According to the news, famous Scottish football coach Stevie Campbell passed away. There has not been any solid confirmation on this news, but this is a very strong rumor that is true.
Stevie Campbell Death, Obituary, Cause of Death
Stevie Campbell was a Scottish football coach and the assistant manager of Bretchen City. Stevie made his debut in 1985 when he started to play for the club Dundee and has played more than 100 matches for the League. He was born on the 20th of November, 1967, in Dundee, Scotland, and was 54 years of age.
Campbell has played for the Dundee club and Livingston while he was in Scotland. For a short period in Ireland, he played for Coleraine too. His fame was such that he served as the youth manager for two clubs, namely his home club Dundee and then the Inverness Caledonian Thistle. In 2006 then, he was named as the first Under 19 manager.
He played in 1987 Under 19 FIFA World Cup, where he made his team reach the quarter-finals.
Campbell took his retirement from play in 2015 and entered the coaching era. He is said to be a very passionate and good coach who teaches the real values of the game to his students. According to some reports, Stevie Campbell has passed away recently, but there are no official sources for this news yet. He was 54 years old, and this news left his family in deep shock.
His students can’t stand that their beloved teacher and coach are no longer with them. Campbell had never shared anything about his family. So, we don’t have any substantial information about his personal life.