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Player Profile: Jamal Campbell-Ryce

Player Profile: Jamal Campbell-Ryce

Name: Jamal Campbell-Ryce

Position: Midfield

Squad Number: 8

Date of Birth: 06/04/83

Height: 5'7'

Career Stats:

Charlton Athletic: 5 Apps, 0 Goals
Leyton Orient: 19 Apps, 3 Goals
Wimbledon: 4 Apps, 0 Goals
Chesterfield: 15 Apps, 0 Goals
Rotherham United: 32 Apps, 0 Goals
Southend United: 68 Apps, 2 Goals
Barnsley: 98 Apps, 13 Goals

Barnsley Career:

Jamal was signed by Simon Davey from Southend on deadline day in the summer of 2007 for an undisclosed fee.

Jamal made an instant impact after joining the Reds and made 42 apeparances in his first season, playing on either wing and terrorising defences throughout the Championship. He was part of the teams that enjoyed the brilliant F.A. Cup run of 2008 and even struck a superb winner in the fourth round at Roots Hall against his former club Southend United to set up a date with Liverpool for the Reds.

2008/09 was even better for Jamal as he made another 41 appearances, this time finishing as joint top scorer with Jon Macken on 9 goals. He narrowly missed out on the Player of the Season award, losing out to a worthy winner in Bobby Hassell.

Jamal is fast closing in on a century of appearances for the Reds, having made a total of 98, scoring thirteen goals.



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Writer:gooderzone
Date:Friday December 11 2009
Time: 12:07PM

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