From FOXSportsworld.com: “There was consolation, however, for those who had bet money that Campbell would score.
The William Hill betting agency will pay up for those who bet on Campbell to score at 8-1 and those who took 33-1 odds on him scoring the last goal of the match – which it almost certainly would have been if allowed.
‘Like virtually every England fan and neutral observer we were convinced that Campbell’s goal was perfectly legitimate,’ spokesman Graham Sharpe said. ‘So we have decided to make our feelings public by paying out.’ ”
Probably good business too.