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Fraizer Campbell | Forward | #9

Team: Crystal Palace
Age / DOB:  (30) / 9/13/1987
Ht / Wt:  5'8" / 183

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Alan Pardew could be forced into stepping up his search for a new striker after Fraizer Campbell limped out of the friendly win over AFC Wimbledon with a suspected hamstring strain.
Palace are short on numbers in attack after Emmanuel Adebayor and Marouane Chamakh were released at the beginning of the summer. Also, factor the loss of Dwight Gayle, who moved to Newcastle for £10m and Pardew has been left with only one fully fit striker – Connor Wickham – with a Premier League start to his name. The full extent of Campbell’s injury is not yet known, but with a little over two weeks until the season opener against West Brom, the search for a new striker looks set to intensify. Palace have been linked with Christian Benteke, while they continue to monitor the situation with Saido Berahino very closely. Fri, Jul 29, 2016 07:17:00 AM

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Alan Pardew is likely to be without strike duo Marouane Chamakh and Fraizer Campbell when Palace travel to West Ham in the early kick-off as the pair struggle to overcome hamstring injuries.

Chamakh has struggled this season with muscular issues and felt a problem in the build-up to last weekends’ clash with Arsenal while Campbell was forced off during the derby defeat to the Gunners. Although the severity of the strains are not yet known it is believed Palace are already considering options without the strikers with Dwight Gayle, Glenn Murray and Shola Ameobi all potential replacements. The Eagles will also assess the fitness of loanee Yaya Sanogo who has missed the last two weeks because of a similar thigh complaint although he was ineligible in GW26 under the terms of his loan agreement.
Thu, Feb 26, 2015 06:41:00 AM

Crystal Palace and Newcastle ended in a 1-1 draw in Alan Pardew's clash with his former team.

Newcastle took the lead through Papiss Cisse in the first half but Alan Pardew showed he knows his former side all too well and was able to inspire his current squad to an equalizer. Substitute Frazier Campbell came on and tied the match up, giving both teams a point. Neither team seems to be in danger of relegation at the moment and the draw was a fair result in what proved to be an even match. Alan Pardew has proved his worth to this Palace side as he has now won 16 points in his first seven matches.
Source: Sky Sports
Wed, Feb 11, 2015 05:20:00 PM

Fraizer Campbell picked up a knock on Boxing Day and is at risk to missing the week 19 match at QPR.

Campbell's injury isn't expected to be very serious but with only 48 hours to recover from Boxing Day, it's unlikely he is passed fit for Sunday. With Crystal Palace's manager getting sacked, Campbell is to be avoided for at least this week. Depending on the new manager and his injury/circumstance, he could become an option in later weeks. Don't drop him just yet in season-long formats. Marouane Chamakh is also injured and Palace will have to rely on Dwight Gayle to lead the line.
Sat, Dec 27, 2014 05:53:00 PM

Frazier Campbell had a golden opportunity against his former team but he panicked and his shot went high.

Crystal Palace were generally effective in frustrating Manchester United's vaunted attacking talent in their Week 11 match at Old Trafford. They could not, however, keep the Red Devils out for the entire match. A deflected shot from Juan Mata found it's way to the back of Julian Speroni's net in the 67th minute. Palace should have been up 1-0 at that point but Frazier Campbell failed to convert in alone on David De Gea from a Joel Ward pass. United took their opportunity while Palace didn't and that was the difference on the day.
Sat, Nov 8, 2014 12:09:00 PM

Frazier Campbell helps Crystal Palace improve to 2-0-2 under new boss Neil Warnock.

Second-half goals from Campbell and captain Mile Jedinak were enough for Palace to clinch all three points Saturday, as it won at home for the first time this season. It looks like Campbell has cemented himself in the starting XI for the time being. You can't expect him to produce like this week-in-week-out at this point, but it's good to see him getting goals in consecutive matches against quality opponents. Palace will play Hull on the road this week before facing off against the Premier League leaders - Chelsea - at home.
Source: Goal
Thu, Oct 2, 2014 03:09:00 AM

Cardiff City striker Fraizer Campbell has joined Crystal Palace.

Sky Sports had already reported that a fee had been agreed between Crystal Palace and Cardiff, before Premier League new-boys Leicester City tried to gazump the deal by meeting Campbell's release clause. However, talks with the Foxes collapsed and the BBC have now confirmed that a £900,000 deal taking Campbell to Selhurst Park has been completed.
Source: BBC Sport
Thu, Jul 24, 2014 12:01:00 PM

Cardiff City striker Fraizer Campbell is to have a medical at Crystal Palace later on Wednesday, according to Sky sources.

Sky had already reported that a fee had been agreed between Palace and Cardiff, before Premier League new-boys Leicester City tried to gazump the deal by meeting Campbell's release clause. However, Sky Sports claim talks with the Foxes have since collapsed, leaving the striker free to travel to London to finalise personal terms and complete a medical.
Source: Sky Sports
Wed, Jul 23, 2014 09:16:00 AM

Sky are reporting that Crystal Palace have agreed a fee for Cardiff City striker Fraizer Campbell.

Campbell did a decent job for Cardiff last season, scoring six Premier League goals, and he's now looking for a return to the top tier of English football after his club's relegation. The Eagles already have Glenn Murray, Marouane Chamakh and Dwight Gale available for the forward positions but it appears they want a fourth option after Cameron Jerome returned to Stoke after a loan spell last season. The fee agreed for Campbell is reportedly less than £1million, which represents a bit of a bargain
Source: Sky Sports
Fri, Jul 18, 2014 06:38:00 AM

Newly promoted Leicester City have reportedly triggered Frazier Campbell's release clause with an eye toward signing the Cardiff City forward.

With Cardiff City having been relegated, newly promoted clubs (and others) are sure to be picking over their roster in hopes of picking up some players on the cheap as the Wales club looks to reduce the wage bill. With a modest release clause reported to be £800,000, Campbell would be a solid acquisition as Leicester look to do what Cardiff couldn't and stay up in the Premier League.
Thu, Jun 5, 2014 05:28:00 PM

Frazier Campbell scored a late consolation goal against Manchester City as he continued his assault on Manchester teams.

Former Manchester United player Frazier Campbell continued to punish the Manchester teams with his fourth goal in three matches against City and United. The problem for Cardiff and Campbell is that he's only scored one goal (vs. Sunderland) in all of his other matches this season. Perhaps Ole Gunner Solskjaer's Man United history will convince Campbell that all of Cardiff's future matches involve a Manchester team. In other Cardiff news, new signing Magnus Wolff Eikrem had the assist on Campbell's goal after coming in as a substitute in the 78th minute.
Sat, Jan 18, 2014 12:25:00 PM

Cardiff City dropped valuable points against Crystal Palace as they creep closer toward the relegation zone after a 2-0 loss at Selhurst Park.

Frazier Campbell had a wonderful opportunity in the opening minutes for Cardiff but it was squandered and the Bluebirds would not come as close for the remainder of the match despite edging out the possession battle. Cardiff will be looking at three out of the next four and four out of the next six matches at home including West Brom, Sunderland and West Ham. There is not enough consistency in attack for any one player to emerge as an option during that stretch but they will surely try to keep their opponents out and with the Baggies visiting next, Steven Caulker could be a nice option.
Sat, Dec 7, 2013 01:02:00 PM

It was supposed to be THE mis-match of the week but Frazier Campbell had other ideas as his brace saw Cardiff shock the Premier League with a 3-2 over Manchester City.

Cardiff City looked listless last weekend in losing their first match back in the top flight in over 50 years but their first home match was something else altogether. Frazier Campbell scored with his head and his shoulder to put the Welsh side up 3-1 in the second half and they were able to hold on for a famous 3-2 win. Aron Gunnarson scored the Bluebirds' opener with help from Campbell who was the undoubted hero of the day.
Sun, Aug 25, 2013 05:42:00 PM