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.

BELLAMY REVEALS HE ALMOST JOINED UNITED YEARS AGO

Former Cardiff United player Craig Bellamy has revealed in a recent interview that he was once told by his agent that Manchester United were interested in signing him some years ago but still can't place his fingers on why the deal did not happen. The former striker made his professional debut for Norwich City in the year 1996 before moving on to play for Cardiff City and Newcastle United later in his career before deciding to retire. The former Wales international star played as a midfielder and was a player a number of clubs chased during his playing days as he showed a lot of brilliance on the ball but he could not seal a move to a big club and he has now opened up about it.

BELLAMY REVEALS DEPRESSION BATTLE

Ex-Newcastle United, Cardiff City and Manchester City striker Craig Bellamy has revealed his battle with depression. Craig Bellamy talked about his condition in an chat with Sky Sports last year as he said that he was diagnosed with the condition in 2017 and that injuries made it worse.

Craig Bellamy stated that he has been on medication since being diagnosed with the depression condition and that he can't get away from being a man of depression. The Welsh international said that he had not spoken about his condition publicly until the interview. According to him, he had ridiculous highs and massive lows before adding that his injuries didn't help at all. Craig Bellamy felt tortured while trying to overcome his injury nightmare and that he didn’t know that his football career will turn out the way it did.

STORM STAR THINKS BELLAMY WILL BE AT THE CLUB NEXT SEASON

Melbourne Storm player Brandon Smith has revealed that he has no intention of quitting the club just yet and he also thinks that the club's manager Craig Bellamy will also continue his stay at the club next season as well. Smith says expressed that one of the reasons he can't think of leaving the club right now is because of Bellamy and he says he would love to have the coach at the club next season so he would have someone by his side.

Smith is currently contracted to the club and still has a year left on his contract which is set to expire next summer if he does not renew. He has been linked with an exit from the club because of how soon his contract will be expiring, and also since he has had to be in a tight competition for a starting role with Harry Grant on the team.

SHEARER SPEAKS ON BELLAMY PARTNERSHIP

Newcastle United legend Alan Shearer has positive things to say about his partnership with Craig Bellamy at the club despite the fact that the two didn't get along often.

In one of his recent interviews as monitored by nufc blog, Shearer disclosed that Craig Bellamy helped him get another year or two of his career. According to him, he had lost a little bit of pace and that Craig Bellamy was brilliant for him as the Welshman had a lot of pace to burn.

Shearer was certain that the pace that Craig Bellamy had helped their partnership blossom at Newcastle United. He also added that Bellamy was a bit of nuisance to defenders and that they hate to play against the retired Welsh international attacker.

WOOD FAILS TO MATCH BELLAMY RECORD

Burnley striker Chris Wood failed in his bid to match the Premier League record set by Craig Bellamy many years ago in the colours of Merseyside giants Liverpool.

Wood could have matched the record of Craig Bellamy if he had found the back of the net against Champions League chasers Leicester City when his Clarets side hosted the Foxes at Turf Moor earlier this month. Ahead of the game, Burnley had won three of their four Premier League games with former holders Leicester City.

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