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.


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.


Recent reports have it that ex-Newcastle striker, Craig Bellamy is currently undergoing some financial downturns.

The Sun newspaper has authoritatively revealed that the Premier League star is now swimming in debts after the latest accounts of his four companies posted some massive losses.

CDB Developments, CD Bellamy Ltd, Digger 39 and Cardiff Bay restaurant Pier 64 are the four companies owned by the former striker who once played for Liverpool.


Reds ex-star Craig Bellamy is impressed with the qualification of Liverpool for the UEFA Champions League ahead of Arsenal this season.

He believes it is a “great achievement” despite the problems they had in defence.

The pundit and academy coach knew how things would play out as he made the comments just before Liverpool played the last game of the season. Liverpool defeated a relegated Middlesbrough side to beat Arsenal to the fourth place.


There have been calls for Peter Whittinghamto take up management in the Welsh club’s set-up.

The Bluebirds legend is set to end his long spell with the club. As he hangs up his boots, there have been calls that the player be retained to help with the academy.

Cardiff City have struggled to get top notch coaches at their academies for long. There have always been individuals helping the young talents at the academies grow but they usually lack concrete field experience or individualistic technical genius to help the rising stars develop as much.


Cardiff City legend Craig Bellamy says he has big plans for the club after he returned to take the role of Player Development Manager.

He is working with the Bluebirds Academy manager James McCarthy to help the feeder team develop.

Craig Bellamy Begins Shakeup of Cardiff Under-23 Team

Cardiff City have made it a priority to revamp the entire youth setup at the club in the hope of being self-sufficient.

The club recently brought in former star Craig Bellamy as the person in charge of the youth development. The arrival of former star, who has also played for Liverpool, Manchester City, and West Ham, has already had big implications for the youth setup at the club. A number of players aged between 19 and 23 have been allowed to leave the club on a permanent basis, while some are in discussions with interested parties in order to seek a move.