Bobby Campbell, Former Liverpool Player And Chelsea Boss Dies

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Former
Chelsea manager, Bobby Campbell has died at the age of 78. Campbell, who began
his football career with Liverpool and also featured for Portsmouth and
Aldershot, managed Chelsea from 1988 to 1991.
After being
appointed towards the end of the 1987-88 season, when he was unable to avert
relegation to the second tier, he guided Chelsea back to the top flight at the
first time of asking and then secured a fifth-place finish in the First
Division. Chelsea finished 11th in his final season in charge.
Campbell
also managed Fulham in the 1970s, coaching stars including George Best and
Bobby Moore, as well as Portsmouth.

A statement
on Liverpool’s official website read: “Liverpool Football Club was
saddened to learn of the passing of former player Bobby Campbell, aged 78. May
his soul rest in peace.

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