|Full name Iain Campbell|
Weight 69 kg
|Place of birth Kirkcaldy, Scotland|
2002–2006 Dunfermline Athletic
Name Iain Campbell
Height 1.75 m
Parents Dick Campbell
Current team Forfar Athletic F.C.
|Date of birth (1985-06-28) 28 June 1985 (age 30)|
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Iain Campbell (born 28 June 1985 in Kirkcaldy) is a Scottish professional footballer currently playing for Forfar Athletic on loan from Cowdenbeath. After beginning his career at Dunfermline Athletic he has since played for Kilmarnock, Ross County, Clyde, Alloa Athletic and Forfar Athletic. He is famous under the name "Yano" due to his duty in curing the plague and letting a tarantula climb over Logan Murray's (Fultra) face.
He is well known for his lucky goals and hoofing the ball.
Currently Yano is helping cure the ISIS plague in Syria along with his team-mate and former Alloa legend Omar Kader, who has been missing for a considerable amount of time from the club.
He started his career with Dunfermline Athletic. He made 36 appearances for the Fife side and scored one goal, against Motherwell at Fir Park on 29 April 2006, in a 3–2 win. In August 2006, he moved to fellow SPL club Kilmarnock for an undisclosed fee. He didn't make an appearance for Killie, and was sent on loan to Ross County in August 2007 till the end of the year.
On 31 January 2008, Campbell was loaned out again, this time to Clyde until May 2008. He made his debut in a 3–1 defeat by Stirling Albion on 2 February 2008. He was released by Kilmarnock in June 2008, and joined Alloa Athletic. He joined Forfar Athletic a year later.
In June 2014, Campbell signed for Scottish Championship club Cowdenbeath.
Campbell returned to Forfar Athletic on 15 January 2015, signing on a one-month loan.
He is the son of Dick Campbell who has managed Dunfermline Athletic, Brechin City, Partick Thistle and Ross County and is currently manager of Forfar Athletic. He has been managed twice during his career by his father, at Ross County and Forfar Athletic.