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DJ Campbell doesn’t want another loan move

17:11 22 November 2012

DJ Campbell celebrates his winner against Burnley

DJ Campbell celebrates his winner against Burnley

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QPR striker DJ Campbell would be unwilling to extend his loan at Ipswich Town beyond January – but would be open to a permanent move to Portman Road.

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The 31-year-old – who has scored four goals in eight games since joining Town on a three-month loan in October – said: “I wouldn’t extend the loan, but I would look at a permanent move.

“It’s definitely something I would look at in January. We’ll see what happens. I haven’t quite made my mind up over what I want to do yet.”

Campbell – who had the option to re-join former club Blackpool on loan – said: “I’ve always stuck by my choice to come here. The players I spoke to who used to play here gave a good account of the club.

“My decision to come here was spot on. We’ll look at things in January and see what happens regarding Ipswich and QPR.”

Campbell added: “I’ve loved my time here. The fans have been good to me. We’ve got a great bunch of players and a great gaffer in Mick McCarthy.

“Him and Terry Connor (assistant manager) have been great since they’ve come.”

– See tomorrow’s EADT for full interview.

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3 comments

  • To be fair to him, he has played his heart out in a bad side that gives him little if any service, and he wants a full time contract. Good luck to him. If he gets one at Ipswich, it will be in Div 1, sadly.

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    Tom

    Thursday, November 22, 2012

  • HE SOUNDS AND FEEL LIKE WHAT TOWN NEEDS NOW...... HOPE HE SIGN'S FOR US...... GOOD LUCK ON SAT C.O.Y.B.."

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    User Removed

    Friday, November 23, 2012

  • He's putting himself in the shop window with this loan and nothing else. For the money he will ask for we could get a younger up and coming striker with some pace.

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    redhotitfc

    Thursday, November 22, 2012

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