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Bellamy Could Be On The Off - Again!

Bellamy Could Be On The Off - Again!

It appears Tottenham boss Harry Redknapp is interested in signing Manchester City's well-travelled striker, Craig Bellamy.

'arry is a huge admirer of the 29-year-old Welshman and the Spuds gaffer is thought to be waiting to see whether City sign Carlos Tevez and Samuel Eto'o before making a bid.

Bellamy arrived at Eastlands on 19 January 2009 from West Ham for an undisclosed fee, however sums between £14m and £10m wouldn't be far off the mark.

Bellamy flew out to Germany with his team-mates yesterday for pre-season training.

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Writer:Tudor
Date:Wednesday July 8 2009
Time: 2:35PM

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Bellamy is going nowhere - this is a non-starter
MCFC_Goatboy
08/07/2009 14:39:00
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i hope not as i would like to see him used for cover for SWP.petrov and robinho.either that or tell arry to stump up £20m lol
Mike Hunt
08/07/2009 14:39:00
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If, and I say IF we get Tevez AND Eto'o, surely that would mean Bellamy slips down the pecking order - big time?
Tudor
08/07/2009 14:46:00
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arry is a bigger joker than him that has just landed at chelski, come on arry, bellers has only just signed do you honestly think we would sell him to you to make your bunch of yids stronger you can have dunne and gelson and a pick of the few others but im sorry my old wonky face mucka bellers is staying with us we need his 12-15 golas next season
mark.mcfc.wedged
08/07/2009 14:56:00
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Bellamy is a divisive character and didn't make City any better after his arrival. In my opinion, he made you worse because he interfered with Robinho. Robinho's dry spell happened after Bellamy's arrival and ended when Bellamy was lost to injury. You don't need him.
Samboney
08/07/2009 15:00:00
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I hope you's keep the scummy we ****e. Wouldnt want him anywhere near our great club. Would take Robinho like!!!
spursbhoy
08/07/2009 15:11:00
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obviously 'Arry does , spursbhoy. I on the other hand say that he can still do a job for us if he can stay fit.
Buzz Lightyear
08/07/2009 15:19:00
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bellamy is very similar to tevez although a little injury prone. Hughes likes strong characters in the dressing room and it makes sense to keep him. Bojinov is still unproven and caicedo still has a lot to learn.
eighthsin
08/07/2009 15:38:00
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Going nowhere! Made a great impact after signing for us last season, until the old injuries kicked in. Definately has a part to play!
oliverblue
08/07/2009 16:43:00
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I totally agree with oliverblue. He has the knack of scoring goals out of nothing and I believe he is excellent as a squad player, injuries notwithstanding
Wswilly3
08/07/2009 18:47:00
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