The tragic death of Neil Campbell, who was a Middlesbrough-born footballer who played for several English teams, including Southend United and Doncaster Rovers, has hit has world so hard.
The striker Neil Campbell death has left his current club, Barrow AFC,’ shocked and saddened.’
Neil had scored 27 goals in 76 appearances for The Bluebirds since joining in 2003.
Neil Campbell’s death news came out on the official page of BARROW AFC but his cause of death remains a mystery.
The Barrow AFC club posted a tribute saying, “His most renowned goal for Barrow spun out to be the difference in the UniBond Presidents Cup Final at Workington in April 2004,”.
Little about the striker is known, as he has kept his life private, may his soul rest in peace.
His stint at Barrow A.F.C. was amazing as while there he scored a whopping 34 goals in just 54 appearances.
Neil Campbell died at the age of 45, according to the data listed on his Wikipedia page.
Throughout his career, Neil was a member of several teams. To be more specific, he played for nine clubs, appearing in 245 games and scoring over 50 goals.
Neil had won Lancashire FA Challenge Trophy for Leigh Genesis F.C., formerly Horwich Railway Mechanics Institute F.C. Horwich RMI, in 2002-03.