As Martin Belam commented on Twitter:
The article repeated the headline, but included a bullet point sub-head containing a snippet of extra information:
'A broken leg' - and from the way the Mail website has presented the story, it appears to be pointing the finger of blame at 'boy band bruiser' Campbell:
Campbell, former Director of Communications for Tony Blair between 1997 and 2003, later tried to play down the row, saying it was ‘all a bit handbags’.
But Parker was later stretchered off the pitch with a suspected broken leg.
Ah - so the 'broken leg' becomes a 'suspected broken leg' further down the article.
And, according to Campbell, he wasn't even playing in the match in which Parker was injured:
What The Mail has managed to do in that lovely way it has is link this skirmish with a later incident when Tom was carried off on a stretcher. I would just like to point out that this happened in a subsequent match, in which I was not involved.
But what does Parker have to say about his 'broken leg'?
'A twisted knee'. So not a broken leg at all.
So to those fans of The Wanted protesting on twitter that I broke his leg – I didn’t, and I was also pleased to learn as we left the stadium that the injury was not as serious as first thought, so nobody did.
Where would those fans of The Wanted got the idea that Campbell had broken Parker's leg?
The Mail's article first appeared at 5:45pm under the Daily Mail Reporter's byline. It included many grammatical errors ('firsts flying') as well as the factual one about the state of Parker's leg. A re-write at 2:20am by Chris Brooke corrected some of them, but several - including the reference to the 'broken leg' - remain.