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Sol Campbell labelled arrogant after his comments during Macclesfield press conference

Sol Campbell has been labelled arrogant and deluded by users of Twitter following his comments during a press conference at Macclesfield Town this week.

The former Arsenal and England player was appointed as the new manager of the League Two strugglers on Tuesday, replacing Mark Yates.

He is known to have made many a controversial comment in recent times, and once again something that he has said when talking to the media when being unveiled has caused a stir as well as a few laughs.

 

 
 
 
 
 
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He said: “I think I have got to take this opportunity with both hands. I’ve studied a lot, and yes this is my first full-time job – I understand that – but I have got to start somewhere. I’m honoured to be here and I will work my socks off.”

“I will bring all of my wealth of experience [to this job]. I know football inside out. I know how to manage people. I can communicate and I’ve looked at what I can do at the club. I think it’s a great place for me to start.

“I know some Macclesfield fans will probably be saying ‘what is going on here?’ But you’ve got an international footballer, who has been one of the best footballers in the world, coming to your club. I think it’s a nice mutual balance there.”

 

Following his comments during a press conference at Macclesfield Town, Sol Campbell was labelled arrogant as well as deluded by users of Twitter – take a look at what they’re saying on the next page.

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