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Dick Campbell has been sacked as Forfar Athletic manager after seven years in charge of the Angus club. The decision came after a home defeat by his old club, Cowdenbeath, left them third bottom in League One, with four wins from 17 league games. Earlier this season, Campbell was awarded the League One manager of the month award for August after three wins and a draw put them top of the table. The year-old led Forfar to promotion from the old Third Division in His twin brother, Ian, who had been his assistant, took charge temporarily while Campbell battled against kidney cancer in
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Dick Campbell (footballer, born 1953)
Dick Campbell: Forfar sack boss after seven years in charge - BBC Sport
The Loons, who lost at home to Cowdenbeath yesterday to continue a horror run in League One which has not seen them win a league game in three months, announced the decision to bring an end to Campbell's reign in a statement on their Facebook page which read:. By Record Sport Online. Get the latest news from Record Sport with our daily newsletter Invalid Email Something went wrong, please try again later. Subscribe We use your sign-up to provide content in ways you've consented to and to improve our understanding of you. This may include adverts from us and 3rd parties based on our understanding. You can unsubscribe at any time.
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Dick took over, initially as caretaker, and guided the Pars to a run of just one league defeat in six matches, and that was against Rangers. When Andy Dickson left Dunfermline in and stated that the one sure way of disassociating oneself from a football club is by becoming its manager, he was expressing a sentiment that Dick Campbell would become all too familiar with almost forty years later. A versatile defender, Dick made 21 appearances for the Pars but a disastrous second half of the season saw their hopes turn to dust.
The Red Litchties manager has spent thirty years at the sharp end but reckons experience has made him a better boss than ever. He leans forward in his chair, deliberately moving his coffee cup like Kasparov pushing a knight into checkmate, and plants his elbows on the mahogany table. God bless Campbell, the best Scottish manager operating outwith the top flight of our game and maybe, just maybe, the best Scottish manager operating in all four divisions. His CV is such that even Scotland boss Steve Clarke apologised in his acceptance speech earlier this year for being named Manager of the Season ahead of him. Little wonder — Campbell had just led part-time Arbroath to their second successive promotion, the second time he had achieved such a feat in his career he also did it with Brechin and only a play-off defeat denied him at Forfar.