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Just Give Me A Chance - Bellamy

Just Give Me A Chance - Bellamy

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Manchester City's £14million signing, Craig Bellamy holds his hands up at Tuesday's press conference and says, 'Just give me a chance.'

The 29-year-old Welshman is expected to be in Wednesday night's starting 11 against Newcastle United.

Video clip courtesy of Channel M



Bellamy's Playing career

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Craig BellamyAppGoals
West Ham United (2007/09)217
Liverpool (2006/07)277
Blackburn Rovers (2005/06)2713
Celtic (loan - 2005)127
Newcastle United (2001/05)9328
Coventry City (2000/01)346
Norwich City (1996/00)8432
Wales (1998/?)5416


Will Bellamy be successful at City? Let us know what you think by adding your comments directly below this article, or by visiting our forums.



Writer:Tudor
Date:Tuesday January 27 2009
Time: 8:35PM

Comments

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"Don't Google Me!" Classic!
Johnny Baguette
27/01/2009 21:43:00
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Before Kakagate everyone hated the idea of Bellamy playing in a blue shirt. After all the crap that has come our way, I think the majority of City fans are closing ranks and prepared to give Bellamy the benefit of the doubt. If he can bag a few goals and show some fight for the City cause he'll have no problems being accepted as one of us. Let's hope he gets introduced to Joey Barton on Wednesday....
fifthcolumnblue
27/01/2009 21:54:00
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visions of Bellamy with a golf club and Barton with a big cigar at ten paces.....
lincolnblue
28/01/2009 09:50:00
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