Hartlepool united man resigns for club

Hartlepool United have announced Adam Campbell as their fourth summer signing.

The striker arrives from Crawley Town after his contract there ended.

Campbell played a crucial role in Crawley’s promotion to Sky Bet League One through the play-offs last season, featuring in 45 league matches and scoring seven goals.

Originally from North Shields, Campbell began his career at Newcastle United and made three Premier League appearances for the Magpies during the 2012/13 season.

The 29-year-old previously had a loan stint at Hartlepool from Newcastle two years later, and later played for clubs such as Darlington and Gateshead, achieving the National League North title with the latter in 2022.


Campbell expressed his enthusiasm on the official club website:


“I’m thrilled to be here. I already know some of the players and staff, and after meeting the manager, I’m eager to get started.


“I perform at my best when I’m happy and settled, so returning home played a significant role in my decision to move.


“However, I wouldn’t have come here if the club’s ambition didn’t match mine – I’m determined to contribute to getting this club back into the Football League.”

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