LITESPORT FORMER Arsenal captain Sol Campbell could be back playing for the Gunners before the end of the year. Campbell, 35, intends initially just to train with his old club after his shock departure from Notts County. He had signed a five-year deal at Meadow Lane but played only one game for the League Two club. Campbell, pictured at last nights NBA showdown at the O2 Arena, said: It will be great to train with Arsenal and get fit. Ive spoken to Arsene, hopefully we can get everything right and speak to the right people. But something else might happen before then. Campbell, who is still under contract with County, could have to wait until January to join a new club because he has already played for two sides in 2009. But he is confident there are ways around the restrictions. He said: I just want to play football but everything has to be done in the proper way. There are ways of playing before January; Im not going to elaborate, but there are ways. Not very soon, but there are ways. First of all, Ive got to get out of the (County) contract, people have to sign papers. There are lots of things that have to be tied up but I think everyone understands why. 46 Wednesday, 7 October 2009 London Lite Captain Terry is after the ultimate double BY NEAL COLLINS MysteriousCampbellclaims:ImayhaveaSolution Tall story: Sol Campbell and Luol Deng last night Inbrief Club investor: Its Notts me THE mystery over who owns Notts County has deepened after Anwar Shafi said he has nothing to do with the football club. A press release on Countys official website attributed comments to an Anwar Shafi confirming the significant holding of the Shafi and Hyat families in the Qadbak investment trust that owns the club, but Shafi said: Its not me. I have no investment of any sort in Qadbak. I have no role in the club. The end looks in sight for Diego DIEGO MARADONA could quit as Argentina coach next week unless certain terms are met. Argentina play their final two World Cup qualifiers in the next week, against Peru and Uruguay, with their place in South Africa very much in the balance. Things happened that I didnt like and I will speak about them later, said Maradona. If I continue it will be under my conditions. A Mars FA helps you work, rest... THE FA have announced a five- year sponsorship deal with Mars. The confectionary giant will be an official supplier to England until July 2010 then become a supporter of the team. They will also help drive the FAs Get into Football campaign by focusing on recruiting male footballers over 18. The FAs Sir Trevor Brooking said: We are looking forward to a successful long-term partnership with Mars. Mittal tops the rich list league QPR shareholder and London steel magnate Lakshmi Mittal is the richest man in British football, worth an estimated 18.4bn. He tops Manchester Citys Sheikh Mansour bin Zayed al Nahyan (17bn), QPRs Bernie Ecclestone (1.4bn), Chelseas Roman Abramovich (7.8bn), Arsenals Stan Kroenke (2.7bn) and Alisher Usmanov (1.3bn) and Manchester Uniteds Glazer family (1.75bn) according to FourFourTwo.com Carlos: Ill play at Real for free ROBERTO CARLOS is keen to return to his former club Real Madrid and is prepared to play for free. Carlos, who played 475 times for Real between 1996 and 2007 and scored 62 goals, told Spains As newspaper he had decided to leave his Turkish club Fenerbahce in December. I would be prepared to play six months in Madrid without pay, the 36-year-old said. JOHN TERRY has set his sights on the ultimate double of winning the Cham- pions League AND the World Cup. The England and Chelsea captain said today: To end my career without either of those things is unthinkable. Terry, 28, heads into the penultimate World Cup qualifier in Ukraine on Sat- urdayknowingFabioCapellossidehave already qualified for South Africa next summer while two wins out of two in thegroupstagehasgivenCarloAncelot- tis Blues a perfect start to their Cham- pions League campaign. It all points towards a career-defining season for Terry, who was shattered by EnglandsfailuretoreachEuro2008and his penalty miss in the Champions League final in Moscow the same year. This is my biggest season ahead of meanditsimportanttostayfitandkeep playingwell for Chelsea,Terry told the Daily Express. And when the England games come up, I need to show how important I am totheteamandtothemanager,andkeep the lads moving in the right direction. Everybody knows the determination within myself to go on and win the Champions League with Chelsea, there is no bigger challenge than that. AndwiththeEnglandsituation,Iwas captain of that side and I took that per- sonally, I took a lot on my shoulders. I want to make sure that in my career I win the Champions League and go to the World Cup confident. Itwould100percentalwaysannoyme if IretiredwithoutaChampionsLeague winners medal with Chelsea or some real success with England. To end my career without either of those things is unthinkable. The Chelsea skipper admits his moti- vation levels are fuelled by past agonies, chief among which are his penalty miss against Manchester United in the 2008 Champions League final and the pain of Englands quarter-final exit against Portugal -- also on penalties -- at the 2006 World Cup. What happened in the Champions League final I have to deal with every day, Terry revealed. Whether it be five, 10, 15 or 20 times a day, I deal with it in my way and try to use it as a positive. 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