Welshman Craig Bellamy was a fiery character during his career as a professional footballer. The 41-year-old was one of the players who managed to get on the skin of his opponents throughout his career that took him to nine clubs and eleven different spells.

Craig Bellamy spent more than one period at just two clubs Welsh team Cardiff City and Liverpool. His first spell at Liverpool was between 2006 and 2007, while his second Reds spell was between 2011 and 2012. Craig Bellamy spent two permanent spells at Liverpool only, while one of his two spells at Cardiff City was a loan deal from Manchester City between 2010 and 2011.


Craig Bellamy, Storm super coach, has denied that he is one of the greatest league coaches of all time, despite having a third premiership and a fifth grand win.

Bellamy is seen as many to be up with Jack Gibson as one of the rugby greatest coaches, but the title doesn't sit well with him. Bellamy has said that it's a bit surreal and a little embarrassing when mentioned alongside Gibson. I wouldn't tie up the bootlaces of Gibson. I have been fortunate and have many great talents to coach, Bellamy added. Bellamy has managed the Storm to massive grand finals in 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2012, 2016, 2017, 2018, and 2020. The Storm has also won three official titles in 2012, 2017, and 2020; the 2007 and 2009 titles were taken away from them because of the salary cap scandal

Andros Townsend makes bold claim about former teammate Gareth Bale

Andros Townsend believes his former Tottenham Hotspur teammate Gareth Bale would be wishing that he was playing for Spurs at the current point of time. The Wales international has been out-of-favour under Zinedine Zidane and he was restricted to just 13 appearances in the Champions League and La Liga combined last term.

He still has two years remaining on his contract and reports claim that he could honour the remainder of the deal instead of parting ways with the club. This has already led to criticism from plenty of Los Blancos fans and Townsend, who played with Bale at Spurs, believes the forward would wish he had the freedom of playing for the north London side.

Graeme Souness Is Called Out as a Bully by Andy Cole

Graeme Souness has always been the centre of controversy throughout his career. At the recent time, he has been called by Andy Cole as a bully during his time at Blackburn Rovers. He was the coach of Blackburn Rovers from 2000 to 2004 and he led Rovers to the Premier League promotion in the year 2001. After a year later,they won the FootballLeagueCup but he was reported to Professional Footballers Association by Cole for unfair treatment.

Chris Coleman believes Aaron Ramsey would fit at Manchester United

Former Wales manager Chris Coleman believes Aaron Ramsey would have the appetite, should he leave Juventus for Manchester United during the summer transfer window. The midfielder parted ways with Arsenal after 11 seasons to join Juventus on a free transfer last summer and he has since managed four goals and one assist from 24 outings.


Ryan Giggs unconcerned with reduced gametime for Bale and Ramsey

Wales manager Ryan Giggs has said that he is unconcerned with the limited gametime for Gareth Bale and Aaron Ramsey at the club level. The attacking duo have been sidelined with a couple of minor injuries during the course of the current campaign and they have recently found themselves on the bench for their respective clubs.

Zidane refuses to criticise Gareth Bale for recent Wales action

Real Madrid manager Zinedine Zidane has stated that Gareth Bale is an important player for Los Blancos and he is not concerned by what happens outside of the club. The Wales international recently helped his nation to qualify for Euro 2020 and during the celebrations, he happened to mock his club with a flag bearing ‘Wales. Golf. Real Madrid - In that order’.

As a result, there have been calls from numerous Los Blancos fans to sanction his departure but Zidane has stated that he won’t interfere into matters which happen away from the club’s surroundings, he told: “I am not going to answer that. If you look at what he has done for this club and those who really support the club, and those who come to the stadium, they know he is a Real Madrid player. You shouldn’t look at what goes on elsewhere. They have to support the team, the players, they have to get behind the side. And I will always support my players. Things might go on outside of the Real Madrid environment. But here, we are in this together.”

Ryan Giggs heaps praise on Arsenal star after draw against Manchester United

Manchester United legend Ryan Giggs has heaped praise on the finishing from Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang during Arsenal’s 1-1 draw against the Red Devils at Old Trafford. The Gunners came up with a defensive formation for the game and Aubameyang was left a frustrated figure upfront for vast stages of the opening half.

Lawrenson urges Jurgen Klopp to sign Gareth Bale from Real Madrid

Liverpool legend Mark Lawrenson has urged Reds boss Jurgen Klopp to consider a move for Gareth Bale during this summer’s transfer window. The Wales international has been deemed surplus to requirements under the guidance of Zinedine Zidane at Real Madrid, but so far, he has remained in the club’s ranks with no suitable offers.

Ryan Giggs insists he is still learning as the Wales head coach

Wales manager Ryan Giggs has said that he is still learning the art of management despite coaching the nation for the past 16 months. The Manchester United legend has not enjoyed the best of fortunes since taking over the Wales job, but he remains optimistic that he can learn from the mistakes and become a better head coach.

Speaking to BBC Sport, Giggs said that he is still learning through the head coach role and has yet to find the right balance for the team, he told the publication: “I am learning. I'm still a relatively young coach. When there is such a short turnaround you have to decide whether you should pick players who should definitely be in the team or the ones who are playing. It's a definite factor for us that, for players who aren't playing regularly, two games in three days is very difficult - especially against top opposition. I'm still juggling with getting that balance right and you're not always going to be able to do that.”