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Wayne Campbell, Richmond Midfielder
Cold Sore Sore Campbell tightens up - Sat 30/7, 8:35PM
NEWS: Wayne Campbell was taken off the ground for precautionary reasons during round 16 against St Kilda due to what coach Terry Wallace said after the game was a risk of him getting injured due to him "tightening up". Campbell had eight disposals and gave away three free kicks. ANALYSIS: Campbell has been in scintillating form for the last two weeks and some fantasy coaches might have taken a punt on him, but if so then they have been badly let down.
 
Wayne Campbell, Richmond Midfielder
Hot Campbell slots in for Tigers - Thu 21/7, 11:30PM
NEWS: Wayne Campbell gave his opponent Dean Solomon the runaround in a 15-possession first half in the round 15 win over the Bombers. The Tigers' former captain finished with 25 touches, six marks and two goals. ANALYSIS: Campbell has found a new niche in the Tigers midfield, and on the odd game this year he has broken loose with some big numbers. He is not quite consistent enough to warrant playing every week, but is a good option to have on your bench to exploit favourable matchups like this one.
 
Wayne Campbell, Richmond Midfielder
Campbell boots two - Thu 23/6, 11:00PM
NEWS: Coming off the bench in round 11 against West Coast, Wayne Campbell kicked two goals in the Tigers' third-quarter revival. He finished with 13 disposals and five marks. ANALYSIS: Campbell is not getting enough game time any more to warrant serious fantasy consideration, but he is going to bob up every now and again to remind us how good he was.
 
Wayne Campbell, Richmond Midfielder
Hot Campbell rallies for Tigers - Thu 19/5, 10:00PM
NEWS: Wayne Campbell showed that he still has some good days left in him with a performance in round 7 against Carlton that brought back memories of his best form. 26 possessions, seven marks, four tackles and two goals represented his best game of the year. ANALYSIS: This was long overdue for Campbell, especially given that he had a shocker the week before even while the Tigers ran riot over the Power. However, few fantasy coaches would have taken the chance on his fitness to capitalise on his good day.