BELLAMY: CLUB CAREER IN SUMMARY

Welshman Craig Bellamy played as a forward for the entire duration of his professional football career. His last major engagement in football was as the u-21 coach at Anderlecht in Belgium. Craig Bellamy was born in the Welsh capital of Cardiff and he started his professional career at Norwich City.

BELLAMY: COVENTRY CITY CAREER EXAMINED

Welshman Craig Bellamy didn't want to join Coventry City when he did in August 2000, but he had no choice after Newcastle United stalled on making a bid for him. Coventry City offered a club-record £6m bid for Craig Bellamy and it was accepted by Norwich City.

MIDDLESBROUGH: CONNOLLY DRAWS BELLAMY COMPARISON

Brighton and Hove Albion loanee Aaron Connolly has drawn comparison with Welshman Craig Bellamy due to his style of play. Connolly is on loan at English Championship club Middlesbrough from Brighton in the Premier League and he has been compared to Craig Bellamy by his manager at Middlesbrough. According to Wilder, Brighton loanee Connolly reminds him of former Manchester City, Newcastle United and Cardiff City forward Craig Bellamy.

BELLAMY REVEALS HOW HE ANSWERED CRITICS

Craig Bellamy has narrated how he used the criticisms toward him as fuel to become a better player. According to the Welshman, critics helped him toreach the peak of his Newcastle United career. Craig Bellamy became a Newcastle United player when he joined the Magpies from Coventry City in 2001. He signed for the Magpies shortly after the Sky Blues suffered relegation from the Premier League at the end of the 2000/01 season.

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New Newcastle United right-back Kieran Trippier is hoping to draw inspiration from Craig Bellamy as the Northeast club bids to survive a keenly contested relegation battle at the end of this season's Premier League campaign.

Ex-Tottenham Hotspur and Atletico Madrid star Trippierspoke in glowing terms about Craig Bellamy who played for clubs such as Manchester City, Celtic, Cardiff City, Liverpool and Newcastle United during his professional football career. The Welshman was a topic of discussion forTrippier when he was interviewed by Newcastle United legend Alan Shearer for English publication The Athletic. Incidentally, Shearer and Bellamy were teammates for several years at Newcastle United.

HOW BELLAMY MET HIS MATCH REVEALED

Ex-Newcastle United, Real Madrid and Leeds United defender Jonathan Woodgate has revealed how Craig Bellamy met his match when he blamed his manager for the 6-2 home defeat to Manchester United in a Premier League game in 2003. Craig Bellamy received a perfect response to his claim from then Newcastle United manager late Sir Bobby Robson during a heated training ground inquest on the back of the disappointing defeat to the Red Devils.

BELLAMY, MOST DIFFICULT PLAYER TO REF

Craig Bellamy has been mentioned as the most difficult player to ref on the Premier League scene. Michael Oliver is undoubtedly one of the best Premier League refereesat the moment and he sat down with English publication The Athletic recently to talk about his time as a Premier League referee. Michael Oliver revealed that hefound the task of keeping Craig Bellamy in check quite challenging.

Welsh international Craig Bellamy was one of the most controversial players during his time in the Premier League. He had spells at Newcastle Unitedand Manchester City in addition to two separate spells for Liverpool.

BELLAMY IN RUNNING FOR CARDIFF JOB

Ex-Welsh national team star Craig Bellamy is one of the many names being linked with the vacant managerial job at Cardiff City in the English Championship. Apart from Craig Bellamy, Welsh national team manager Rob Page, Michael Flynn and ex-Sheffield United manager Chris Wilder have all been linked with the Cardiff City job.

CARRAGHER REVEALS FUNNIEST PLAYER AT LIVERPOOL

Jamie Carragher has revealed that Welshman Craig Bellamy was the funniest player he's ever seen in the dressing room. Both Jamie Carragher and Craig Bellamy played together at Liverpool.
Carragher was asked about the funniest player he has ever played with by compatriot Gary Neville while answering 23 quick-fire questions on the Overlap YouTube channel with Sky Sports.

BELLAMY: WELSH NATIONAL TEAM CAREER REVEALED

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Craig Bellamy played for the Wales u-18 and u-21 teams before he was elevated to the senior team setup. He scored six goals in nine games for the u-18s before netting once in eight games for the u-21s between 1997 and 1998. Craig Bellamy was with the Wales u-18s between 1995 and 1998.

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