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.
He went on to hang up his boots at Cardiff City after spending two years between 2012 and 2014 for his only permanent spell with the Bluebirds. Craig Bellamy developed a special relationship with the Liverpool fans during his two short spells at the club. Let's examine his three greatest moments at Liverpool:
1. Golf swing celebration at the Nou Camp –Craig Bellamy attempted a golf swing after he scored the equaliser for the Reds at the Nou Camp in the Champions League after Deco had given Barcelona the lead. This was amidst speculation that he had an altercation with Liverpool teammate John Arne Riise at the golf club. He provided the assist scored by Riise as Liverpool beat Barcelona 2-1 away from home in 2007. Barcelona won the second leg 1-0 two weeks later, but the Reds were able to advance to the quarterfinals via the away goals rule.
2. Re-signing for Liverpool in 2011 – It was clear that he had unfinished business at Anfield when he was sold to West Ham United in 2007 to continue his reputation as one of football's journeymen in the last two decades. He returned to Liverpool for the 2011/12 season and played a significant role for interim manager Kenny Dalglish as the Reds reached Wembley Stadium twice. He helped Liverpool win the League Cup title before they lost the FA Cup title some months later. He scored nine goals in 37 appearances in all competitions during that season.
3. League Cup semi-final 2012 – He tormented his former team, Manchester City in the double-legged League Cup semi-final during the 2011/12 season. He scored the equalizer on 74 minutes in a 2-2 draw in the second leg to take Liverpool through 3-2 on aggregate. The Reds went on to beat Cardiff City to win the title in the final.