Sunday, January 27, 2013
STARS ENGLAND SOL CAMPBELL Portrait Drawing Soccer Football Khaled3Ken Gallery
Sulzeer Jeremiah "Sol" Campbell (born 18 September 1974) is a retired Englishfootballer. A central defender, Campbell has played for Tottenham Hotspur, Arsenal,Portsmouth, Notts County and Newcastle United, as well as the English national team.
Campbell was born in Plaistow, Newham, London, to Jamaican parents Sewell and Wihelmina. He was the youngest of twelve children, nine of whom were boys. His father Sewell was a railway worker and his mother Wihelmina was a Ford factory worker. Despite growing up in a rough neighbourhood, Campbell veered away from a life of crime due to his strict parents.
"I became a recluse within my own house. I became insular because at home there was no space to grow or to evolve, everything was tight and there was no room to breathe. People don't realise how that affects you as a kid. I wasn't allowed to speak, so my expression was football."
Campbell attended the Portway Primary School in Stratford, London and had secondary education at Lister Community School in Plaistow, London. He was a prodigious schoolboy talent and was part-educated at the FA's School of Excellence at Lilleshall, where he met table tennis player and later football agent Sky Andrew. Campbell signed for Tottenham Hotspur after a short spell with West Ham United, beginning his career as a striker
After a great first season at Pompey, ahead of England's friendly with Germany, after injuries to Ledley King, Jonathan Woodgate andMichael Dawson along with Jamie Carragher retiring from international football, Campbell was recalled to the national team a year after being dropped by head coach Steve McClaren. However, an injury forced him to pull out of the squad for the fixture.
McClaren recalled a fit Campbell for England's Euro 2008 qualifiers against Estonia and Russia in October 2007. This time, Campbell was selected for the game and won his 70th cap after Terry suffered a knee injury in training. Campbell played three more times under McClaren as England's qualification campaign failed and the coach was dismissed.
New coach Fabio Capello did not select Campbell for his first squad in January 2008. Campbell enjoyed a fine run of form on his return to Arsenal and had retained hope of making it to England's squad for the 2010 World Cup, which would have been his fourth outing on the world stage along with a record seventh major tournament for his country. However, he was not named in Capello's 30-man preliminary squad, with the coach opting instead for Jamie Carragher and Ledley King among others as potential defensive cover for Rio Ferdinand and John Terry.
Portrait Drawing Football Star Soccer Player
تعليم رسم البورتريه مشاهير العالم كرة القدم الرسام خالد عبد الكريم
Egypt / Alexandria
Artist Khaled abd El-Karin
Artist Ken Maadi/Bernd Hossmann
Language - English and German
Language - Arabic