The Football Association of Wales wants Craig Bellamy as their next coach
With Chris Coleman’s current contract due to expire this summer, the Football Association of Wales is currently working on his replacement.
There is still talks going on with Coleman about a new contract, but the Association is also working on alternatives in case the current coach does not want to renew his contract.
Not everyone is impressed with the performance of Kevin Proctor. While some fans and players are impressed with his performance, on the other end of the spectrum, manager Craig Bellamy definitely isn’t.
The Melbourne Storm boss definitely isn’t impressed with this latest injury and he believes that Kevin Proctor must prove his level of fitness. This comes as the Storm went to head to head with the Newcastle Knights on Saturday, and Bellamy shared his concerns with some of the form recently and his selection headaches.
Chris Coleman doesn’t think that there is any question of his team suffering because of him not having had an agreement yet with the association regarding getting his contract extended.
Some of the people feel that entering the Euros with no guarantees of the future might distract Coleman a little bit, but, according to the 45-year old former defender, if he agrees to a new deal or not, it has got nothing to do with his Euro preparations.
Cardiff City legend Craig Bellamy claims that he was offered the opportunity to manage the club a few years ago, but he turned down the opportunity since he felt that the club needed a much better manager than him.
The former Liverpool and Manchester City striker revealed that Cardiff approached him when they were just back in the Championship. Owner Vincent Tan was very keen on reviving the Premier League dream of the club. Bellamy would have commanded instant respect upon arriving as the manager, but he felt that the lack of experience made him an unwise choice at that time.
Former Liverpool striker Craig Bellamy has revealed that he has always had the desire to become the manager of Cardiff City, where he is adored as one of their own.
Bellamy recently retired from football after a stellar career that saw him represent top teams like Manchester City and Liverpool. He may have been less successful in terms of trophies, but the former Welsh striker remains a fan favourite at Cardiff City. He retired from football while playing for the Championship club. Even though he has since been involved in several aspects of the game like punditry, Bellamy says that his ultimate ambition is to manage Cardiff.
Liverpool once again failed to take their chances, as the wait for the first victory continues for new manager Jurgen Klopp. The club could only manage a 1-1 draw against Southampton at Anfield.Klopp came to Liverpool amidst a lot of hype that he could build on the success of Brendan Rodgers.
The Northern Irishman turned out into a one season wonder for the club. Apart from coming very close to winning the title a couple of seasons ago, Liverpool have been extremely sluggish under Rodgers.Klopp was expected to take the club to the next level, but he has made a mediocre start by drawing his first three games.
Former Liverpool striker Craig Bellamy is of the opinion that the Reds will struggle to finish in the top four once again. Manager Brendan Rodgers overcame several question marks about his future to sustain in his role.
However, there has been numerous changes at Anfield in terms of the coaching personnel and players. The arrival of players like Christian Benteke has brought a lot of positivity surrounding the club, but it has vanished after a mediocre start once again. Liverpool huffed and puffed to get a 1-0 win over newly promoted Bournemouth in the opening game of the season.
Former Cardiff City striker Jay Bothroyd says that the club should consider bringing back their legend Craig Bellamy as a manager to replace Russell Slade.
The latter has received intense criticism after a very poor campaign that saw the club finished only 11th in the Championship. Cardiff were expected to challenge for promotion spots, but it went out of the window a long time before the end of the campaign. The club’s parachute payments will take a significant hit from next season onwards and Cardiff will want to return back to the top flight as soon as possible.
Former Liverpool striker Craig Bellamy has revealed that he came very close to joining Manchester United back in 2002.
The 35-year-old recently retired from football after a stellar career that saw him represent clubs like Newcastle United and Liverpool. However, he would have had the ultimate glory of playing for United and winning numerous titles as Sir Alex Ferguson himself was interested in signing him. Bellamy has revealed that Ferguson approached his agent in 2002 and asked if a potential transfer to United was possible. However, Bellamy rejected the opportunity since he had to undergo any operation at that time.
Cardiff City was well on their way on defeating Charlton Athletic on March 7 as Federico Macheda had given his team a lead at the 56th minute with a close range right-footed shot which turned the scoreboard 1-0.
It seemed like Cardiff City had the game under their control as they had the upper hand in possession and launched over 15 shots at their opponents which is significantly higher than what Charlton Athletic was able to do as they only fired a total of 4 shots throughout the entire match but somehow it was still enough as it was Charlton which came out with the victory.