to training and to do well there is something I just can’t comprehend.”Christine Ohuruogu, the world champion, reached tomorrow’s 400m final and her performances this weekend have impressed Sanya Richards, the American who is the favourite for gold. After Richards won her semi-final in 49.90, she said: “The final is going to be tough. Christine looked great in the first round.” Ohuruogu won her semi in 50.14 and said: “I am fine. It’s all going to plan.”But she will not be joined by her fellow Briton Nicola Sanders, who took silver behind Ohuruogu in Osaka last summer. She finished fourth in her semi-final in 50.71, just missing out on one of the two places for fastest losers. “I gave it all I had but I just didn’t have enough left at the end,” she said. Andy Baddeley reached the 1500m final with another controlled performance, biding his time before making his move. In the build-up, Steve Ovett said Baddeley is capable of winning gold and he progressed by finishing third in his race in 3:37:47 – the same time as France’s double European champion Mehdi Baala. “I’ll have a good go whatever happens in the final,” said Baddeley. “It’s bloody hard work but that’s what it’s about, that’s why I have been training so hard.” Germaine Mason, Martyn Bernard and Tom Parsons of Team GB reached the high jump finals while Ethiopia’s Kenenisa Bekele retained the 10,000m title, sprinting away to triumph in an Olympic record of 27:01:17. His team-mate Haile Gebrselassie, 35, the double Olympic champion at this distance, was sixth in 27:06.68. Russia’s Gulnara Galkina-Samitova improved her world record in the 3,000m steeplechase by winning in 8:58.81. Reuse this contentlast_img read more