Craig Bellamy poses his concern regarding Chelsea star Eden Hazard

Sky Sports pundit Craig Bellamy has said that Eden Hazard has the tendency to show up only when he feels like doing and that could hurt the club in the long-term. The Belgium international started the campaign in fine fashion with five goals from as many matches for the Blues before they witnessed a goalless stalemate at the hands of West Ham United.

Speaking after that game, Bellamy highlighted that Hazard had the tendency to choose games where he would perform and may not turn up when he has had enough with the manager, he said: “He picks and chooses. If I was Barcelona or Real Madrid of course I’d want him but I’d be concerned about his dips in performances. Once he’s had enough of a manager, he isn’t sure whether he will turn it on.”

Craig Bellamy believes Pep Guardiola could take Riyad Mahrez to the next level

Former Manchester City striker Craig Bellamy believes Pep Guardiola could transform Riyad Mahrez into a much better player than he was at Leicester City. The Algeria international joined the Premier League champions for a club-record £60m fee last month and he has since shown glimpses of his old self in pre-season.

Speaking to Star Sports, Bellamy hailed Mahrez as a ‘top player’ and he is intrigued to see how he develops under the tutelage of Guardiola, he said: “He’s been a top player, he’s done a great job at Leicester. It’s a great time for him to move on. He’s just another option. I know it’s difficult obviously because of the money that they’ve spent but it was going to take that type of money to get him out of there. I’m interested to see how he improves Mahrez. The best thing with Guardiola, he improves players, he makes them better.”

Craig Bellamy provides transfer advice for Liverpool

Former Liverpool striker Craig Bellamy believes the Reds should pursue one or two signings during the summer transfer window in order to compete with Manchester City for the Premier League title next season. The Reds finished 25 points off the Premier League holders last season but Bellamy is still giving them a chance of winning the English crown with a couple of shrewd signings this summer.

Speaking on Sky Sports, Bellamy said: “You have to be optimistic about Liverpool next year. They have one or two players coming in. They need one or two players more. There is every chance they can compete with Man City. They have the firepower. They have the manager in Jurgen Klopp. They are a serious threat.”
Liverpool did not fare well against the top-six teams on the road last season but their overall performance against Manchester City was impressive to say the least. The Reds encountered the Citizens on four occasions in all competitions last term and out of those, they managed to outclass Pep Guardiola’s side on three occasions with top-notch performances throughout the team.

Craig Bellamy Expresses Anthony Martial’s Frustration

Sky Sports pundit Craig Bellamy has revealed that Anthony Martial has been frustrating to the neutral point of view during the second half of the campaign. The France international has had a strong campaign for United with 21 goals and assists across all competitions, but his form has nosedived since Alexis Sanchez’s arrival during the winter transfer window.

Craig Bellamy Believes Arsene Wenger Should Walk Away

Sky Sports pundit Craig Bellamy believes Arsene Wenger should consider his Gunners position at the end of the season as his reputation is down the line. The Frenchman has struggled to find any motivation in his players over the past few months, and this has seen their season disintegrate with disappointments in the FA Cup, League Cup as well as the Premier League.

Brendan Rodgers hails Celtic players after Partick win

Celtic head coach Brendan Rodgers has praised the efforts of his players after their 2-0 triumph over Partick Thistle in the Scottish Premiership. The reigning champions suffered a shock 4-0 defeat at the hands of Hearts in the previous outing, and this saw their 69-match unbeaten run come to an end.

BELLAMY CAN'T BELIEVE LIVERPOOL SOLD COUTINHO

Philippe Coutinho had long been linked with a transfer to the Spanish side, Barcelona, with the Camp Nou dwellers already having bids rejected in the Summer Transfer Window, the last of which was 90million pounds.

Barcelona were urgently seeking a replacement for the recently sold Neymar Jr, who moved to Paris Saint-Germain for a world-record fee of 198 million pounds.

Bellamy thinks Eriksen is destined for Spanish giants

Former Welsh striker Craig Bellamy has been lavishing the plaudits on Tottenham midfielder Christian Eriksen and believes it is only a matter of time before the playmaker leaves the UK shores for either Barcelona or Real Madrid.

The Danish maestro has been in fantastic form for Spurs this season and they have surged into the top three in the Premier League.

Chelsea will blow Arsenal out of the water - Craig Bellamy

Former Premier League star Craig Bellamy believes Chelsea will put in a dominant performance against Arsenal in the London derby this weekend.


The Blues have won their last three league games, and this has seen them jump to third place with nine points. On the other hand, Arsenal have been slow movers in the Premier League as always, and they are currently 11th in the standings with just six points.

Speaking on Sky Sports, Bellamy, who has previously featured for the likes of Manchester City and Liverpool, feels that the Blues will blow the Gunners out of the water on Sunday. Antonio Conte's side completed a 6-0 rout of Azerbaijani champions Qarabag in the Champions League on Tuesday night, and Bellamy expects the Gunners to have a tough trip to west London.

Craig Bellamy wants Liverpool to Enjoy Busy Transfer Window

Former Liverpool striker Craig Bellamy claims that his former club need to go through a busy transfer window in order to be competitive over the course of the season.


Bellamy has seen the club bring in the likes of Mohamed Salah and Dominic Solanke. However, the transfer activity by Liverpool has been pale in comparison with the likes of Manchester United, Chelsea, and Manchester City. As a result, the club are facing the prospect of struggling to cope with the demands of the four different competitions, according to Bellamy. During his time at Anfield, Bellamy did not enjoy the best of success.

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